Muskogee Daily Phoenix (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 12, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 4, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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A O L'. * i-oOgc No. ti -Meet* every Fit i
end T*<irrt Hedorxlky evenmji in each
month J. a. aCAHl'lT. M. W..
W H. ABN > f. Recorder
A New Midland Valliy Train.
On Sunday, July 24th, the K huh a
City Southern In connection wltl
the ArkanHUH Western Railroad, en
tabllahed au extra train between Kt
Bnillli and Waldron Ark., which wll
run on achedule aa follows:
, . Kort Bmltk .. .
6 : 4 ft . .
, .Coal Ore®k.
..Pit n am a
. , Poteau
. .Heavener ....
, . VViilili mi ....
Our train No. 2*. which leave
Hartford nt 1:110 p. m. and Green
wood at 8:80 p. m., will connoc
with Lhla name train.
F. M RICHARDSON. O. P. A.
m 1)1.ANI' VALLIiY KAILKOAU
No. itf. No. 81.
H;tKi a. in. Muskogee (1). I:r 0 p. iii.
H:ti0 a. in 4:00 p. uj.
M: II.! Ill IviiMMell 3:30 |>. hi
10 0 It. Ill r 'rum 14:R ! •
iimki .i. in McMurry— 1:50 p.m.
l:i Op. in Htiglrr 1:80 p.m.
l:lll p. in S«n Foit 12:30 a. ill.
JJ:¥0 p. ui • . KnoU 11:60 a. iu.
lioktulie (2). . 11:00 a. iu.
Hryan—Tliat' tho apple of my eye, junt at the present
:i:M) I. III.
4:3 p iu.
7:4C a. in.
8:20 i u\.
ti,3tt .i. iii.
u:10 t. hi
'anauiK (11).. tf:20 . m.
No 20. Arrive
.... I'ltnuuiit 0:20 a. m.
WilliatuH 8:40 a. in.
Hack t>(4). ... 7:i." a. in.
.... Kxoelaior.... 7:20 a. ni.
....Oreonwood (B) 4:4li p. ui.
10:5.1 a. m Kxoelilor 4:f > p. ni.
11:20 a. iu Vluntieal (ti).. 4:00 p. iu.
11: id .. Midland 3:35 p. m.
l?:2fi Hartford (7).. 1:00 p. in.
k libit p. iu lloye 2:06 p. m.
I. Wit i VI,, K. it,T. Ity, Ht. L A 8
|i' K K a 1 MiMkogei- Union K. K-
•i Willi I-1. S. & W. R. R., leaving
I t. hniiti it 0:40 a. in, arriving at
It,,i(. mi i 0:Yi, tor Muskogee and inter-
media1" ■ ..tin's.
:t WiihK.C. S. Ry
4 nn 0 Wit Ml. L A M. K Ry.
Icm k |<' .i Smitb at 8:16 ti. m. for
M .i, ti,. t| I,. Mi- R >ch nnd Memphis.
5. S- I ., I. \l. A N. Ry, leaving Kurt
(Siniill a' 0:IU a in.
7 r. Iv. l. A 1' Ry.
All train# .iri mixed service ami run
tiailt xcci' Sunday.
K. vl. RICHARDSON.
General Paaecnger Vgent.
>l. K. A! T.
Ni.. 2 P:30 p. iu.
N. . I 7:16 ■ in.
No. ti. I-1)"i- 4'Vi p. in.
N 8. K.I'iSp i.tl 11:20 a. hi.
Noted Kentucky Editor *nd Lady the
Queata of Judge Parkar.
Kaopim. N. V.. 8 p'. H Henry VVat-
trrion, th« Kentucky editor and ora-
tor. came to Roaemount Friday with
Mr*. Wiitti-iHoti and dlarunaed with
JudKH Park'T crt -In detail* of the
Democrat!*' ^anipulgn from tht? point
of view of one who has parti. i|«ie<l
actively In seven political conflict*.
