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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 August 1904

""""" r r 'i'in"i irfg ;' . ' TD6 MUSK0Q66 Gillllir . Vol 5. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, August 18, 1904- Number 45 GREAT TERRITORIAL MASS CONVENTION Under the Auspices of the Suffrage League A Success ful Meeting Resulted-A Permanent Organization, There was an inter-territorial I to put up such a fight that he on- Colored Mdsons Met; HelP The Church convention of colored citizans held at the . opera house in this city at which probably three hun dred delegates were in attend anoe. The meeting was called to order at 10:30 by C. J. Jones of Muskogee, .and prayer was of fered by Rev, A. J. Lacy. The chairman addressed the dele aves on the subject of single statehood and declared the ob ject of the meeting to bo for the purpose of memorializing con gress to pass the Hamilton state hood bill, providing for statehood with Oklahoma on terms of equality, and insisting on the rights of franchise for all Ameri can citizens, regardleps of race, color or previous condition ot servitu...

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. — 18 August 1904

vri Muskogee , Cimeter. W. M. TWINS, KJItor. MUSKOGEI, . . IKD. TEA. NEW STATE NEWS Mail service will be established on lite Kuty branch between Guthrie and Ku I li.s. Internal revenue agents seized one hundred and twelve ea3oa of beer nj Aid more last week. Eugene D. Head baa been appoint e; po.st muster at Dustin, vice Geurg W. Beard, deceased. Tliu second annual street fa'r at sterling will be held August 25th to Coloriey Hoy V. Hoffman has been selected as Oklahoma day orator at St. Louis September (5th. , ' Charles Langdon, a fonrteen-ycai old boy living nenr Anadarko, was thrown from his horse while driving cattle and sustained a fracture ol I he skull, from the effects of whicb ho died. Jesse, the ten-year-old son of the IUn W. E. Moore of fioynton, had his right, foot cut off at the ankle by running into a mower. Farmers in tho vicinity of Roberta and Albany, south, of Durant, are complaining that tho boll weevil is ("oing considerable damage to the tot ton. Muskogee papers ...

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. — 18 August 1904

'? letter Than Hatchets "Do you think," queried the old ndy, "the time will ever come when ail nations will get together and bury the hatchet?" . ) "They may bury ho Jiilchet," ire plied the man who had beep reading the war news, "but they will never inter the rapid firing, guns." Chicago News. Oklahoma State Military Institute. A High Gride Prepara tory Military School Under Government Sup ctvUlon. Only mllitnrjr school In both Trrltrlei Uirroui:hnM In ererf thins;' ftlov, backward students lecetTa.speeial attention hUfh itsMSsrd of Kindt and morals; firm and wholasoma discipline) eharietar tnildlae; tombliM with intollnctunl training) army oftlcar, g-rsdeat it Wfit Tofnt. (totalled In war drimrttnaut: reader! etnense. bejrins fir it. 7.'04 I'm- application blank and Illustrated eatalojina addrrM COLONEL .IAMK8 K. IUJ(, Nuperintenrlent, ouiaiiomu city, OKinnnmn. Insist on Getting it. Some" grocers say they don't keep Defiance Starch. This is because they have a stock on hand of oth...

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. — 18 August 1904

iT iV-,r..-.w'-"- -t qr .., ... t m mi' ' mf ' v "''ns'"5' r- , T' T" "mtr-a&iiiy ' " Vr " w 7T -Ttrf--"iiFiifr7,-c-,i'7 "J I. THE CI METER. Published erery week in tne late rest of the Negro by the Cimeter Pnblishiaf Oo. Entered at the Pont Office at Muskogee, I. T., m second oUm mail natter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advaaoe) One Yew .. $1.00 Bix Monthi 60 Three Months 35 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. .I.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. P QUALLS, Manager, Printing Dept Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE R008EVELT, of New York. For Vioe-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. Boys who go out on excursions should be careful not to bring any whiskey back as the detec tive is on tht lookout and will bag you sure. Better let it alone the penalty is too great for the amount ofjpleasure had in drink ing the fluid. The present City Council gave four colored men the position of "Liftum Dungi" and ic seems they afterwards relented and took the job away. G...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 August 1904

