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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1907

!.-' 0 ?z .r' ,4 V 1 U I i'K POINTS OUT WASTE EXPERT SEES FAULT IN MOD IRN HOU1EKEEPINQ. Wemen ef Chicago arc Satd to Spend an Enormeua Amount Needleeely Old'Fashloned Methods Got the Beet Reeulte. THE LATEST IN TOWELS. Recently There Hae Been Change In Styles. Dletlnct Chlcaco housekeepers wasto nearly 1100,000,000 every year. The exact Bffures, taken from commercial reports aai the percentages of waste calcu lated by domestic science experts, how that $193,140,000 Is lost annually by careless buying, unscientific cook ing and other domestic extravagances. The School of Domestic Science anms up the causes under several heads. Among these the half-dozen following are selected by the Chicago Tribune as the most prominent: 1. Buying provisions by order and telephone Instead of seeing them. 2. Buying prepared foods. 3. Buying fruits and vegetables out f season. 4. Taking goods as offered by deal era Instead of insisting on quantities, brands and cuts wanted. I. Loss on delght, wrapping...

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. — 8 February 1907

The Principal's Sun day EVWlh Talk. Dklivkhed In The Chapel to thic Students January " 27, 1907. T am going to speak to tonight for a few minutes concerning a subject that is not now to you, People, as rule, take two views of work. One is tho old view; tho other is the new view. Tho old view considers work as something placed in the world ;is a curse, as a punishment for people; and then in connection with that same idea, people for merly regarded work as being something placed hero for the purpose of enabling one to earn n living. Both of these views are short sighted. There is scarcely a pig in Alabama that is not able to earn its own living. A human being who is only able to do this, is not very much be yond ' a pig. The new view changes this view of labor. Persons have learned by exper ience to regard -work ns a priv elege, as something that is placed here for tho highest benefit of liumai) beings, and I want to night, i t possible, for a few minutes, to help you to accept that ...

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. — 15 February 1907

The Muskogee Cimeter. Voll jlluslogee, I. T.f Friday, Fgbruapg, 15, 1907. jVo 20 Abraham Lincoln. To the people of the Great West, tu.e ideal man In politics and public life Ih the hero- president of the Union during the trying times of our Civil War. Lincoln Is the typical American. Ho worshipped at the shrine of liberty. His book was conscience. JHIb creed was justice. Ills text was truth. His speech was honor. His prayer was for the public good. His music was the Dattle Hymn of the Republic, and from his bene diction the sweet incense of charltyj perfumes the century and the world. God was his ministering angel, and he a willing oubjeet. In all the years of civilization his name will be a beacon to all lovers of liberty and government by the people. Ho believed In law, and license to do wrong was chief among his hates. He believed In liberty, and gave a life in proof of his belief. He believed in justice and strict constructionists were ever making accusation because he loaned to...

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. — 15 February 1907

fcfSbffSfSi ELECTROTYPES In ffrt TftHnby for xnle at the lowMt price by I A.K.MLUMJUBEbl,Ari(llC0..78T.Adm.Sl.,tklt. R EiHOIWII WiiHlilneton, 1). V. UOOeSSfUliV Pronanutiia Clnlma. Lata Principal Examiner U. S. Pension Bureau, EFIMCE Cold Water Starch Makes laundry work a pleasure. 20 oz. plcir. 10a W. N. U., MUSKOGEE, NO. 7, 1907. Sheer white goods, In fact, nny fln ' wash goods wlien new, owe much pf their attractiveness to the way they are laundered, this being done in a manner to enhance their textile beau ty. Homo laundering would bo equal ly satisfactory If proper attention wai given to starching, the first essential being good Starch, which has sufficient strength to stiffen, without thickening the goods. Try Defiance Starch and you will bo pleasantly surprised at the Improved appearance of your work. Pot Health in Your Hot Bread Put health in the good things made from flour: let the sun shine through them; make them light, sweet, wholesome and digestible by using Kf BAKING W...

