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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 19 June 1908

NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered From all Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Miscellaneous. Cnlch Powers, ox-secretary of sfalo of Kentucky, twice sentenced to death for killing Gov. Goobol at Frankfort and JameH Howard, an alleged accom plice, have been pardoned by Gov. "Wlllson. The case lins attracted in tcrcHt throughout tho country and thousands of petitions have been pro-' Rented to Gov. Wlllson asking that the men be set free. I A Whitehead torpedo containing 220 ( pounds of gun cotton was exploded against tho monitor Florida at .lames town, Va. The vessel withstood the oxploslon and the test was declared a decided success by naval offlccrs. Tho conductors and motormen on tho .Joplln & Pittsburg railway have gone on a strike. Twenty-seven persons were danger ously Injured when a Missouri, Kansas & Texas passenger train plunged from tho track into from three to five...

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. — 19 June 1908

HAVE LONG SOUGHT MASTERY OF AIR Ambitious Minds Would Con trol Only Element That Has Defied Man Now It Is Thought That the Aero plane Devised by Wright Brothers May at Least Point the Way to Success -Could Laugh at Vessels of War. NEW YORK. Those reti 'cont and Intensely ab Borbod westerners, the Wright brothers of Day ton, O., appoar to have at laat conquered the ele ments which have bo long bailled the Ingenuity of man, and aerial naviga tion, bo long regarded as a fascinating absurdity, now seems to be vory much of a practical reality, sayB a writer in the New York Times. Aside from the- triumph of tho long and apparently easily controlled flight, the moBt important item contained in the news dispatches from Mantou, N. C, whore tho brothers have been con ducting their experiments, is tho state ment that the aeroplane not only car ried both men, but carried them in a sitting position. The earlier aeroplane of these Inventors carried but one aviator, and it was necessary for him to...

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. — 19 June 1908

" FMoreerlbstp&et Co. , IOWA BUILDING This Company makes absolutely correct abstracts of title. Go there for correct information. Next to Bank of Muskogee, Muskogee, I. T. Insurance Money to Loan H. K. SHOWjLTER GENERAL INSURANCE. Milwaukee; Mechanics Fire Insurance Co t S,?r, 170.00 Norrhwestern National Insurance Co A, '.W't, 0r. 00 Michigan Commercial Insurance Co : Slli.SoVj.OU Columbia Insurance Co ";,2S,00 Cosinopositan Fire of New York ?.':, J50.0(i Ohio German Insurance Co !2S,:M1.00 Mcichauts fc Planters Insurance Co I Ionic Co. Lloyds Hate (Mass Insurance Co 1.1)0(1,000 0(1 Fidelity & Deposit Co. of ; Maryland IS.lfcS olin.OO Northwestern N'utiinl Life Insurance Co 'J','0,000,000.00 Pacific Mutual Accident Co l(),SO:i,2iW,00 DR. HENDERSON M 811 to 815 WALKUT ST., KANSAS CITY, M0. TfcaOtd RrllabU Doctor Oldest In - and louffraa locate. A rclr Urailuata) In alailloliia). Uvir Sv tnri' hptiml prartlee 0r aOycmralu Kanaaa City. ESTABLISHKO ISS7. irrr Chronic, Hirvous 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. — 26 June 1908

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 9 jVluskogGQ, Okla., Friday, Juiiq, 26, 1908. jVo 57 SOUTH EAST CORNER OF HELL On June 21, '08, nine Neurons were lynched near Hemphill. Sabine Co., in the S. E. corner of Hell (Texas) and it all grew out of the killing of a white man who had attended a Neg.ro festival if reports are true. As a matter of fact the white man had no business at a Negro fes tival and as a rule in Hell (Tex.) when white men go to Negro gatherings at night, they go for immoral purposes and lo prac tice social equality. This the Negro condemns as bitterly as the white man does when a Ne gro presumes to come to his en tertaiu monts on a social base. The white who goes to such places probably in quest of a worthless Negro mistress de serves what he gets as does the Negro when the case is reverse. Tt use to be the case that such of the debased, degraded and libertine hellish whites could de bauch Negro women at will but the young Negro of today wont stand for it even if lives must be...