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mj P. French, is visiting his wife at Checotah. Go to Fisher & White when you need anything in the dentist line. Mr. Ellis Childers of Wagoner is in the city on business before the Dawes Commission. Misses Lucy' Bean and Laura Day, of Vinita were visiting in Muskogee this week. Rev. Franklin, P. E. of the Guthrie District spent some time tnis week in the city. Misa Townsend and Mrs. "Evan, of Cincinnati, O., are here visit ing Mrs, Escoe. Mrs. L. G. Cobb, our efficient Hair Dresser manicure and mas sage artist is visiting friends at Boley IT. , Trade with our advertisers they deserve your trade and show that they appreciate and are wil ling to help race enterprises Bjy a lot in Rentiesville, the new colored town on the M. K. & T. R. R., lots $12 to S50. Write to W. H, Twine, Muskogee, I. T, Mr. Chas. Gibson, is on an ex tended visit to Texas. He will make Ft. Worth, Dallas, Galves tion and Houston while there. P. M. Maglorie of Alexander, La., after visitin...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 August 1904

HAS DINQY OFFICIAL MODE. British Prim Minister Not HoumI With Magnificence. A dingy bid house in a tarrow rul-de-sac leading out of Whitehall,' itandon, one of three which form a slender wedge of drah hrickwork in a magnificent block of buildings- this is, a fair description of tho most re markable dwelling house In England probably In tho worhVfor it la the center from which, for nearly a cou ple of centuries? tho far-spreading nBffi!rB5SIWsT-lllBgg WW1 .-3 pjlj? fflra - MMsErr v i flBJI 4H --t IKlllfS? ISlHIHBHHHHIBHHHHHHHHIiallP BBjliiBSSSJBBBjBli I ftiniTm Exterior of No. 10 Downing Street. British empire has boon governed, and where generations of prime min isters have mado their home. A couple of centuries ngo Downing street consisted of "four or five very large, well-built houses fit for persons of honor and quality, each house bav ins: a pleasant prospect into St. lames' park, with a terrace walk"'; and It was one of theso houses which Oeorgc II offered to Walpole, the premi...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 August 1904

yr 4 Chicago Stclety Woman Whe Wat Sick 8ht Could Not Sleep or Eat, Cured by Doan'a Kidney Fills. M ft r I o o Knight., of 33 'N. 'A s h i a ud Ave., Chicago, Orator of the Weft Side Wen ncsday iClub, sa:s: "This, winter when I start ed to use Doan'a Kid ney Pills I (ached In every bone and had Intense pains Jn the kidneys and pelvic organs. The' urine was thick and cloudy und I could barely cat enough to live. I felt a change for the better within a week. The second week I began eating heartily. 1 begnn to improve generally and before seven weeks had passed I' was- well. I had rpent hun dreds of dollars for medicine thut did not. help me, but f G worth of Doan's Kidney Pills restored me to perfect' health? A TRIAL FREE Address Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale L. all dsalers. Price 50c. maim A fit ;9ef WLm I WdaaM ),-lW I xinnn" i A Big Field of Salt The great field or crystaltzed salt it Salton, Cut., in the middle of tiia foloiado dasert, is 2G-J reet.below the level ot...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 August 1904

"ryjfcipy ' la s- rjj? s I LOCAL HAPPENINGS. J. W, Stevens ii in the oity. D. L. Ball of rfansas City, Mo. is in the city, Hon, H, R. Pierson was in the city on business. ' Miss Jefferson of Lee, I. T is visiting in the city. Mr, Norton of Natchez, Miss,, is visiting relatives here. Mr. J. D.' Adkinson of Cheoo tah was in the oity on land busi ness. J. C. Walker of Okmulgee is among this week's visitors in the city. Hon. Geo. Bailey of Cheootah is here seeking a location for business. Mrs. E, B. Beckman et al of Ft. Gibson are in the city on business. Mr. Granville Carter of 'Green ville, Mifs, is here seeking a lo cation for a drug store. Dr. Liep of Nashville, Tenn, is here and has decided to hang out his shingle among us. Miss Lena Lennigan returned on the 11 from Mt. Vernon, Mo., where she visit! the old home. Mrs. Maria Allen of Littig, Texas, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Turner of 1001 So. Cherokee St. Jno. T. Biggers of Denison, Texas, was visiting hie' sister, Mrs. Henry Bums...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 August 1904

