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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

') im f" Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, June 2, 1904- Number 34 GimeterT " H H H . Jk I fi t i . ' Vol .5., r j r .1 V V f COLORED CtflZENS RESOLUTE Meet And Denounce The As sault offone of Their. Own Kacf Upon a White Worn -in. And Plepgfl THioir Best Efforts lo As biKt In tttringinp lh Biule i Speedy Justice. Luat Tuesday morning the coloieu Tpcsday weoole ofi Wagoner met' ai tho law of- tiyc of Hinublo Carrington, Main street lo disiusstthe hoincous erim perpetra ted the day before MPn a whito wo .nun hy a momfier of their own raee in the ticinityof Wagoner, n D. G. Mitehell was Elected as cliaii iu:tn and Humble Carrington as'secfo mry, and inlroducod the following reso lution wh'eh were unanimous1 y adopted: Whereas, It hm bcen'reoontly re .portcd that a very heineoiis crime hus ben committed in the neighborhood of our beloved city, Wagoner, by some member of our raee on an individual of the other ruoe,' the white race, be That we, as the pood col ored citizens of Wagone...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

Ki h i 1" Muskogee Ci meter. DOCTORS' DUTIES AT PANAMA W. . TWINS, Mlto MUSK0OE1, . . IND. TBR. TERRITORIAL NOTES. Clinton In about ono of tho first towiin to ndvortluo a. Fourth of July coltibralion. 3 The Guthrio pollco "got busy" ono ,-ijiiiKui mst wook mui nrrostcil to notjro women atrcct walkcni. Tho Rock Inland and Katy roads cannot iigrco on a nlto for a union " depot nl South McAloslcr, nnd nsi a roHult ouch road will build ono of Its own. 0 In tho Uhltoil SLalbo court at South McAluHtor hint wook Albort Scott, charged 'with murder, was given a llfo Hcntonco. r Tho O. C. PotloiiKor. Vholcsalo Drug company of Shawnoo has gone Into tho hands of a rocolvor. ' C. Porter Johnson of Oklahoma City delivered tho address at tho-graduating exercises at Wontworth Military acadoiny at Lexington, Mo., last week. From tho fourteenth of April to tho alxleenth of May forty-flvo rural routes wore established In Oklahoma, F. M. Darst, formerly n reporter on the Atlanta Constitution, attempted...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

9 EVERY MAN TO HI3 JOB And 'Captain Howell Was to Do the Drinking for the Company "Every "man tofclBJob" was the hiottojj ot Captain'1 fivan P. Howell o Atlanta Gn.?; when vo was Editor of thofCanstftutton'itaaid, a Washington newspaper writer, who did his early work on that journal. "I will never forget the calldown the captain gave mo one day when I had shown up considerably the worse for a three days' Indian fighting expedition. IIo called me Into his den and read tho riot act to mo in this way: '"Been on another bat, eh? Now, boy, I, just want o say to you tliat this Joint is run on systematic prin ciples. There is a job for every man, and every man must stick to his job. Bill Hemphill does the praying, Henry Grady the scheming and, by gad, sir, I do tho drinking for the whole out fit. I am not ready to turn this job over to you or any other memb6r"of tho force. If you can't leg it around town hero ancVwrlte your stuff with: out drinking then you had best throw up your job 'befo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

THE CTMETER Published every week in tho in terest rf, the Negro by the (Jimtter Publishing Co, W. H. TWINE --- - Editor. II. WOOD, Ass't Editor nnd Manager. .I.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor, Entered at the Post Office at Muakogee I.T. as second class mail matter. 8UB9CRIPITON; cjiMiywr $1.00 Six .Months. . . j 50 Throe Months 2 bunch of thru for five and hand ed them out. The Negrp picked up a cigar and threw down a dol lar, saying that he did not want any change as a silver dollar was the smsillest piece of money he would carry. Boy n ton Ne.ws. ff the above it true it shows alf the d n phools are not dead yet huf, that one will be as dead as Hector when he gets rid of his money which will be iu six months at the present rate of ex penditures. LOOK AND READ CAREFULLY. 'ThiB is a positivo warning No pa pers will be Bent to any one In obt to thin nunnr until naid un. Take notico and pay up or you will bo deprived of J the, groat religious weeiciy. ino ro eross means your time is out. The...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