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. — 26 June 1908

;vi Mv $ Hi i-1 'sJs fev 'V r if , I, Pi ' Muskogee Cimeter. W. M, TWIKM, Mlfta MUSKOGEE, OKUL Still, yoa hntl better not tako 'cm off for a fow dnya yot. A Clinton county, N. Y., baby has two tongubu. Girl, of courBO. AimrchlHtu nro given to carrying their cure around with thorn. Piesldent Castro ovldently Btanda In the aliudow of the wood shed. Tho peek-a-boo walat and tho moa qulto aro watching each othor, waiting for tho word. Tho moat unfortunate trait of the miurc.ilat la his determination to be taken serloualy. After consuming 00,000 gallons of whisky, tho great distillery ilro at I'uorla wna aneatcd. Havo wo got to Bond the fleet of battleships back around tho Horn Juat to k'pp Castro quiet? A man with a bullot-pioof head haB been dlscoveied in Now York, whtro Just such a head Is moat needed. Caatro til ways looka out for his poo pie. lie arranges very entertaining aquatic pagoants at fotolgn oxpenBe. Thero are ten negro banks In Mia slaalppl and thoy have organized a. Stato...

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. — 26 June 1908

virJ P- rA. fe' Mt v.- 'iw i& WAY8 OF PUTTING UP JELLY. Small Wine Glasses of the Prepara tlons Are Handy. When tho Jelly season comes and It will soon be here make many small wine glasses of Jelly. These glasses can bo bought for Ave cents apiece and tho small glass of Jelly Is very useful. One may want to take a glass for Individual purposes with a luncheon while traveling, a glass can b put into tho luncheon basket for tho schoolgirl or boy and a dainty wineglass of Jelly is always accept able to the invalid. One of the most appetizing Jellies is grape, though cur rant is well liked for its mild acid flavor and berry jellies are delicious. . Thero Is a fruit preserve, very de licious, for filling these tiny glasses, too. It is made by making a thick candy nnd when it Is of tho same con sistency that one makes candy fondant, drop tho berries in it, leave for a few minutes, but not long enough to separate tho berries, then hastily fill the glasses and cover with pnrafrtn. Do no...

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. — 26 June 1908

PVE I fHE Iji'icTER, W H. TWINE .... Editor. Published lery Week in the Intcicst of the Negio by Cimoter Publishing Co. Knteiod at the Post Office nt iMuskogce. Okla., as .Second Class Mail Mattel. FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM 1L. TAET. FOR VICE PRESIDENT JAMfiSS. SHERMAN. The Negroes will not. support m lily white or 'i sell-out in Lho primaries or at the polls. Tho battle forofliee will soon be on in the hind "WHERE POLITICS rSAN ART AND POLITICAL CHICANERY A SCIENCE" to wit Muskogee, County. None of the colored contin gent who went to Chicago were put in jail. The white contin gent cannot say as much. Now we have not said who but can at tho proper time. Too much Booze. There is one good thing the Legislature did, they killed the six shooter gang of Muskogee dead as li when they passed the primary election law. No more can men be nominated by force and fraud as was done by the so-called Republican Con vention in Muskogee. Thanks (Jov. Haskell. The withdrawing of the con jest from the Did...

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. — 26 June 1908

Pioreop jibstpaet (S'o. ? and Nov la. u o. This Company makes absolutely correct abstracts of title. Go there for correct information. Next to Bank of Muskogee, Muskogee, L. T. insurance Money to Loan H. IP. SHOVvMjTBR GENERAL INSURANCE. Milwaukee .Median les Fire Insurance Co, 9,7oli, 170.00 Xorrhweslern National Insurauee Co I,b,0.',0P0.00 Michigan Coinniercial Insurance Co Sl.'i.sn.'i.Oi1 Columbia Insurance Co ". " ' ."lO.oas.OT Cosjnopositan Fire of Now York 7y!l,fc")o.0(i Ohio German Insurance Co c2H,yi 1.00 Merchants & Hunters Insurance Co, . .' m llonu' Co. Lloyds Plate Class Insurance Co . ' 1,(100,000 On Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Maryland fl.lSS.oflO.OO Northwestern Nutual Life Insurance Co 320,000.000.00 1'acinV Mutual Accident Co 1(1.80:5.200,00 ?.viJ fU-f VKv, s : J . v ; w 811 to 815 WALKUT ST., KifJSAS GSTY, f.I0. Thn Olil K'lnblo Doctor Oltlest In ncn nnl lonnnt locntfri. A f rcBtiliir Ciiulinun In Ai'-illomo. Over 11.1 icirh'-jit. ul pittlkco U Ovr ;lOyonri i...