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. — 15 February 1907

JSL. fa i hS fc eK te. v- t. " U i- L-r? ? . V. TACTLESS BRITISH OFFICIAL il flfllft $$& Sir James Alexander Swottenhnm, K. C, M. G., captain general and governon-in-chlef of Ja maica, who becamo famous In a day through his order to Admiral Davis requesting him to with draw his forces and warships from Kingston,, is 01 years old. Ho is a son of J. O. Swettenham of Helper lodge, Derby. He has been in tho British colonial service 40 years. After being graduated at Cambridge in 18G8, ho entered the "civil s&. oo." He became secre tary, governor and comma idk i-ln-chief of Ceylon, Singapore, Straits Settlemen, British Guinea, and othor far away dependencies. In 1901 ho was knighted for faithful service and sent to Jamaica. Here aro some of tho things he has done: Disappointed Kingston citizen when ho was married two years ago by leaving band stands and crowded streets and riding around tho outskirts to tho church. Allowed only six persons to witness tho wedding. Went to a county...

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. — 15 February 1907

inJmU&HEO EVERY WEEk' IN'-JME-, INTER' ,TV OF THE NEflRO BY, CI ME TERJFUB. CO (C V' NTEREO ED AT THE.P06T OFFICE At MUS ,1 7., AS SECOND CLASS MjK)L MAT KOGEE TEK W H. TWINR .... Editor. E D. NtCKENS, Advertising Manager. 4 For Governor of lite Sttif c of Ok lahoma, Hon. John 1. llcuediH, of Muskogiv, I. T. CX)UNTY OFFK7KS Created by flu; Constitutional Con volition. Thks following ofTlceB have boon created by the convention: County judge. Dist.rlot court clerk. Gouty auditor. Sheriff. Treasurer. Assessor. Coroner. County surveyor. t Register of deeds. Superlntondynfof public instruc-j'e don. Threo county commissioners. Tho duties of the county auditor i will bo the same as county clerk. The office or register of deeds will i tho mine as county recorder. The nalary of the sheriff will bo about $3,000 per year. The superintend ent of schools will receive about JL',00. Cherokee Republican. The spring- election is near at , nominate a decent man and the hand. The Republicans have ...

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. — 15 February 1907

mc , j. f POWEB OF THE COLORED VOTE Will the-controversy aroused by tho president's discharge in dlshon-' or of the three colored troops con nected with tho Brownsville dlstur bancs have any political influence over the masses of the negro voters of the country? This Is a question of Eomo Importance for tho Repub lican party. It is assumed that nearly all the negroes who vote at all cast their ballots fpr Republican candidates. In many Northern and Middle Vo3torn states the negrots hold the balance of power in ordi nary elections. In 1900 this was tho number of male negroes of oiiug t ge in theHc Republican states: Cdinectlcut 4,507 Lvlaware 8,37 1 Illinois .-.29,76'J tadlana 1S.1S0 New Joi soy 21 , . i New York 31,4 2f Ohio .... ." 31,23d Pennsylvania 31.GSS West Virginia 1 4,7SG Trc swing of this mass of negro voters over to the Democratic side in thes-2 e ate., which have all been carried by tho Republicans in recent times, might turn the scale In all or them. Even in the tidal w...

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. — 15 February 1907

- -3 C Muskogee Cimeler. W. M. tHIKI, Klttw KtTIKOGEB, IND. TKft. A Comparison of Wealth. The London Express is unhappy bo causo of Its discovery that tho annual lnereaso in tho total wealth of tho United States is something liko ton times tho lnereaso in tho wealth of Groat Britain. From a British point of vlow this may bo lamontable, but from no point of viow can It bo re garded as surprising. Wo havo about twice tho population of that country, and thoro Is a noticeablo difference In tho matter of area. Our natural re sources in ovory dopartmemont of productlvo indsutry far oxcecd thoso of Great Britain. Ilor land values, whilo not absolutely fixed, ma'y bo held to havo reached tho limit of nor-, mal oxpansion, yhilo in our caso a varioty of influences such as railway dovelopmont, trolley lino extension, irrigation, nnd an ever increasing de mand for tho products of tho soil, bring idlo land under profitable cultl vatlon, and so glvo it valuo, and give a greater vnluo to lands alr...