V . Additional Editorial r2 Sopor's "little red school house, " and lol . Douglas' in vitation to the niggers f the 'territory to j ii in the councils of the Republican party, (ire sus picious co-incidence. Maybe the doughty cnlunele have mo tives other than education of poor, ignorant democrats, in ad vocating the "little red 3chool house on tie hill" Dronosition. and inviting the niggers to help out the Republican party with their advice and vote. Henry -etta Sentinel (Reproduced in the Muskogee Democrat.) The above is the sentiment of the two Democratic newspapers touching our people. Now, how can a Negro support, a party those cusses represent, - The peace and harmony be tween the Negro and the white man of this country should not be destroyed but should remain sacred : and every effort should be made by the peace loving, self respecting Negro to throw the mantle of charity around the blating fool, who has more cheek than brain. The spirit of dis crimination should not exists in...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

i'wfm "' 1" i? "" V Xfttoody over criticises the punctu ation in a love letter. Haley's No? 3Chill fTonIc liguar nnteoi'by cverydealer. Sold every irhtra. f Ono of tho worst features about my food looks is my countenance. K7 m BBBflsV UU" UIALUUUI. OmJTIU WnY itht) fOR 0M tiOW bttOwmti IV.U SWltb KANSAS CITY HAY PRE5S CO 457 MILL ST KANSA5 ClT MO ,rfw,T Si pBpr Success With Alfalfa. Provloua to flvo years ngo most o tho attempts to grow alfalfa In Illl nola and neighboring states had re suited In failures, but since that tlmo thcro have been many successes, and oso succossos have led many far jners to ombark qulto heavily In tht Jporhaps tho successful growing of this depends on tho proper Inoculation of ino son with tho bactorla that makes . tho nodulo In which is gathored tho nltrogon from tho air to bo changed Into a form' that ran later bo used ,by tho rootlots of the plants for food. 4Tho Bending out by the Illinois ex porlment station of largo quantities 'of' Inoculated soil h...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

1 "V tSgf'Wflrjfiww ljp-jjjr-iJT" 1 hK s m&ffi? k v ej3d V INvepsjnL Diplomatic 1 Courtier Duke Alhrecht hats put his two uncles to the rack. Jester Ah, another case of strained relations. Princeton Tiger. Each Snout Is a Handle. -To obviate ihis difficulty many a hostess provides both In sufficient quantity to meet the wants of her guests, necessitating the use of two pots and two stands. Why not dis pense with this trouble and utilize the combination tea and coffee pot which has recently been designed by a Pennsylvania invontor? As tho il lustration shows, It is capable of pour, lng a cup of either bevorago on a moment's notice, and that, too, with out burning tho hand by contact with either spoilt handle. As will bo seen, the two spouts, which also servo 'as handles for the pot, -tire surrounded by colls of wire, which prevent the hand from .grasping tho heated metal when reversing-the pot to pour a cup of drink from the spout that has pre-" viously been used as the handle. T...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 June 1904

DON'T 00 IN PRINT SHOP. JContinuod from Firnt pnge liuan State execurivo committee. Mr. McNeil interviewed Mr. Rick otUund vvih informed that Presi dent ltooseveli had given inHtrue. lionstlmt Negroes should in no cave ho discriminated against on account of color, and that Mr. Martin would have to work right where he whs. When Martin re turned to the side of the Negro, the foreman oame within hearing of Hib men and remarked that the Negro was as good as any of them, and if any of them, and if anybody tiid not like the fnuition! ho could leave. There was, Baid j the foreman, a supply of renigna- J Hon blanks always on hand in his' desk. The Nngrotja of the de partment are immensely pleaded ovof the outcome of the afiair. Colo. Statesmen Land! Land! Land! IJakgains: Lot 100 x Uij in the resident district, 8500.00. A lot; 50 x 140, near oil wc-1 $400.00. A fractional lot for 8250.00. A house and lot for S5G0.00, Call orvrito W, H. Twine. j Notice to Home Seekers.. If: you want to buy a...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