m mm Gttr. Muskogee. Indian Territory, Thursday, August 25, 1904- Number 46 Vol 5. A HOT TIME From Start to Finish at the Re ception Given by the Club. The Lincoln Club had a meet ing, a water melon feast, and a rough house all at the same time. It is reported that the states man from hungry roo9t who pa rade under the sobriquet of 8am Lewis got his neck in a vice, and as the vice tightened his tongue lolled out and his eyes nearly burst from their sockets and his breath gurgled through in gasps, at this time the vice relaxed and everyone present gave the hun gry individual a kick which land ed him on the ground floor. There were several other up sets and down -comings. Take it all in all it wa9 something like an Irish wake. Everyone had a good time, no body hurt serious ly, and only a few bruised heads which added flavor to the feast. As the hungry individual retreat ed in good order the band played '8hould old acquaintance be for got." When the mogul yelled put him out, the band p...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 August 1904

... ,. ,,.. .,jQymMf , ip -1 "Universal Peace." The czar's attempt at the establish ftent of universal peaco is not the first of the kind that has been made by o European monarch. Tho Freapa King Henry IV. of Navarro proposed Home-thing Himilar in the sixteenth century. Mb idea wan to forpa the European nations into a confederation of states, and each state to be even ly balanced in military and naval power. The confederation was to be a supreme court of arbitration to de cido all disputes that might arise. Thcro was one flaw in this peace pro posal tho Turk was to bo excluded, and the. states were to wage a war of extermination against him. Tho project was discussed and dropped. . Archery the Sport of Kinga. Archery was a pastime beloved of nany kings and queens of old. Mary Queen of Scots was noted for her skill with tho bow, and a story has been told against her that shortly after Darnlcy's murder she was shooting at tho Tranent butts with Bothwell for partner. Henv VIII was an "...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 August 1904

1"-S' ' t? TORTURING PAIN. Half This Man's Suffering Would Have Killed Many a Person, But Doan'a Cured Him. v A. C. Sprague, stock dealer, of Normal, 111., writes: "For two w h o 1 q years I wag do ing nothing but buying tnedN clnes to cura tuy kidneys. I do not think Jhnt any man "ever suffered as ! did and lived. The naln in my back was so bad that I could not sleep at night. I could not ride a horse, and sometimes was unable even to ride In a car. My condition was critical when I sent for Doan's Kidney Pills. 1 used three boxes and they cured me. Now I can go anywhere and do as much as anybody. I sleep well and feel no discomfort at all." A TRIAL FREE Address Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Prico 50c. tSji'4't tff.y(j.jC2r?2em:Z!- -J "! IMPORTANT TOWN IN TIBET. Inhabitants of Gyangtse Are Chiefly Religious Devotees. Gyangtse, which is distant 213 miles from the Indian frontier and 134 miles from-assa, Is' a large and important town with a network of ir...

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. — 25 August 1904

s I . THE C1METER, Published every rcek in tne iutorest of the Negro by the Cimeter Pobliflhing Co. Entered at the Post Ofllco at Muskoge, I, T., m second class mail matter., SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance) One Year $1.00 Six Months 60 Thrco Months 3ft V. H. TWINE . - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Munagor. J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. FQUALLS, Manager, Printing Dept M3ov. Vardaman of Missisippi used language unbecoming a gentlemtrn when he editorially referred to the mother of Roose velt. There is a limit to personal oritioium thai is reached when abuse is substituted and reason is dethroned, The author of that editorial is not worthy of having a sty named in his honor. South McAlester Capital. Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE R008EVELT, of New York. For Vice- President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. We admire a man who can op pose you and stands from under cover and strikes his blow in the open but we hate and detest the d n snake who liko a cowardly cur strikes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 August 1904