The conference lusted some time, and
the editor and his wlf r -inaltv n to
luncheon, retur'iliiK to New York 111
th« afternoon Mr. Wntteraon spoke
hnpefullv ef tlie prospec.tH foi Oenio-
cnitlc min «hji thin fall hut npreed with
niimy other old and experienced lend-
er*, that It was yet too emly to make
hii Intelligent forernst. "I have cori-
fldencn In the leports from all parti
of the country that the Democratic
party Is thoroughly Ur.l'cid," he mild.
"Tho party will poll Ita uormul vote.
; :c> a. m.
1:40 p. in.
7 :W) .1. Ill
H'-^ai'dlnK his iilina for the cam-
pnlirn he said:
"My labors will he eonfln'-j to my
Own particular Mppe.-he«. und I shall
extend my energry to do a* much for
Judije Parker ;is I ean I have no*
he tn on the stump since 18i*2 I said
at that time I wo'ild not attend an-
oth r national convention or a*.iin ro
on the stump [ was In seven consec-
utive conventions, nnd I feel that I
have done my part. I whs a^ked to
make an address to the Democratic
editors, who ore to in' et In New York,
and T have accepted. Of course It Is
probable that I may talk acme politics
at that time. I have found 1 can talk
best about current topics. The morn-
Inn p.ipera Rive me plenty of subject
matter as a rule. On this occasion 1
have derided to speak from the sub-
ject. "If I Were a Republican." My
talk will not be a discussion of the is-
sues to any great extent. It will coma
nearer to being the philosophy of pol-
Itlclnns. based on the present conflict.
If I were a Republican now I would
vote for Parker, and In my address
I will tell you why I would vote for
Mr. Watterson had never before met
Judge Parker. thoiiRti Judge Parker
knows Mr. Wlitterson. In 1880 Judge
Parker listened to th-> Kentucky editor
when he made a vehement denuncia-
tion of the New York delegation at
the Democratic national convei.tlon nt
Cincinnati Judge Painter said after-
wards that Colonel Watteraon had ex-
pressed the views he would liked to
deliver to the delegation.
Colonel Watterson and his family
will sail for Kurope- Nov, 16, and will
spend the winter In Rome.
We M-ldom fear •
danger that we can not
see Tlie dai'y r of
lieing ruiw'.oyi n by a
horse is a very reai
one to everylx-ily, the
(lander oi bei.iit mur-
dered by a microti'
does not trouble us
And yet the minute mi-
crobe is more dangerous
than the wildest hor
The only people who can
afford not to fear tl.e mi-
crobes of diseise are thosi
who keep their Mood pur-
and rich. These are prm:
tically immune from th<
attacks of moat microbes.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical I'iacov
ery purifies and enriches the bloo'i, and
gives the body a vigorous vitality. It
cures scrofula, eczema, boils. ->imples
and other eruptive diseases wluch are
caused by impure blood.
M I had been tumbled f r al? ut four year* with
ecrciiia. or a s) in di*« a« e. which at ltm«*s
almost unbrar le as it wonhl il< !i «■*.' wntes
Mi John Laris jn. of 11s Powhat an St !>aPas.
Texan "I concluded to trv I)r. Pitrct. \ (iolden
Mcdical Discovery, and after usiuc livevb« t!ler-
found that I wait entirely cured. Please accept
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med-
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
as good " for diseases of the blood.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-
stipation and ita consequences.
Lkft—Hit-utiii* 11.-10 evrry Ural ano thlro
l oe-dayt. of tucli ui' nih in the File A
Itowncj l.undmg. WM Owbm. K. K
THKo UUL1CC.«* 'y
, A It —MeiU a«coud Tuea.la; ot eucr
^ • UK*iiiu at 7:30 p. 11. In I u. U. K. hall
K W. (jKlnHOM, f. O.
k. 1. GILMORK, Ad).
Canlou H agotici No. 4 I. O. O. K , meetnevery
second aud fourth Wednnday night* iu 1. O
O. P Hall All visiting chevalieri are cordial
ly invited to attend.
