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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 August 1904

. n t' ... W ask that ont fl!eales !n omgr eo that the Latlmor good roads bill la amended by adding- the words "and territories" after the worJ ' utatM thendn, so thnt tho appropriation for good roads may be extended to tho tcrrl TorJea as well as the states. Wo recommend that the, rural mall carriers be put on an equal basis with tho mounted city carrion. Wo extend our sympathy to the elll reus of the stato oc Colorado, who have been unlawfully deported therefrom, be lieving that tho precedent set by the re publican administration of that stato In tho matter of such deportation of men without the right of trial or hearing, I.i fraught with tho greatest danger to the liberties of the people of this country: and we unsparingly condemn tho policy of deporting American citizens from a date on a charge of alleged crimes com mitted by them, without tho right of n. trial by jury as unprecedented, uncon stitutional anu un-American. AVhllo It is an established fact of long standing that the...

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. — 4 August 1904

. .. i imrii(U4iinwiiii sm'Jv''1'1 """"'" t .Mit. jrf- ran Tt ( Kf ,U, ifc-i&'aaii u- - h M f Homo. -7 whether In the Arctic Clrcl Or on India's coral strands, Wliore tho winds nro perfume laden And warm waves caress tlio sands, whether eastward, whetlior westward, When the daylight fudes to gloom, Where a baby rutin to meet you, And to kiss you, that lb homo. "Whero a haby runs to meet you That Is all there Is In life; All there Ih at all worth winning. Worth the slaving and the strife; 'J wo woe dimpled arms stretched to yoJ, Two expeotunt oyos that wait; It Ih homo for you whet over There's u bahy at the gale. II Ih home sweet home forever, Where Up lilts of laughter run Of u touslo-hoaded babv, "Sitting playing: in th(j sun; It Is homo whcio ovory night lime As tho evening shadows creep A woo nlghlroheri (lguro whispers: "isow J lay mo down to s'eop." --Houston Tost. EJWtwiri,V5-wtJ3 TUNNEL NUMBER SIX iiy icimjkni: c. dkimjy Copyright, 1817, by The Bhortstory Pub. Co. (All r...

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. — 4 August 1904

. POPULISTS MEET TERRITORIAL CONVENTION OKLAHOMA CITY AT NAME H. E. STRAUGHEH FOR CONGRESS control the great Colorado striks as un justifiable mul a disgrace to the civil Ir.atton of tho twentieth century. t .shows the tendency of militarism undet; lepubllcan rule with nil its tyranny. Wo aio opposed to largo armies and navies. They are a great oxponse are u burden to tho people, nudcndnngcr froo aovern mont. Wo noliove that to deal Justly with nations nnd Individuals Is (ho surest way to secure their respect, and that tho safety and perpetuity of our nation must ever depend upon tho Intelligence, virtuo and patriotism of our citizens. i Wo Javor tho initiative and refer endum, the selection of United States senators by direct vole. We favor gov-" eminent ownership of public Institutions. Wo favor such load laws as will utillzo criminal labor on tho public highways. 8. We condemn tho present school land board for its harsh, unjust and oppres sive administration of tho school land ot...

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. — 4 August 1904

$ 3 kk I ' -t ft . MATTHEWS IS THE NOMINEE Oklahoma Democrats Select Senator Frank Matthews of Greer County as Their Candidate for Delegate to Congress Sunnlor Frank Matthews of Oreo county was, by unanimous vote, declared the nominee of tiic Oklahoma democrats for elegto io congress. The convention had been balloting all night. At the announcement of the result of the nineteenth ballot Mathews had 2(S votes lacking SO votes of enough to nominate, and 155 votes ahead of Jones, his nearest opponent. Upon the oonunencement of the twentieth ballot roll call, Dunn of Oklahoma couiUy moved to make the nomination of Matthews uiwmimous. The motion passed with a yell that sounded as if every delegate in the convention had icsponcHKiwitli ins heartiest "nyc". The chairman declared Mr. Matthews the nominee after which the convention adjourned at:20 Wednesday morning. OKLAHOMA CITY: At 10 o'clock .dn nnv nt ii. .tm,,, . ... j --- "-J "v.n.Duuuun u.v;ciJU 111 Tuesday morning, th0 20th, Mose An-...