Jf J3 A PORT ARTHUR IS DOOMED NEWS OF THE FALL OF THE FORTRESS EXPECTED HOURLY BELIEVED TO BE JAPS' FINAl ASSAULT TWO IN A WEEK Position of Besieged Is Such That the Japs Are Urging Them to Surren der Heavy and Determined Fight ing Reported May be Last Fight LONDON: A dispatch to the Central News from Tokio says that a big oil warehouse at Port Arthur Is blazing furiously, and that the pos ition of the besieged is such that the Japanese are urging them to sur render. The sortie of the Russian warships from Port Arthur Is regard cd as a confirmation of previous re ports that the Japanese have occu pied an important land position, the tire from which compelled the Rus sian vessels to leave the harbor. It is not thought that they returned to their former "anchorage after the sortie. Junks which loftPort Arthur on August 13 report that heavy fighting was in progress. ST. PETERSBURG: News of the defeat of the Vladlvostock squad con has added another crushing blow to the reverses before P...

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. — 25 August 1904

I ' . fcP I'C Tin confidence! Br MBmHRRT A. MORRAII j When Margaret Ridley and Eustace Uonroy were first married, I thought (hem both the most fortunate beings In the world. He wbh the young hero of the story hooka to look at, and she was fairer than a (lower. It was a union of ma tore DilndH, and there was money on both aides; prospect, therefore, of more bliss and success in life than fol lows the popping of average chain pagne corks. As a friend of both families, I re ceived the confidences of both from lime to time. "You aro an old fogey, Cousin Ar Ihur," Margaret would say. "I can tell : on anything. In confidence, of course. Strictly between you and me." Qualified or not for tho diploma of Old Fogeylsm, what man ever seri ously objected to recelvo the con fidences of a pretty woman? As a matter of fact, I rather liked the idea. Whenever shewove the fab ric of a hint, I always asked to see the embroidery. Eustace, on the other hand, was a hundred degrees more nervous. It v. as ...

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. — 25 August 1904

-'. i'OT'J iytmmf1im1l0lfrmfrtQ in w iwm THE WOULD' BEST THE WOUNDED EAGLE TEftLOO. OF WA- Eighty-nine years have passed since the great Napoleon the incarnate god of war was defeated and finally over thrown on the hattlefteld of Waterloo. In this epoch-making battle French valor Bhone brilliantly, and although the eagles of France went down in disaster no dishonor attached to their defeat. Recently a monument in mem ory of Napoleon's soldiers who fell at "Waterloo was unveiled on the field of that historic struggle. The monu ment was placed near the farmhouse where the "Old Guard" made its last stand. The design of the. memorial is a striking one a wounded eagle sur mounting a tall shaft. Since Waterloo the eagles of France have been stricken even more grievously than they were-by Wellington in 1815. In J 870 an army of 173,000 men surrend ered at Metz to the German conqueror. It is impossible to conceive of the first Napoleon giving up a fight with an army of 171,000' valorous Fre...

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. — 25 August 1904

-rr -f , I, jinjijjniijpnn mi t;t mp -v'i' j. y W..1! IJW"!11 "f Himi ih.ii . Dl k. - UNO MEN MAO AGENT GHOENFELT IG CrCILIN'Q THEIR SCHt-MEG r,?AY RESTFI3TI0NS NOT TO BE REMOVED Mr. Shocnfelt la Standing DetweeA In dians and Land Sharks Many Ap plications Will Not Receive Hio Recommendation MUSKOGEE: The ntlitmlo of tho Indian agont, Mr. Shocnfolt, in re gard to the removal of restrictions upon the sale of lands by allottees of Indian blood is proving u great disap pointment to the land sharks. Dur ing tho past week the agent has done practically iiothlng but sign his nume to recommendations to tho interior department in reference to applica tions .already passed upon, and it is reported upon good authority' that less than .'J per cent have met with hl approvaj. One day 152 recom mendations were transmitted through the mail, and 147 of these bore the stamp of tho agent's disapproval. Tho land men are furious. Thoy have gono to considerable expense to herd the Indians into line, and...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 August 1904