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. — 15 February 1907

I f . ' c: - f mttHSM if f A J fc HOME-MADE COW STANCHION. Direction for Their Construction Are Easily Made. P. G. Somplo, a Canadian farmer, furnishes Farm and Fireside with his plan of making cow stanchion. He says ho has used both chains and the old stationary stanchion, but has come to consider his plan superior to either of them. The flguro at the right in 19 Plan of Making Cow Stanchion. the illustration shows tho stanchion closed. Tho one on tho left represents tho stanchion as it appears when open. Working Diagram of Cow Stanchion. The two sides are made of hard wood four feet long, one and a quar ter inches thick and two and a half Inches wide. Tho end pieces are of hardwood, and aro ono foot long and three and a quarter Inches square. They aro mortised to receive tho side pieces, is shown in the sketch at bot tom of illustration. Tho sides aro fixed to tho ends with bolts, which being looso enough so it is movable. When the side falls as shown on tho figure on the right-ha...

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. — 15 February 1907

Abraham Lincoln. Continued from first page.) "forward shall be, free; and that the "Executive Government of the Unit cd States, Including the military "and naval authorities thereof, will "recognize and maintain the freedom "of said persons. ' And I hereby enjoin upon the "people ho dcelnrod to bo free to ab stain from all violence uiiIceb in "iioc".oary self defense; and 1 rcc "ommend to them, in all cases when "allowed, they labor' faithfully for "reasonable wanes, " And 1 further declare and mako "known that such persons of suita "bie coudltlon will bo received into "the annod s-orviec of the United "Slates to garrison forts, positions, "stations, and other places, and to "man vessels of all sorts in said service. " And upon ihld act, slnoaiely bc ". level to bo mi 'ict of justice, war ranted by thu Constitution upon "m lltnry necessity, J luVnkc the con siderate Judgment o mankind and "the gracious favor of Aim ghty "(5o-l. AUIIAIJAM LINCOLN." The grandest Inaugural address of j...

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. — 22 February 1907

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 8 JLuaogGG, I. T., Friday, February, 22, 1907. jVo 21 K LIE PASSED II V DELEGATES Hnskoll ami Baker, Followed by Pa per Weights and Ink Stands. Guthrie, Okln., Fob. 16. Tho He was passed between Delegates Baker and Haskell and a personal encoun ter between the two members en livened the proceedings of the con stitutional convention this morning. In a debate over the adoption of Pie railroad committee's report Bak er accused Mr. Haskell of being a railroad representative. "You are a contemptible liar, ' shouted Haskell. "You are a liar too," retorted Baker. At this point Haskell picked up a. heavy paper weight and hurled it at Baker, who dodged and replied with an ink stand. Instantly there was tin uproar on the tloor .ind in the galleries and it was necessary for the sergeant at arms and assistants to interfero and restore order. Times-Democrat. It looks like Baker was trying to fix Haskell (with ink) so ho would have to ride In a Jim Crow car. If the ink w...

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. — 22 February 1907

SETTLES AN IMPORTANT CASE. Attorney General Decides Title to Valunblo Territory OH Lands. Muskogeo, I. T. Tho nllotment contcsb cnse of Kerr vs. Schncll, a Cherokcs cnao ovor tho possession of valuable oil lands near Bartlos ills, has been decided by tho at torney grnoral of tho United States In favor ol tho contooteo. Tho de cision Is an important one, involv ing the question au to whethor ac tual possession or assertion of right) to public domain gives a better claim. Tho caso has been beforo the department for four years, tho department reversing Itself In Its decision and tho attention of tho prosldont of the United States bav ins; once been called to tho contest. Tho commission first rendored a decision In favor of tho contestce. An appoal was taken to tho com jnlsslonor of Indian affairs, who re jrersod tho ruling of tho commission. An appeal was thon takon ta tho department, and on Juno 9,1906, it affirmed tho decision of tho eonimla ionor of Indian affairs. A motion to revlo...