fr!' WW. m mm , Muskogee, Jndian Territory, Thursday, June 9, 1904- Number 35 Vol 5. POLITICS OF THE TERRITORY An Estimate of The Classes of People Making Up The Pop- lation Favorable to a Republican State. . .nf..1 -MfiAr1 -f 4-Via MimVkAr rtf cilizenn of African decent of ihe Semi- commission Panama Caoal Labor. The impor'ant question of the oro of labor that shall be employed in the building of the Panama Canal may havo to be settled by Congress. Gen eral Davis takes the position that, the immigration laws of Panama and not of the United States will govern in the Panama ion, and that if necessary the will be able to emoloy nolo nation was kept, but it must be ful ly l,f000. The Dawes Commission shows that in the Choctaw nation there are 2,1)83 frccdmen whoso application for enrollment have been appro v ed, and 1,G82 who'e applications are undeterm in d; in the Cherokee nation, 2,749 ap plications approved and 437 undeterm ined; ond in tho Creek na ion, 4,954 ap plications approve...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

W! .0 ' ' f ' Of tho old Cherolcoo council for tho year 18G7, there nroj only thTeonow living, Roach Young, of rthof HOna'to; Stephen Tehee- and Danlpl Ilcdbird, of tho lower liutiHO. Tho refit 'liavu$nll naHHGri to their happy litiiitlnjr iroiinds. f ' . No Spoony Buaincas x For ChlllH, Malaria and IIIHIoiihiiuhs Cheathnin'H Laxative Tablets are cer tainly very fine. No bad effects an with quinine. Then I hey aro ho con venient, can carry thorn In pocket um I'nd HPpoi 1h licccHHary Thoy aro an idfealomedy. ' , $ J ? 1 - OEO. .-WESTJAKB, 2Rc per box. Sycamore, Ark A sucuHHful man roottf whl'o his iinHUcceysful brother utandu around ,1.111! Hqueulf. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local uilvattnti, ns tlmy einnot rentli tins i!l. cnrrii iinrilun of t!i rnr. '1 lirMnmly one wiv to c urn tpofni'H, niul Hint In by uiiMlttitlnnnl miieillw. DrnfiK'CM h I'nimcil hj mi fnlliiincil ouilltlnii of Hid iiiiiloiih IIiiIiik ot tho ruttucliliiii TiiIk. Wliru tlitt tnlii) In inflniiipil you Inn o n rit...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

An Unpopular Precedent An Ohio ofHciiil lias resigned be cause ho says lio linn not the neces sary educational qualification to fill tho position. This precedent will not bo followed as often as it should. .Portland (Ore.) Telegram. They Arc All Pleased "By experience 1 havo found your Hunt's Lightning Oil to be u great pain and sprain rollover. I am very much pleased with it." O. C. COOK, ITallettsvillo, Tex. 2c and fOe bottles. unices of -er now hat is to talk Ihrougji JL, as a rule. Forgive your enemy. Then he will not forgive himself. " Dealers sivS' that as soon as a cus tomer Dies Defiance Starch It is im possible to soil them any other cold water starch. It can be used cold or loilcd. fflf Shin Tortured D I ID us i n 'of Tired Holers rPm In Warm Baths with Mjiicura And gentle anointings with CUTICURA Ointment, the great Skin Cure, and purest and sweetest of emollients. It means instant relief and refreshing sleep for tor tured, disfigured, itching, and burning babies, and res...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

THE CIMETER Published every week in the in- I.T. us second class until matter. ord for the party since thy are put liiero by kepublican votes. turost rf the Negro by the Mayor Rutherford and one little Cimster Publishing Co. j Democratic councilman should n0k i.ecoivo the credit for all good Hnccred at (ho Post Office at Muskogee iil!nfyci ,.,llQlwl rnhni.. tnm low, Rutherford is a smooth poli-' tician, and if our fellows blindly, give him too much prestigo, he will he an obstruction in the way in the near future, better clip his wings now, 8UI33CRIPITON; One Year . $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Mouths '.25 V. II. 'VINJ3 - - - - Editor. K. WOOD, Asst Editor and Manager. .I.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor, LOOK AND READ CAREFULLY. Thin is a positive warning--No pa pers will bo sunt to any one in debt to thiopapor until paid up. Talco notice and pay up or you will bo deprived of the great religious weekly. The re cross means your timo is out. The city council has passed the electric light franc...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