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. — 26 June 1908

BUILDING UP TRADE REGULAR CUSTOMERS THE BEST FOR THE MERCHANT. SOME SOUND TRADE HINTS Reasons Why Merchants Should Strive to Make Friends of Their Patrons, and Treat Them with Due Consideration. A good many retailers seem to be bo absorbed In the search for new customers that they don't have- time to tnke the right kind of caro of the old ones, and In this way they arc driving business to tbo mail-order houses faster with one hand than they aro taking It away with the other, says one man who has carefully studied trado mattors. Wo do not mean that a letailer should not al ways bo trying to enlarge his list of customers. That Is exactly what he should do, but ho must give even greater caro to holding tbo old than to gottlng tho new. The regular cus tomer Is the llfo of almost every busi ness, lie Is tho fellow you should bavo In mind when you aro buying. Ho Is tho follow you should decorate your storo to pleaso Ho Is tho fel low you should try n overy way to accommodato, for ho comes...

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. — 26 June 1908

0 The Cab That Waited By Don Mark Lemon (Copyright, by Shortatory Pub. Co.) Cutting the envelope and drawing out the folded sheet within, ho read: Bronson Stables: Bend Jerry with cab to my house to take me to North Sta tion to see a friend off, and wait till I return. PETER KUGGLES. He called up the foreman of tho stables through the speaking tube and gave him the order. "And mind you, Jones, see that Jerry is on time," he supplemented, for it was well known at Brouson's that Ruggles' motto was, Follow orders though it break own ers. Ruggles had once threatened to sue the Bronson Stables for falling to follow orders, and the clerk had been cautioned to see that Ruggles' orders should thereafter be followed to the letter though it might break Ruggles. Promptly at three-thirty "Cheery" Jerry, who had faithfully served tho Bronson Stables since its inclpiency, drew rein at the handsome stone res idence of Peter RuggleB, and just then Ruggles, carrying a largo magnifying glass in his h...

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. — 26 June 1908

THE COLOR-BEARER The color-bearer was colored A Ijlack man t.Iirn ami thru, But' his heart was white, As a snow bright night, When a big moon lights the blue. Jle cherished theilag oi' freedom (J lad symbol of his race, So he marched awjiy One martial day With a color bearer's grace. And he did not blench in battle, He-hold his colors high; How he might fare Was his lightest care But the Hag, the Hug must Jly. One time when the cannons thundered, And the sod with gore was red, As the soldiers fell. In a mimic hell Thuy must quench with their own blood shed. The color bearer was wounded, And his leg of dusky hue, Broke under his tread, Not a word he said, But he clung to his colors true. And after the fight was ended With a will of honor grim Jle followed the tramp Of the boys to camp. And he oivpt on his shattered limb. But his banner waved in beauty, The stars and stripes still sound, "My lvunner' cried he, 1 was hit." you see Bui de 11 ig aiut teched do ground. Then the color-bear...

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. — 10 July 1908

The Muskogee Cimeter. r Vol 9 jlluskogoe, Olsla., Friday, duly, lO, 1908. jVo 39 MUSKOGEE NEEDS YOU!! Muskogee needs the vote of every colored property owner to help to unanimously carry the bond Issues which will be voted upon next Thurs day, and as the Negro never fails to stand up for his country and his home, so will he be found on elec tion day voting YES on the bond propositions which mean a greater and a better Muskogee. But you must register with the city clerk be fore the close of next Tuesday and you ought to go to the city hall AT ONCE and give your name and residence to the clerk and receive your registration certificate. The clerk will have his office open from it a. in. to 0 i). m. Saturday and Monday and Tuesday, and every vot er should not overlook this impor tant duty. NEGRO voters are always for public improvements, better awter, and more ol it; beter schools, and more of them; better sewerage, and for every enterprise which goes to the build ing of a great city. B...