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. — 22 February 1907

vr PROVE EVERY CLAIM Or. Williams' Pink Plllt a Specific For Anaemia and a Safe Family Medicine. When the body becomes run down, Jtaer m a result of overwork, worry r a severe illness, an examination of Ike blood would show it to be weak aid watery. This condition is called aaacmic, which is the medical term tor "bloodless." Tho common symp toms are paleness of the lips, gums and cheeks, shortness of breath and palpitation of the heart after , tho lightest exertion, dull eyes and loss f appetite. Mr. Louis L. Clark, a painter, of 19 Lincoln Place, Plainflcld, N. J., says: "Last May I was obliged to undergo an operation for appendicitis and while the operation in itself was suc cessful, I did not recover my strength and health. I was confined to my bed for over a month and was under tho doctor's care. When I was able to let up my legs wero'so weak and un steady that I could only walk with a cane with difficulty. I was getting no bettor and could not think of going back to work. I was...

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. — 22 February 1907

- - - y O. . Jl j--W fi. '. uvVwl'JAai ju,fc.v'..r Lr.cAA.., "-n-jrfyTT -(rt 7t- - -.' - ,ft"ir (;.iy--. WTT?STSJ?T?SSS??S!pS!? a f w 'it. . St 'in IK.imm . , --,- -- . I'f-IP IOlrUi'tPI3Je fa Korf4Jedi and the "country wimatc at heart? andUhnw!Utftatei. ti?TaW. .irn.w hear from' titm Wthrt' fcitui-W. Th 131 imum rcrdw iir-riJ lu'vu 2ua - . .. W M. TWINE - . . E D. NICKFNS, Advertkini Mmafer. lffLoWfMyy?WSf, world YWWUrei' that ridbleyiiUlo wow -..! - .it r . ... mnn hla tifitn tihi iifa u)tnrf 1 1nV4 teh"' T"8SEC0NOci-88 mail mat to hlm'ln hts dark days. The-no ' : t Kroc8 of'KansaB 'and oi. the unidri DJI. Nvlll -not forgot his' kindness to our " " . KWIIVT. For Got ci nor of the State of Ok lahointt, Hon. John I). IScncdlct, of Muskogee, I. T. Lot ua have ponce. Tho Republican party , locally, niunt lot bygones bo bygones If they expert to win in tho olty campaign. people when friend -And foe tool willing to 'do him 'honok. Burton Is the- oho United States and skin hfm hand and 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. — 22 February 1907

E. E. BROWN GETS $2,500 JOB. Mayo 'Jolut' F. Fitzgerald of Boston Democrat, Appoint Colored Law yer un Assistant Health Commln (doncr Best Sateridd Position Colored Man Has Erer Been Ap- pointed to hi Massachusetts. son street, Oklahoma City, O. T. ship eighteo n (18") north, range The appointment of Edward Ev erett Brown, a woll known colored lawyer,'' to Ihe position of assistant health commissioner, with a salary of $2,f00 a year, was yesterday ap proved by Mayor Fitzgerald. The mayor slates that this is the first appointment ,of a colored man to a position or large resposlbllltles ever made by a city administration In Boston. Mr. Brown was born In Dover, N. II., where he attended the Dover high school. He studied law with Hon. John II. White. After remov ing to Boston ho studied law in the ofllee of Governor Gaston and at Bostn University Law school. He his been practicing at the bar for i'A years. He Is a member of the firm of Wolff & Brown, formerly "W. Walker, Wolff &...

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. — 22 February 1907

Muskogee Gmeter. W. . VW1RS, SU KtTfKOOBS, IND. TIB. a ajc ;' - - in ,. ,u 'i.h . -.lu Congo Reform. Prospects are encouraging for a re form of the outrageous abuses In tho administration of affairs in tho Congo Independent Stat. The natives in that vast equatorial region have been treated with an incredible inhumanity. They hare been forced to labor for tho companies that deal in rubber; cannibals haro been employed as guards orer the rubber gatherers; lit tle children hare been bound out to labor for long t"rms of years; tho ad ministration of justice has been so bad that the name of the placo whore the chief courts sit is regarded ad n werd of 111 omen. Men, womon and children hare been mutilated and beaten and otherwise maltreated. The Congo Independent State is con trolled at present by tho king of tho Belgians. In 1889 tho king made a will bequeathing to Belgium his rights In the country and in 1890 Belgium made an agreement by which it se cured power to annex the territory al...