X " "--f-r-i --a - 77JS WJJVZ) FHOM THE OTEfi SEA Winnow me through with thy :-en, clen breath, Wind with the tang of the sea! Speed through thu closing gates of tho day, Find me nnd fold mo; hnvo thy way And take thy will of me! , Uso my soul aa you used the sky Oray sky of this sullen day! Cleur tho doubt as you sped Its wrack Of storm cloud bringing Its splendor back, Giving It gold for gray! J3rlnp? mo word of the moving ships, Halyard and straining spars; Come to mo clean from tho sea'8 w!d3 v West While the last llghta die In tho yellow breast Under tho first white stars! Batter the closed doors of my heart And not my spirit free! For I stifle hero In this crowded placo, Sick for the tennntless fields of space. Wind with tho tang of tho sea! Arthur Ketchum. J' HUfHH jvyJuUl rMZZ Z4M4TJ& Pretty Lena Winters tripped Into the shoe store oC E. Perkins & Co. and walked directly up to the sour vlsaged proprietor. "O, Mr. Perkins," she said, In her most coaxing tones and mann...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

DEMOCRATS MET TERRITORIAL CONVENTION HELD AT ANADARKO UHlNSRUCTtD DELEGATION TO ST. LOUIS (a) That government and officials are the creatures and yservantB of the people (b) That government cannot bo justly administered, except with a vlov to Hccurlng the liberty, happi ness and prosperity of its people (c) That tho tendency of all just governments should bo for the great est good to tho greatest number, with Injustice to none. (d) That all just governments Be en ro equal rights and equal liberties to all, wherever jurisdiction extends finl (lrt flftr flrwilu aw. ll.u.(u.ii Ham i it .- i J o ivmai r"7 "n,maung a negu.ar oan-. (q) Tat UQ JmJt govornm.ont rcc. dldate for President Must Have; ()gn(CS or granta special privileges Supported Platforms and Candldatea j to any individual, locality or class. of 1896 and 1900 ' Resolved, That, measured by tho ANADARKO: Tho convention of torcsolng tests, wo hold that tho tho territorial democrats was hold in , poniocrntlc platform of 189G did,...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

MPtmn ,. JiiWir&KSWM,' FORCED A STRIKE IN CHICAGO 3,000 MACHINISTS GO OUT ON A STRIKE EMPLOYERS BROUGHT THREAT TO CRISIS Ten-Hour Day Was Inaugurated by Employers to Bring the Strike to a Crisis -The Campaign Inaugurated Some Time Ago CHICAGO: The threo thousand machinists employed by Iho com panies which composo tho metal trades association went on strike as u protest against tho teu-haiir day, und practically all of the 115 shops represented In the association aro closed. No effort will be made to oper ate tho shops for a few days, and then tho force of tho employers will bo centralized at a few plants. The ten-hour day wus Inaugurated by tho employers for tho purpose of bringing the strike to a crisis. Iu a statement sent out by the officers of tho association it is declared that the employers had no intention of return ing to tho ten-hour day, but they wero compelled to take this step to 'com bat tho slow individual strike cam paign which was commenced by tho machinists' uni...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

IPOULTCYI ;vj Fends and Rapt for Duck. Last year was the first season that we ever used a pond In connection with the railing of ducks, and the reeult was so satisfactory that wo will live an account of it for tho benefit of the reauers of your paper. Wo begaa the season with seven Rouen ducks and two drakos for breeding atoek. Back of tho barn there la quite a good sized pond, and, as wo did not need tho water for tho stock, we allowed tho ducks to enjoy It. They spent their days In It and very profit able days they proved. They found all the corn they wanted at a crib near the pond, and all tho caro they re ceived wao that they were brought up to tho duck house near tho houso at -night and wero fed a bran mash each morning. Moro often than not we found seven eggs each morning. We old a good many eggs and raised ovei' 110 ducklings. So much for the utility of a pond for breeding stock. Wo were a little afraid of turtles in the pond, bo kept tho ducklings away from it until Ave or s...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