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. — 10 July 1908

Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWIKB, MlfcMfc MUSKOaiDK, OKLA. OKLAHOMA STATE NOTES "William E. Stanley, a painter of Duncan, 27 years old, foil from tht city standplpo, a distance of 100 fuel und received fatal injuries. Bocauso of ills Inability to curb his appetite for liquor, a resident of BIx by attempted suicide with a small pocket knife, but failed in tlio at tempt. Tho United Brotnren church of Oklahoma wil hold its annual camp meeting near Crescent City beginning July 9. .Inly 30 the citizens of Lehigh will bo given a chance to say whether or not they desire that place to be a city of the ilrst class or not. Five hundred union men of Okla homa are expected to attend the state federation of labor meeting in Ard more, July i!7. Tho war dopartmenthas donated an old-time army cannon to Norman, which tho citizens will mount iu one of their paiks. The general merchandise store of Covey Bros.,' at Ceres, was destroyed by ilro entailing a loss of $G,000. Beginning July li tho Oklahoma cor...

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. — 10 July 1908

HEALTH BRINGS HAPPINESS. Invalid Once, a Happy Woman Now. Mrs. C. It. Shelton, Pleasant Street, Covington, Tenn., says: "Onco I seemed a helpless In valid, but now I en joy tho best of health. Kidney disonso brought mo down ter ribly. Rheumatic aches and pains matlo every move painful. Tho secretions were disordered and my head ached to dis traction. I was in a bad condition, but medicines failed to help. I lost ground daily until I began with Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped mo at onco and soon made me strong and well." Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SOMEWHAT SUSPICIOUS. Of course, it may bo all right still, ou don't feel inclined to eat sail ages when you find your butcher has removed to a shop next door to tho Homo for Lost Dogs, do you? DOCTOR SAID "USE CUTICURA' In Bad Case of Eczema on Child Disease Had Reached a Fearful StateHis Order Resulted in Complete Cure. "When I was small I was troubled ttith eczema for about throo months. It wa...

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. — 10 July 1908

fHE IjnTER, W II. TWINE Editor. Published l'er j Week in the lutcicst of the Negro by Cimutur Publishing Co. liiiturcd at the Post Oirico at Muskogee. Okla., as Second Class -Mail Matter. FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM II. TAFT. FOR VICE PRESIDENT J AM ISSS. SI MS MI AN. Among l,ho Republicans of Muskogee County who pledge their support to II. 10. I Stan ford according to an Okmulgee paper are: C. B. Douglas, lfiil. Phoenix, Thus. A. Sanson. lOx. Probate Com., i. I Harrison, M. Clerk IJ. S. Court, J. B. (Jamhell, Ifix. City Recorder. J. Blair Sohuenfell, Ifix. Indian Agent, J j. G. Disney, 10x, Can didate for Congress Mh District Alexander Itiehinond, Kx. II. S. Coinmisioner, and last but not least Dr. Leo IS. .Bennett, lx. U.S, Marshal. And among those who do not and will not give him their suppo.t are the! thousands of .Republican voters the Backbone and sinew of the Republican party in this count v. The last ditch lighters will tight his nomination till the region of IMuto is congealed as...

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. — 10 July 1908

w CREEK UNDERTAKERS BILLINGS ANDCULLUM a.sliGts and Funoral Ic:J c (.1 ei 1 c i i VlvVciys on Heme! IN OFFICE DAY &. NIGHT. PHONES 986 A 481 If you cnn't i;v(, us on olio phono, 1 ry I ho oilier. Q.-2.7 S. 2nd.St. Muskogee, I.T. Ttitft art inert Maflall Patterns tetd U tka Uahe4 tatei than of any other make of patttrn. Tal la mi account of thalr style, accuracy and tlnipllcity. McCnll'a ItlngaKlnefrheQnttnof Faialen)hM Mere iubtcribcra than any othtr I.adln' Maftilnt. One ftar'e iubicrlpllon(u numbers) com 50 cant. I-aUtl aumbtr, 0 canla. Itery tubtcribtrgitt a XlcCill Fa, fara Frea. Subscribe today. Lady A canla Wantatl. Handiomt r,mlumte llbiralcaih comminlan. Patttrn Catalonia ( of 600 4a, If nt) and Trtmlum Catalot ut (shotting 400 prtmlumt) t frt. Atdrtee TUB McCALL CO New Yark, The Cp30 (INCOKI'OHATKI)) Cei 0 i tf 1 1 So, OOO EALERS IN STOVES, RANGES, GUNS, AMMUNITION, LOCK'S. PARA. SUPPLIES ETC. cJ. IB. Wilson, VL a n ci fi c? r MUSKOGEE - " OKAHOMA I M Wm a B Ttfpar, for...