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. — 4 August 1904

p LOCAL HAPPENINGS. L, A. Bell, Past Gr. Master of Masons is in the city on business Prof. Leftwich, president of Baptist College, is in the city ar ranging school matters and drumming up the faithful. And now Ardmore is asking ing for the Muskogee Union Ry. All the towns want connection with Great Muskogee. On Tuesday night, two mail sacks were cut open at the depot and two registered packages stolen, no olew to the thieves. Mr. Hark Phillips of Ttxas is in the city prospfeting and if so well pleased that he will purchase a farm near by and locate among us. The colored band boys are furnishing music for the picnic at Corretta this week. Our boys deserve the patronage of the publio, When your teeth need attention go to Fisher fc White Carolina Building they are the best den tists in the city and give kind and courteou8jtreatmerti to all. The City will have pipes for bas laid within a short time as the mannager of the Muskogee Ice & Power Co. has been ordered to spend $60,000 in ...

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. — 4 August 1904

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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. — 4 August 1904

'STam- !. - LAST TRAVELING COURT Marshal Bennett Now Making Prepar ations for Moving MUSKOGEE: air. Bennett, United States marshal, Is naw making plans for a traveling court, which probably will be in operation in September. This will be the last of the traveling courts, it requires a marshal, three or four deputies, a United States com missioner, a largo clerical force and a complete and oxtensivo camping outfit to compose a traveling court. Thus cquippod, the marshal goes to those portions of his district remote from n place of trial in case of ar rest, where there has been report of criino and criminals have not been arrested. The traveling court has been a feature of Indian Territory jus party of th'om to the district jail, notorious criminals ip the history of the country have been ensnared in its dragnet. When a criminal is caught ho is tried on the spot by the commission er. If he can prove his innocence it. saves the cost of talcing him to trial in a court town, saves time a...

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. — 4 August 1904

, asufcisk-'" f ? fl V at Muskogee Union Railway. To nnd from Ft. Smith and Wag-oner and (ho Kansas and Cherokee Oil Fields, via Coretta and Missouri Pacific Ry. Lv. Miibkogce 9:30 a. m. and 8:5 p. m. Ar. Ft. Smith 12:55 p. m. and 11 :45 p. m. Lv. Fr. Smith 4:00 a, m. and 3:15 p. in. Ar. Muskogee 7:31 a. in. nd 7:35 p, m. Lv. .M us kopec. 0:25 a. m. and 0:20 p. m, Ar. Wagoner. . 7:10 a. m. and 8:10 p. m. Lv. Wagoner . 9:55 a. m. and 9-17 p. cri. Lv. Muskogee. 10:40 a. m. and 2:17 p. m. For time ot trains beyond wagoner see Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain time fables. A. k. Payinghaurf, Traffic Eanager. THE MACEO HOUSF The Maceo House No. 431 N. 3rd .Dt. 'Phis large Lodging and Rooming house has 10 large airy uoms newly furnished No pains or cost has ben sparod in fitting this houye in the latest style. Your comfort my first consider ation. My rates are reasonable. .1. M SMITH, Prop. A S McRea Attorw:y-at-Law hhOnk soa Sli mint Mii.ldifu'. ROOM 11 Muskone, I ml, Tor Usiv Kioiiardson'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. — 11 August 1904