1 j - ..-' 1 9' LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Tho town of Rontieville ha? si church, eotlon gin tun! post of fice, and oi hut- things coming. There, will bo a big celebration at Checotah on tho 20th. Tho Muskogeo band' will furnish mu bic for tho occasion. Judge Leekly Iris recurnod from a visit to 'vJbicMgo and Eas tern citiei and is again at the old slum) grinding us usual. rhe Odd Fellow cwlcbrato at Muskogee, the 20 ant21. A bijr time expected, as there will bo many visitors in town. They have commenced work on the two story brick block for Wiley Jones. This will be a d m dy when finished. Prof.' Gnpria "f Texas is itf the city, looking out a location for himself "and family. The Prof, is highly pleased with the B. T. T. FAD FOR EARVAS POTTERY. Oddly Conctructcd Utensils That Are In Current Demand. In the Island of Lowis, so well known to all readers of William Bhich's romance, Is tho little village of Harvas, where two old women car ry on u rude pottery, for tunny years & ifirfl TOIV k...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

Muskogee Ci meter. VT. It. TWINK, Kdltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TEtt. i ' i ; NEW STATE NOTKO Aflor July 1st the name, of (he postolllco at Spokogoo will he changed to Dustin. Oklahoma City, according to the as sossor's roluriiH, shows a pciptihitlon or nearly :J3,U00 n gain of 23,000 In four years. Tho olllcors and pursuers of flu negro who eomnillod an assault noai Wagoner have given up the search and havo returned homo. AUornoy General Knox has desig anted Chiekasha as I ho official resi dence of Joseph 'I'. Dick.'rson, thf nowly appointed federal judge for tin Houthern district. Hdmond has heen placed on the Hat of cities of the rirst class having a population or i!,G00. This given Oklahoma county two cities In that class. John Lewis, a Choctaw Indian, died May US'. lie was 105 years old, and up to tho week of his death he could walk or ride the six miles between his cabin and C'aney without any dis comfort. Tho biggest chattel mortgage re corded with the reglMtor of deeds at Law! on I...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

r V ' Ss.' ; fc VALUE OF "BOB WHITE" WMJT -v ThiaBird Is Perhaps the Most Useful of Any on the Farm The orinthologists of tho depart ment of agriculture havo been malting an investigation of the economic val ue of Bob White, as a" 'result of which it is now announced that .that bird la probably, tho nio.st uufl abun dant species on tho lurins. Field ob servations, experiments and examin ations show that it consumes large quantities of weed jced and destroys many of the worst inseci pe3ts ith which fa ruicrs contend lfs and it. does not iujuro grainfruit o'r any other crop. jl( is, ligurod that from "Sop lember! to 'April 30 annually IniVir gjnia'jalpne. tho total consumption of wocM seed by Hob Whites amounts to 57o toils.. Some of the pests which itshabitifaily destroys, the report says, aro 'the Mexican cotton boll .weevil, which damages tlie cotton crop(up wards of $1 '5,006,000 a" ydar, the potn to beetld -which cuts off $10,000000 from the value of the potato crop,tho cotton wo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 June 1904

Hfmtuxvmtr- Mortgagee's Sale. (First Publication in Cimeter June 9, 1904.) Whereas, Minnie Duncan now deceased did by her cer tain mortgage deed with power of sale dated the 27th day of May, 1903, and reccrded in the office of the Clerk of the United States Court and ex officio Recorder in Volume H2, page 377 convey to the Territorial Bank and Trust Company of Muskogee, Indian 'JPerritor j , the following described real estate situate in the City of Muskogee, Western District, In dian Territory, to-wit: Lot number five (5) and the South half of lot four (4) in block number sixty -eight (68) of said city ac cording to offioial plat approved And whereas, it was pro ided in said mortgage that in the event of her failure to pay the note therein described the said mortgagee or its assignee, agent or attorney in fact shall have power to sell the property therein described upon the-conditiom therein specified, And whereas, the note described in said mortgage deed id now past due and the wh...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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