G. ti. alkxasdeb. Capt
b Durham , Clerk.
1 'Allf fcNlKtis UXU.N-MIKU ever) Satur-
^ day eveniug l 0 p. 111 in W. c. T U., hall.
s. sihwakt, frealdcut.
C. J lloni e , Rec. -tertian
U KATKKNAI. OKUKK OK EAGLES. M
1 .Ogre Aerie No 537. Meet* every 6r t,
second and third lucad«>s.H p. m.. at I. O, O
HEKHEKT HILLS W. S
pkATKRNALAIO AS-.OC1ATI <N COUNCIL
4 No 697 meet* every l-riday evening at 7:30
in tfedmeu'* Hall. All viaiting member* are
c. rdially invited to atte d thrsc meeting*.
A. Al. Brock. Pre*.
tick t acklkr. Sec y
Address Mis* Sue Kackler,
No, -oj Corner C. aud Kaat Bd'wy,
'THE L1LAH LINDSHY >. L-SKOGKF. HIVE-
* Meet* every firat aud third Wednesday af-
ternoon at Odd Fellows Hall.
Muskogee Chapter No. 3. U, A. M , meets
m atated convocations on ffrst Thursdays
St 7:3" p. 111, 'I he annual convocation 1* first
Thurdav of December. Visiting compan-
ions cordially welcomed Jas A ^cott HP
Z T Walronu. Sec 1
lisKin.EE lAIUtiK NO A. F. A A. M
— Aleeln iu stated communications at
::;joou second Fii.ia) evening.-, oI each month
And 011 the festival days of st John the Baptist
and St. John the Evangelist. Anuuai commuui-
cations second riday 01 Juue.
W. s. Bjrkn. W M.
E. 0. Grieskl, Secretary
but this will tie true also of the Re-
publican party. This y >ar. as in for-
mer years, the Independent vote will
ho the declalv.< pl nTMit. and It appears
to me that the trend of this vote Is
toward .Tudv^ P-^rWAr "
Fairbanks Says He Seeks to Serve Well
All the People.
Kansas Cltv. Sept 3. Senator Fair-
hanks formally opened the Republican
campaign In Missouri Friday nlprht
The ceremony took place In Convention
hall, nnd that Immense building was
tilled In lionor of the occasion. The
event was rendered memorable by the
presence not only of the Republican
onndldiite. fc\j- vice ©resident but bv
th« presence of many Missouri Kepun-
llcan leaders. Including the candidates
for most of the state offices.
The d;iy was d -voted largely to a
visit to Kansas Cltv, Kan., where Sen-
ator Fairbanks made a brief address.
For 11 n hour or more In the afternoon
he stood In the parlor of the Midland
hotel and sheik hands with citizen
who presented th"mselves, among them
being many former residents of Indl
Senator Fairbanks spoke in high
terms of President Roosi-velt saying
that nmong all the splendid men who
| hnd occupi d the high office of presi
! df'tit no:ie hTd manifested a higher pur-
| pos than Theodore Roosevelt to serve
I all the people of the entlro country.
Did 'Not Charge the President With
Being a Fraud
I New York. Sept. T -An Investigation
' by th As^orl.ited Press discloses the
' fact that a number of serious errors
!■ were made In Its report of former Sen-
' ator P P Hill's speech at Deposit. N.
Y.. on Thursday. Aug. 25. It seems
I that a reporter of a local Democratic
1 paper, upon whom the Associated Press
depended for a report, failed to attend
| the m?eting, but Instead, he Invented
a speech for Senator Hill which con-
tained several statements wholly mis-
representing the senator's views, and
quite at variance with his utterances.
Among the phrases he inserted as *
p;irt of the speech was one to the ef-
fect that Senator Ht.i had charged
President Roosevelt with being a
"fraud." Senator Hill suld nothing of
the kind. This correction Is mad':
without the knowledge of Mr. Hill or
any of his friends. bu in the interest
of accuracy for the Associated Press
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
'I'YHOUItAPHIOAL UNION —Meets flr8l
1 Surdity afternoon in «*ncli inoi.lhatK<d
Mens' hall. H R. Wolpbnhkrger. President.