The MUSK0066 GilM tt it i-l Vol 5. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday August U, 1904- Number 44 ST. JOHN'S GRAND - LODGK STILL LIVES. Word's Masonic Congress at St. Louis Settles Dispute of terri tory Jurisdiction. Clractcr Spo. I A In company with Grand Maeter J. C. Johnson, W. H. Twine Jr., and others, we left Muskogee on the World's Fair Special, Mon day morning, for St, Louis. Ar riving here at 6 p. m.yGwe began to look up the Indian Territory contingent. we found Masons from over the World here in at tendance' to the Masonic Con gress. The war of Jurisdiction in the B. I. T. took up more time of the Congress than any other sin gle subject. Every man was hard at work from the day of ar rival until the close of congress; Frank Reed worked in his pecu liar way, Past Gr. Masters Fitz patrick and Bell were untiring in their efforts, Past G. S. Wiggins and G. M. Johnson were always hot on the trail of the enemy, Mc3eth had been in camp some days and was not idle, and the old man wa...

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. — 11 August 1904

It ' Muskogee Ci meter. W. H. TWINE, KdlUr. MUSKOGEE, . . IND. TER. NEW STATE NEWS Hotf Is now in the midst of a big rev-Sthl. Hev. Crouch of Bristol, Tonn., Is conducting the services. Prague has this season shipped about fifteen cur loads of potatoes, bringing into the section nearly $5, 000. The farmers' Insilute meeting an nounced for Chandler August !Uh and 10th has been Indefinitely postponed on account of the busy season. The rains of last week have great ly benefited the cotton crop in both territories. At soinu points the crop would have been a failure but for the showers. l'ryor Crook has raised a $2.r.,00 bonus for the Oklahoma & Cherokee Central ra 1 1 road. Tho Western Negro Press associ ation met in Guthrie. The member Jrilp comprises all negro newspaer men west of the Mississippi. The Oklahoma millers met at El Keno last week. The question of bet ter seed wheat was discussed. Dr. J. C. Rushyhead has been ap pointed a pension examining surgeon at Clareinore. The po...

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. — 11 August 1904

riw(m,w m .. i,m ' 4! taw Against Fttbll. bn the statute book of Scotland is still an act passed In 142ty, ordering that "na man play at futeball," be causa it is "esteemed to bo unprofit able sport for the common gudo of the real me and defence thereof." There is also a statute against alien immigration, passed in 1428, and au thorizing "all his majesty's good sub jects" to "take, apprehend, imprison .and execute to death tho said Egip tians (Gypsies), either men or women." . Department of Agriculture. While it is universally admitted that the administration of the Department of Agriculture is probably the most affective in the world, it is interesting to note that this service costs the na tion far less than that of other coun tries. A German paper states that Russia expends annually for this pur pose as much as the United States and France, Austria and Hungary about $8,500,000 each, while America spends but $6,000,000. Prizes for All Kinds of Cats. Prizes wero offered at an Engli...

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. — 11 August 1904

yiwa.Mi!iw rwiii vi wmwngji jt j imimmmmmmmimnite:z THE CIMETER, Published every week in the in terest rt the Negro by the Cimfeter Publishing Co. Kn tared at tho Post Office at MtiHkogee I ,T. iih Hccond clttHH mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION; (In advance) One Year S1-00 Bix MootliH Thno Months ' wTTl". TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Afls't Editor and Manager. .I.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. F QUALLS, Manager, Printing Dept Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. And now tho Santo Fe id com irwr into OiftHt Muskoiree, All i !- .. - ., railroads lead to the metropolis. Tno street car company is get ting busy and in a short time there will be something doing in that line. The editor is In 8t, Louis this week attending the Musoniu con gress and hence the editorial col umn may not bo as full as usual. The contract for that $40,000 opera house has been lot, this ib in keeping with the town. Wo are not growing but h...