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. — 22 February 1907

? fy JL . DON'T DESPAIR. Read the Experience of a Minnesota Woman and Take Heart. If your back achoa, and you fool lick, languid, weak and miserable day after day don't Bfe -worry. Doan's Kid- Sa aey Pills havo cured CT thousands of women bKa In tho samo condition. mk Mrs. Hclman V Stillwater, Md says: "But for Doan's M Kidney Pills I would Lfl not bo living now. They cured me in eBsW 1899 and Pre been rell ulnce. I used to have such pain in my back that once I fainted. The kidney secretions were much disor dered, and I was so far gono that I wai thought to bo at death's door. Since Doan's Kidney Pills cured mo I feel as if I had been pulled back from the tomb." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. roster-MllburnCo.Buffalo, N. Y. A good housekeeper keeps her ket tles and her tamper from bolllnR over. Some men blaBse tkelr wlrea every time It ralni. Hn. Wlnslow's Soothing Srnp. For children tecthlnj, lofleni tbcgurai, reduces la. flmmtlon, allays pain, curat m lad collo. 23c 4 bottle...

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. — 22 February 1907

'(i'oojj Influcuco of Women." Ily L. Elizabeth I'cnluu. N'aturo hns endowed- 'every Indi vidual with a dugreo of personality. Fortune hns provided onvironmantu of auch n nature that material aid can bo obtained In cultivating thlu personality to the extent that each individual may bo a tfjurec or lielp- lIllllOB.!. Oiic'h porBonallty i determined 1j the Influonco exerted upon mankind Some- soul Is being saved or lost each day, becuuKC of the life of koiUc one oIho. It Ih no uncommon exproHBlon to hoar one say, "A woman It at. tin root of all evil." This statement might bo proven Into, should wo stop to consider woman from the begin nlng, but It Is our Idea to consider tbo woman af the day and what will be accomplished by h r good Intlu onc Lot us start In th, homo whore the fouml'it.iou for womanhood and manhood 1?. to be laid. Ono writer hns said, "A child' s training should bogin twenty years brforo the child Is born." ir thl has not boon dono, thnn It. Is fli more Important that ...

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. — 1 March 1907

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vlo 8 ,lusliogGQ, I. P., Friday, ,lai,eh, j, 1907. jVo 22 TILIiMAX AXD DOUGLAS, "d d if the do and d-d if thoy ,JrKIit01' of IM,ounix don't;" that if they incorporate -the STAM) O.N SAME PLATFORM clnuao lho )rcsidont wJ11 wUhhold T.lman, a Democratic Senator, in liR proclamation, and if they leave Ills Speech at llliiton Theater, Muskogee, Oct. JO, 100G, Said He Endorsed MOUGIiAS PLATFORM Political Plutform of C. 11. DOUGLAS, Editor of Muskogco Phoenix ..Clipped from Phoenix of Septem ber 2S, 1906. The resolutions were written by C. D. Douglas, himself. We, -the members of the Repub lican Press Association of the Third C01iKrcHslon.il District, deelaro as follows: Whoroas, there is an apparent mis understanding existing among the voters of the district as to the posi tion of the party on the so-called race question, and Whereas, the Republican party has DISCHARGED its OULIGATIOXS to the NEGRO In that it gives him full civil .rights, equal with every other citiz...

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. — 1 March 1907

WHEN SERVING EGGS SOME NEW METHODS OF COOK ING WORTH TRYING. Departurcn from Old Styles That Will Bo Appreciated by the Family or Guects Eggs a la Goldcnrod. Eggo a la Suisse. Four eggs, ono hnir cup crojun, ono tablespoon butter, two tablespoons grated checso, salt, popper, cayenne. Heat a small ome let pau, put in butter and when melt ed add cream. Slip In the eggs ono at a time, sprinkle with salt, popper, and a few grains of cayenne. When whites are nearly ilrm sprlnlclo with cheese. Finish cooking and servo on buttered toast. Strain cream ovor the toast. Eggs a la Buckingham. Mako live slices milk toast and arrango on plat tor. Uso reclpo for scrambled eggs, having tho eggs slightly underdone. Pour oggs over toast, sprinklo with four tablespoons grated mild cheese. Put in oven to melt cheese and finish cooking, eggs. Egga a la Finnolse. Ilavo ready a shallow pan two-thirds full of boiling saltod water, allowing one-half table opoon salt to ond quart of water. Put two or thrco b...

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