rj. nr"srr '7TTpr.i, TTJI LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mr. J. P. Dixon has returned from Kansas City. 'H. C. Cavill of Boley. I. T.. registered at the Maceo. Rev. Thoa. Shannon of Waco. Texas, is here on business. Mr. A. Parker of Boynton was here on business, Monday. Prof. Gordon went to So. Mc Alester this morning on business' J. W. Mason of Stoneham, Texas is visiting relatives near Porter. Miss Addie Hey wood spent last week at Wewoka, visiting rela tives, N, McMeans of McKinney, Texas, was visiting Muskogee, Sunday, - L. F. Fue made a business tiip to Wagoner the early part of the week. K. N. Shannon and T. R. Ru ler of Checotah were among us this week. T. J. Tatum of Arcadia, O. T., was prospecting in Muskogee this week. Messrs I. and M. D. Byrd of Little Rook, Ark., visited Musko gee, Sunday. Messrs Thoma? and Daniel Manual of Twine, I. T., made us a pleasant call Wednesday. Dr. J. H. Garnet; of Lincoln Institute, Jefferson City, Mo., is in the city on business. Mru. D. D. Payne of Hum ...

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. — 25 August 1904

$ommm0mmgmmmi0bmmt -TBoaocSSXnwuawaotsarar zzr J. s 'TtZ'St$litmmmmmiM'' i n 'I Muskogee Ci meter. W. H. TWINE, Edits MUSKOGEE, . . IND. TER, NEW STATE NEWS. Cleo now lias a broom factory In operation. Rnvia, organized a commercial club last 4woek. -;- 1 - The Central Baptist association o Oklahoma met In Yul-on last week, Ground has been broken lor thq new $40,000 opera house at Mus kogee. ' Hobart Is securing a now bote', and when completed will bo the larg est in that city. The Postal Telegraph company will open an dfllce Jn Chickashu about thy first of September. The construction' of a line of rail road by the Santa Fo is announced' from Owasso to Tulsa. Work Is tf begin at once. Tho Caddo National bank has been, organized, and will begin' business about September Int. - The capita) stock will be $50,000. Herbert If. Black of Oklahoma City. Otis S. Russell of Lookeba, Thomas A. Ball of Renf row -have been appointed railway mail clerks. A. C. Adams, master mechanic of the Hock Is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 August 1904

vw . v 3 K. l7 STILL CALL FOR HORSE8HOC8. Trolley Cart and Automobiles Have Littla Reduced the Output. "How about horseshoes?" was asked of a dealer in iron and steel supplies, including horseshoes. "Has i he -increased use of automobiles les sened tho demand for horseshoes? ' "No, it hasn't," was the reply. "We ore selling as many horseshoes as ever. It was thought when tho trolley car was introduced that something was going to happen, but the trolley cars, came in so gradually that their introduction had no" effect ' on the horseshoe trade, and it is so as to the auto. Horses yet. remain in gen eral use, and the demand for horie bhoea still continues." There are fourteen concerns in the United States manufacturing horse shoes. Their annual output is some 1 v here about 1,000,000 kegs of 100 pounds each. 8TRANQE PETS ON WARSHIPS. Sailors of Different Nationalities Vary in Their Likes. t The privilege of keeping pets is very much appreciated by bluejackets, nho lavish their spare ti...

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. — 25 August 1904

l ii mllMrWlllLL- TV' "I -"f' ' " " Wjn i-Hrn"yyi 'i"i vy i yy " ' " mjui Sawalaand Ridge Items. Cotton and corn are looking well. We are soon to have a new railroad, the laying of the steel is only a few miles away from Haskell a new town on the Mid land Valley one north of Sowok la and 20 northwest of Muskogee. The 38 Annual Celebration of the Emancipation was held at Billy Banks Spring on the Mid land Valley railroad one and one half miles north of ridge, Aug. 4th, The Ridge and Sawola peo ple deserve much credit for the magnificent display, the unex celled program, and sparing no pains to satiate the appetites of all present. There were sports and amusements galore, attrac tions by the score. Speeches were delivered by some of the most distinguished persons in the Creek nation. Indeed it was an occasion long to be remembered. MUSKOGEE UNION RAILWAY, TO AND FROM Ft. Smith and Wngoner anil the Kan ns and Cherokee Oil Fields, via Ooret ta and Missouri Puciflc Rv. Lv. Muslcogco 0:30...

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