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. — 11 August 1904

ORDERED TO QUIT TCAMSTERS WILL NOT DELIVER ICE TO BUTCHERS PICKETS' APPOINTEO TO WATCH BOYCOTT BENEFITS FROM ENLISTMENT Little Change in the Situation at Chi cago About Fifty Per Cent of the Regular Work Being Done Packer Are Hiring New Men CHICAGO: The threatened spread of the stock yards strike to outside industries came Wednesday when tin order was issuefl by the teamsters' tin ion forbidding drivers of ice wa gons to make any deliveries to retail butchers who, since the packing house teamsters went on strike have been hauling meat from the yards in their own wagons. As the refrigerators in most markets do not hold enough ice to last longer than forty-eight hours, the order to cut off the supply of ice. if it can be enforced, means that persons in Chicago will be compelled to forego fresh meit. Officers of the teamster's union have appointed pick ets to watch retail markets all over Chicago, with instructions to see that the boycott is carried ou. Outside of the decision of the s...

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. — 11 August 1904

y m 6 M 1! 22 1 aiM Ifoi r It '? Hi ! i f & U 3llw M lj--lj0fif B flfc MAN FROM ALASKA lly LOUIS WKHLVN .JONF.S Copyright, 1S!'8. by Tho BtiorUtor l'ul. Co. (All rlaliU reacned.) I LW HWwwW"WWf Poor little Monsieur Francois! Jie loaned against the short count or In tho front part of his Iktlo restaurant am! allowed hl.s tearful gaze to wan der out Into tho street over the holled crnbs, Juicy beefsteak and wine, bot tles which adorned his show window. One thing was certain, he thought to lilinsolf that , If he would continue as proprietor of the "Louis d'Or French Hating House," assuredly something must he done Immediately toward im proving business. But what could ho do without capital with which to back his operations? Mechanically lie opened the cash drawer and peeped In. What he saw couldn't hae of lered much encouragement, for he closed It (itilckly, and, with a deep sigh, once more gazed out Into tho street. After all, he thought, what was the use of longer continuing the e...

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. — 11 August 1904

ft LABGQd miUSWY I Don't Borrow Trouble. Ooi'M borrow trouble; It comes of Itself. Or If It does not, sill the better fur you. I ho on re of to-morrow let's lay on the Mielf. For Wuiy'i an unly nnd potulnnt .shrew. T'on'i borrow trouble; the debt must be lUlitt. Ami. oh, but the payment Is licnr'neho a int wreck. After :,!!, when the en ids have been .' bullied ii rid played, Four nees. you'll Iltttl. weie nllowed to your dock. Don't borrow (rouble; the care of to-day ! easy to ineel and ousv to rout; It's only the tiouble from' over the way That leaves us the victims of terror and doubt. It's as easy to sav "To-morrow 'twill shine." As u ino.inltiKly mutter, "I'm r.ure It will rain." It's as easy to smile as to weep and ie pln And the former, you'll find, Is an Infin ite nln. l"ion' t borrow trouble. We worrv nnd fret. Then find In the end that wo'e worried for naught. Wo build mighty hills In our pathway to set. Then find the obstruction was child of our thought. You'll Mm! on icl...

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. — 11 August 1904

- ? ' tt gFfTIT" OPERATORS QUIT KA7Y TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE TOR INCREASED WAGES FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY MEN GO OUT Llne in Oklahoma, Indian Territory and North Texas are Included Will Interfere With Train Service for Some Day ST. LOUIS: In i espouse to u ntrilto ordor Issuod by the' chief of the Or der of. Railway Telegraphers, with headquarters hero. Ifio telegraphers employed hy the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railway syHtein Ktojipcd work Monday. The strike affects Iho main line and branches. The action of the men is the result of demands that were made several months ago, and which have been the cause of frequent conlerences between the officials of the road and the tele graphers' union. The men asked tor nn Increase in wages and certain other concessions. The matter was first in the hands or a special committee of telegraph ers, representing the union, then il was referred to the president of the telegraphers' organization and last March the men took a voto upon the question of a ...