M. E DttMINU, MXreiaik.
a STRKA CHAPTER NO. 14. O. E. S —Regu
** lar meetings on second Wednesdays of
each month at at 7:30 pm. Annual meeting
second -Vedncsday iu May. Visiting member*
Mis. ,-<arah Pope, W. M
Mrss Anna H. Dodson, Sec'y.
Stone Missotis' International Union
No. 3. uaeetH in Ked Man's ball every
H RENNsFIELD, President.
MIKK 8TEPCHECH, Secretary.
•N THE COURTS
In the Mayor's Cfurt of the City of
Muskogee, Indian Territory,
Western district. W. W. Mom-
yer, Acting Mayor
J. S. Dodson, Plaintiff,
James F. Carver, Defendant.
The defendant, James F. Carver,
is warned to appear in this court
within thirty days and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff.
W. W. MOMYER,
August 12, 1904.
In the United States Court for the
Western District of the Indian
Territory, sitting at Muskogee,
I. T., 'October term.
Rose Luster, and Andrew
Roland Bankhead, defendant.
The defendant, Roland Bankhead,
is hereby warned to appear in this
court within thirty days, and answer
the complaint of the complainants,
Rose Luster and Andrew Luster.
Witness the Honorable C. W. Ray-
mond, Judge of said court, and the
seal thereof, at Muskogee, Indian
Territory, this 26th day of August,
(Seal.) R. p. HARRISON,
By CHAS. T. RUNYAN, Deputy.
McRea & Price, Attorneys for
S. W. Isaac, attorney for non-resi-
First published in Muskogee Phoe-
nix August 27, 1904.
In the United States court, for the
Western district of the Indian
Territory, sitting at Muskogee,
Nellie Lee, Plaintiff,
Robert E. Lee, Defendant.
The defendant Robet E. Lee, is
hereby warned to appear in this
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERI-
CA—Camp 1714. Meeting night
every Tuesday night in Red Men's
SS: Merr,m."h^t„S.erh0m°' ""I"" U"W
! the complaint of the plaintiff, Nellie
MUSKOGEE COUNCIL No 2, R. & S.
M. meets in stated assemblies on
first Thursday of each month at 7:30
p. m., and after the Chapter has
closed Annual Assembly meets first
Thursday in December.
Ira B. Kirkland, T. I. M.
Z. T. Walrond, Recorder.
Witness the Hon. C. W. Raymond,
Judge of said court and the seal
thereof, at Muskogee, Indian Terri-
tory, this the 26th day of August, A.
R. P. HARRISON, Clerk.
MUSKOGEE COMMANDRY No. 1,1 By CHAS. T. RUNYAN, Deputy.
K. T Stated Conclaves first Wed-; Zevely & Givens, Attorneys for
nesdays at 7:30 p. m. Annual in' niiimiff
December. Visiting f raters cour-
teously welcomed. | W. P. Rampendahl, attorney for
Napoloon B. Maxey, Commander, non-resident defendant.
Z. T. Walrond, Recoraer. | Pirst published in Muskogee Phoe-
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN nlx August 30, 1904.
- M eets each Wednesday sleep in __
Red Men's hall, third story of court
house. B. R. DuBois. Sachem. \
M. E. Deming, C. of R.
Johnson Billiard Hall to enjoy
yourself at a quiet game of billiards.
WOODMANS CIRCLE — Muskogee i
Grove No. 5—Meets on every sec-1
ond Tuesday afternon at 3 o'clock!
and every fourth Tuesday evening at j
8 o'clock in each month at *W. C. T. j
Kate Barling, Guardian.!
Sallie E. Robison, Clerk.
Visiting members cordially invited. |
Muskogee Encampment No. 7j
meets every first and third Saturday
in Masonic Hall at 8:30.