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. — 10 July 1908

WHY CULTIVATE AN ORCHARD? Because It Will Make the Trees More Fruitful. For tlio nnmo reaflon Hint wo ciiltl vtito n lilll of corn. Wo plnnt applo troeH J10 foul npnrl, wlillo wo plnnt corn throo mid n hnlf foot npnrl, for the rcjiHon Hint tho fnlliiKo of mi ap jilo Iron bears tho tmino ruin (Ion to !10 foot tlint t ho foliage of n hill of corn bonm to throo ami n hnlf root. AIbo, Hint tho rootH of tho troo occupy tho ontlro 80 foot of Hpaco iih woll hh tho rootH of corn occupy tho '.1 foot foot of Hpnco. Cultivation In iih absolute Iv nocoHHnry for tho one iih for tho othor. Cultivation will glvu thrift to cither mill unthrlft without It. To pro duco n good crop of corn, bronk tho ground eight IiicIioh (loop und pulvor Izu a flno Hood bod. In cultivating tho 01 chard wo bronk throo IiicIioh (loop only, on account of rootH, and ninko tho Kinno Ilnoly pulvorlod Hiirfnco. This bcl contuliiH molHturo to tho vory purfneo In a dry hoiihoii. Hy HiIh kind ot propnrntlou mid u lino, level c...

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. — 10 July 1908

A Cold Lunch. The pupils of a distinguished pro fessor of zoology, a man well known for his eccentricities, noted one day two tidy parcels lying on their in structor's desk as they passed out at the noon hour. On their return to the lahoratory for the afternoon lec ture they saw but one. This the pro fessor took carefully up in his hand as he opened his lecture. "In the study of vertebrata we have taken the frog as a type. Let us now examine the gastrocnemius musclo of this dessected specimen." So saying the professor untied the string of his neat parcel and disclosed to view a ham sandwich and a boiled egg. "But I have eaten my lunch," said tho learned man bewilderedly. Lip pincott's. His Death Due to Freak Hat. A Merry Widow hat has caused tho tragic, death of an innocent man in Paris. He was sitting opposite the hat, which was worn by a lady going to the Bois do Boulogne. As he gazed at the amazing construction it annoyed him more and more, and as he gazed ho Brew red in the face...

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. — 10 July 1908

DR. HENDERSON M and 811 to 815 WALKUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. Tata Old Reliable) Doctor Oldest In aa-a anil longest located. A regalar Graduate In Medlalne. Ufir 9i ltun' hiiilnl practice Orr SO years In Kbdim Cttr. ESTABLISHED I8S7. uVrtoetr.bt Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases, Ours! tuaranteed or money refunded. All medicines fursisaed readr for una no mereury or Injurious medicines uaed. No detention from builnom. Patients at a distance treated y mall and express. Mrdlclnos sent everywhere, free from ruie or breaks? Charges low. Over 0'),O6O cams cured. Age and exprrlence art important. 8tata your oau una scna tor terms. liOBsuuauuii iree hdu eouuuenuai, personally er oy lattar. Seminal Weakness Sexual Debility, BVSKSK follies and excein caunIiik nlirht losses and Ions of nnxual power, pimples and blotches on tho face, coufuiod ideas and forjtctfulness, bashfulnesn and aversion to noclety, et, cured for life. I Hop nlcht losses, restore sexual power, nervo and tir.iln power, e...

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. — 17 July 1908

ff The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 9 jlusliogeQ, Olila., Friday, duly, 17, 1908. jVo 0 TO THE RE PUBLICAN VO TERS OF MUSKOGEE Register Now. A residence of one year in the state, six months in the county, and thirty days in the precinct, or ward, isTequlred of all qualified electors before they are entitled to vote. Section One of Article Eight of the new election law of May 29th, 1908. provides: "There is hereby created and established a registration system in the various cities of the first class in the state of Oklahoma for the registration of electors, and no elec tor shall be allowed to vote in any election in such cities unless he has complied with the provisions hereof." The registration books in cities of the first class should ho open from the first day of June preceding each bi-ennial primary election and con tinue open (Sundays excepted) until nine o'clock p. m., of the last Satur day night of the month of July. All electors, of cities of the first class, desiring to vote at the...

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