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. — 11 August 1904

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. (From the Comet.) The little two year old child of Mr, Green Sherman died last Sacurday and was burried Sun day. Rev. R, Curry of Sherman, Texas, spent a few days in our city this week He left Wednes day for S,juth McAliater. Prof, In man E. Page, Preei dent of th Langston university lectured at the opera house Mon day evening, Aug. 1st to a small audience. Mr. Johnson, an old gentleman who lives near the Old Creek Livery Barn, is quite ill and de sires to have his fiiends come around to see him. Rev. Soth Neal of Guthrie, O. T., was on the streets recently. The Rev. is Grand Mentor of the Knights of Tabor and is on his farand round for the year. Alias Minnie Keller who has been visiting friends in Kansas l'or the past three months has re turned to home and friends. She reports having enjoyed a pleas ant trip. Prof. J. E. Johnson of Talle hassee mission is frequently seen on our streets The Prof, is very buy making ready for the open ing of his school in good shape...

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. — 11 August 1904

, mmmM-4mmmmimmW iWwwi'.' 4 o)efoi The Masquerade. Masked flaneurs In tliu iliuieo of life, Wo inovo sedately . . . wearily to ROtlior, Afraid lo hIioiv n hIrii of Inward strife, Wo hold our matin In tctlior. V ilanco with pnitid mid hiiiIIIiik lips. With frank appealing eyes, with shy bands clliiKliif. Wo Hliir. and few will fjticstlon If there Klips k A sob into our singing.' . lOnoh lias a certain stop to loam, Our prisoned feel movo staidly In sol IMICPH. And to and fro wo pass, since llfo 1 stern, Patiently, with masked faces. Vet some there, aro who will not dunce. .1 hey Hit apart inosl sorrowful and snlonidd, 1,VtL i1,!1 .h,: .vwl t,JP " " I" a trance, Until llio Duneo Is ended. Olive Custunce. Malay Superstitions. Yoti can scarcely ever et your . money from a Malay on Friday, be cause they believe that it' they pay (heir creditors on a Friday they will )o overtaken by penury. Malays never shave or cut their nails on Sat urday or Tuesday, because these aro unlucky days, and ...

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. — 11 August 1904

AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. An Ohio Fruit Raiser, 78 Years Old, Cured of a Terrible Caso After Ten year of Suffering. . . , N . (- , Sidney Justus, fruit dealer of Mentor, o h I o , writes: "I was cured by Doau's Kidney Pills of a severe caso of kidney trouble, of eitfht or ton UA years' standing. vJiV 1 suffered tho most s o v o r o backache u u d other pains In tho region of the kid neys. These wore especially severe when stooplnc to lift anything and often 1 could hardly straighten my hack. Tho aching was bad in tho day time, but just as bad at night, and I was always lame in the morn luf. I was bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the leet. Tho urinary passages were painful and the secretions were dis colored and so free that often I had to riso at night, f felt tired all day. Half a box served to relievo me. and three boxes effected a permanent cure." A TRIAL 1-TIEE Address Foster Mllhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price GOc. "Jobbery" In British ...

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. — 11 August 1904

mMmMuwtMMmMMLlMBJJfayilBHfT&lt h w, OUT IN CALIFORNIA The Triennial Conclave of Knights Templar will be held in the early Fall. Thousands are going. Its a good time. There is no doubt but that all good Amer icans desire to see the Golden States sometime. Here is an opportunity. Is there anythfng to prevent your taking advantage of the exceptionally low rates an nounced for this occasion? Tickets on Sale Aug 15" to Sept J0 Rates from "our homo town on request. SCO. H .LEE, G. P. A T. A. Little Rock, Ark. J. S. McNALlY, D. P. A Oklahoma City. FAD FOR BARVA8 POTTERY. Oddly Constructed Utensils That Art In Current Demand. In the Island of Lewis, so well known to all readers of William Black's romance, is the little village of Barvas, where two old women car ry on a rude pottery, for many yeara unknown to any but their neighbors. These, the only potters in the Scot tish Highlands, have made their coarse ware for village use and nfust have been poorly paid, since the peo ple are' badl...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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