J. H. GORDAN, C. P.
W. B. DURHAM, Scribe.
The New Short Line from
POINTS to ST. LOUIS
EAST MEMPHIS AND
TEXAS, MEXICO AND
No . W ,, K ...
N . fwa Wm I* i. 1.36 p. in.
Arrive. l cpa '.
n .1 m0 a. iu. f>:50 h u.
N,, ;; 11:35 p. til. 9:45 p
N . ,i K . 11.35 a. m. 11:40*. ui.
N .7 ' I 12:45 a. in, l'J 'iO a. m.
N \\i' , 7:35 a. ni.
No. 531, \V.i> Kt.. .5:35 p. m.
N> P'— il iily, a. tu,
N...5W v\ > Kt.) 7;l0
tilt I V \l'l-(ll t-Ml . \
N . tM I'm-, inly.. 0:15 p. ni.
N . .. . > W \ I-1. i 3-35 p. ni.
dn N c .-Mm, \
N . I 'i w 'i ids Fair (Special, N
7 M, :n not run until Sunday,
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2000 ACRES FOR SALE
We offer over 2,000 acres of Creek lands for sale, which has
been well bought and carefully selected. Abstract of title with
— each tract.
Daylight service through the Scenic
portions of the
AND THE OZARKS
Muskogee Rebecca Lodge No. 12
meets every second and fourth Satur-
day in Masonic Hall at 8:30.
MRS. R. F. RUSSELL, N. G.
MISS PEARL BREWER, V. G.
Muskogee Lodge No. 25 meets
every Tuesday night in Masonic Hall
W. H. BROWN, N. G.
R. B. RAMSEY, V. G.
w . W. IIOLMKS. Agent.
No. C.3 . . .
10:40 a. m.
>lo. 67, act
ommodatton. .3:22 p. in.
" " ' 1
<0 :.s, luiommodation. . 11:06 p.tu.
No. 54 . .
7:80 p. m.
till. K. 61 UNION RAILWAY
in Kt. Binttb, Wagoner and
tin- K 1
l herukee oil lieltin via
t.\ 1 ti M
uri Pacific A lnm Moun-
v * 1
P; t ' ,
12:55 p. in.
11:4T> p. ni.
, M liekogee,
7 31 a. iu.
, 7:35 p. m.
7:10 a m
7 40 p in
10:4«> a m.
U: 17 p. iu.
nolia beyond Wagoner
citic A Iron Mountain
A. R. PKVINUHAU8.
South half of northwest quarter and lots 5 and
ti of •action 3, township 19 north, range 17 enat.
Lot 5 has 20 37 acre*. Lot 0 has 20.00 acrcs.
Good pratrio land. Witt in half mile of Inola.
Price, #12.00 an at re.
North half of southwest quarter of section 14.
township 13 nottli, rantfe lt> ea6t. 80 acres A No.
1 prairie 0 miles from Bo>nt<iu. In good diitriut
of prairie. Price, $14.00 per acre.
East half of southwest quarter and northwest
quarter of southwest quarter of section 32. town-
ship 19, range 7 east. Iu Creek nation t? milea
Irom ^ ale, Oklahoma. A snap. Price, $15.00 an
acre, including lease on 200 acres adjoining.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter and
lot 7 of section 22 and northeast quarter of north-
west quarter and lot S of section 27, township 10,
tarigc 18 east. Lot 7 has 19 25 acres Lot 3 has
10.S2 acre* river bottom laml with good timber
on land. Prio , #1000.
East half of norfhwett quarter and lot 2 of sec-
tion 30, township '8 ninth, range 18 east. Lm 2
has 3953 acrea. This farm A No. 1 prairie 4
miles from Wagoner. Price, $10.00 an acre.
Southwest qu irt«r of section 24. township 18
north, range IS -'ast. ItSO acres 3 miles noittiM t
of Wagoner. 80 acres very good prairie. 80
actes Kligliti> r <ilnt>:. i'rice, $14.00 au ai re.
East half of north west quarter and southeast
quarter of northeast of section 16 township 13,
range 16 north. Ttiree and a half iniles from
Boynton. All level prairie. Price, $15.00 an acre.
West half of southeast quarter and northeast
quarter of southeast quarter of section 2, town-
ship 12 north range 17 east. Two miles from
Oktaha. Ot en timber land, second boHnm.
Price, #,2.00 an acre.
West haif of aouibeast quarter and northeast
quarter of southeast quarter of section 16, town-
ship 14 north, range 15 east. Five miles from
Boyton. Pecan Creek bottom. Sparsely timbered.
Price, $15.00 an acre.
South half of southeast quarter and northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of section 35, town-
ship 15 north, range 13 east. Ten miles northeast
of Okmulgee. Good prairie in good district.
Price #15.00 an acre.
South half o northeast quarter of section 30,
township 19 north, range 18 east. Rolling prairie
tbr -« aud a half miles from Mazie. Price, $13.50
South half of northwest quarter of section 15
and west half of southeast quarter of section 15,
township 19 north, range 18 east. A No. 1 prairie
land 1 mile from Maaie. Price, $U .00 au acre.
K. O. T. M. Sequoyah Lodge No.
12 meets every Wednesday night in
W. C. T. U. Hall. Visiting members
are always welcome.
J. M. STOUT, Com.
E. H. WILSON, R. K.
AT THE CHURCHES
RRACll HPISCOPAL CHUKCI1— S. Fourth
St. Regular servicesevery Suudny atna.m.
nnd 8 p. m. ^ nday School io a. m
itV.A. R. PKKRY. Rfcctor.
i 'Al iliil.lt' III) (Cll—Morning servioe at
7o'clur.k .InU 10 o'clock. I< v.-nlng eervicc
Kathkk Jos. Van IIiti.sk.
l^lttsr I.HK1STIAN I'HUROH—Bible school
1 aiMilIn in. every Lord's day, Commun-
ion an I pri-.-ichliig a'l 11 forenoon and 7:30
in the eveiotw o< every Lord's day.
< hrl-iiian Kndeavor servl !e« ai 6:jo every
In ai I ihe «rvicea all are cordially invited,
J. II. CRUTCHKR. Pastor.
l.^iK-l l'Kf -ll> I'KKIa.N—Sunday -chool 11:
1 111 o'clock a in. Moruing service at 11;
events service .it 7: i; Y. P. 8 C. K. H- SO i
i>raye> .neeling Wwlne-iday evening at 7.at),;
Ladies' Missionary the ia.n Krldav in each '
month ' KV .) K Thompson, Pastor 1
TIME OF TRAINS
MUSKOGEE. IMP. TER.
Frisco linn; Table.
Central Division N? uskogee [ District.
In effect Wednesday, July 1, 1903, at
* No. 51, west bound. Leaves at 12:50
* No. 53, west bound. Leaveeat 10:20
* No. 52, east bound. Leaves at ^:30
* No. 54, east bound. Arrives at 6:15
No. 57, local west. Leaves at 3:50
No. 58, local from west. Arrives at
12:50 p. m.
No. 55, local from east. Arrives at
3:40 p. m.
Local trains 55, 5* "7 a-' i, daily
Extra passenger rain ".dded west,
leaves 10:20 a. •> P-*>irns 6:15 and
3:30 p. m.
H. E. HARKRIDER, Acei t
THE IOWA LAND AND TRUST CO.
Successors to BELL BROS. & CO.
Suite 404-405. Iowa Building MUSKOGEE. INDIAN TERRITORY.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Security and
Improved Farms. Private
money always ready. No
Offiice, English Block.
W. H. BATEMAN,
MUSKOGEE, IND. TER.
To all recognized
EAST AND WEST.
Inquire of any Midland Ticket Agent
for information regarding rates, sched-
ulea. Pullman reservations, etc., or write
Gen'l Passenger, Agt.,
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