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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 7 August 1908

Muskogee Cimeter. W. M. TWIX1, Mil MUSKOGEB, OKLiL Tho Tuberculosis Congress. Few thingB which mark the modern progress of civilization huvo advanced ho rapidly as knowledgo of the nature and curahlllty of tuberculosis. The decision of physicians that the disease Is not hereditary has lifted a burden of dread from thousands of hearts, and the success of methods of treatment in the early stages of tho disease has brought hope to thousands of others. But far more Important than this has boen, and will be, the work of bringing ubout an understanding of the dangers of the dlseaso and Impressing the ne cessity of precautions. From Septem ber 21 to October 12 the United States will be the host of the international congress on tuberculosis, which Is to meet In Washington. Mr. Roosevelt has lately accepted the presidency of the congress. The occasion will un doubtedly bo the most Important event that has yet occurred In the flght against the dread disease. The con vention will bring togethe...

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. — 7 August 1908

DRINKS THAT COOL PLEA8ANT BEVERAGES FOR HOT SUMMER DAYS. Lime or Lemon Squash Is Most Re freshing Iced Chocolate Pal atable for Those Who Have a Sweet Tooth. Lime or lemon squash Is one of the most refreshing of the easily made summer drinks. It Is prepared by squeezing the Juice of two limes into a glass, filling it three-quarters full of cracked Ice and adding bottled soda. Sometimes sugar is used, and the only difference between lemonade and lem on squash is in the soda, which is substituted for plain water. Iced chocolate is cooling and leaves a pleasant taste in one's mouth. It is made the same as hot chocolate and well boiled, then set away to cool and served in tall glassos with crack pd ice, croam and powdered sugar. It is generally considered a pleasanter and more wholesomo drink than either iced tea with lemon or iced coffee with cream. To mako sangaree, a favorite drink of the tropics, take one wineglass and a half of sherry, two wineglasses of water, a grating of nutmeg,...

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. — 7 August 1908

SI, LO L HI Civic League Committee Recom mends Private Service. t Thorough Investigation Shows 'th Dangers of Political Management of Municipal Plants A Publi.c Utilities Commission Furnishes tho Best Method of Control. Somewhat over a year ago tho ex ecutive bouid of iht' Civic league of St. Lout appointed a committee "to Investigate and ri'porL upon the most desirable an. I ccotntnlcnl form and method oT lighting tho streets and al leys ol' the city." Tlii' members of tho i oinmlttoe ue.'u Professor .1. 1.. Van Ornuni. head of thy civil engineering dep.iiiiiiuni, and Professor A. S. Lungs doi'f. head of the olyi'ti'lcal ciigiiiccrlui; department. Washington unhersiiy; .lohu .1. Llchtcr, mechanical engineer; Trostolt I1'. Chaplin, attorney; Joseph i 1). Ihisconi, of Jhi' llrm of ISrn.lcrlci. !c J'.aseoin Itupo company, and K. L. ! Adrcon. vlcy president an 1 MMicrul manager, ol tho American I'.rnkc com pany, who for eight years wned as (ouipl roller of tlie city. The thoroughness o...

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. — 21 August 1908

-"r The Muskogee Cimeter, V Vol 9 ,VluskogoG, Okla., Friday, August, 21, 1908. W) 4.5 Our Legislative Candi dates Should All Re ceive Good Majorities In This County Judc Cook is well known to pvurybody ;ml is i staunch Ro publican and is entitled found Avill get the solid vote of tho party and then some. The Judge is one of the most able lawyers in this state and was at one time on the Supreme Bench of North Carolina. The Colored troops will get out. early and stay late to land the noblest Itoinan of them all. Judge Cook is a sure winner. The other candidates are not. so well known among our people still tliey will be taken care of. Id. Merrick lives in Muskogee, Mr. Jas. Knox in Boynton. and flarry Beeler in Checotah. They all have a record for being of the kind that wont sell out and tluit is the kind of Republican to put on the ticket and elect. Their Democratic opponents are all good fellers but are on the wrong side of the fence. We will give them a chance to re pent and find t...

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. — 21 August 1908

Is Pe-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? Should a Hat of tho ingredients of Po una bo submitted to any medical ox port, of, whatovcr school or nationality, ho would bo obliged to ndmlf-without reaorvo that tho medicinal herbs com posing Fcruna aro of two kinds. 2?lrst, standard and well-tried catarrh remo dlois. t'econd, well-known and goner ally acknowledged tonla remedies. That in ono or tho other of theso uses they liavo stood tho tost of many yoars' oxporionco by physicians of different chools. Thoro can bo no dlsputo about this, whatovor. Foruna Is composed of norno of tho most ofllcacious and uni versally used herbal remedies for ca tarrhal diseases, and for such conditions of tho human system as requlro a tonic. Kach ono of tho principal ingredients of Foruna has a reputation of its own in tho euro of somo phaso of catarrh or aa a tonic medicine. Tho fact is, chronic catarrh la a dls oaso which is very provalont. Many thousand pooplo know they havo chroniocatarrh. Thoy havo visitod do...

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. — 21 August 1908

iJIWMMMM U I r w fat w. THE TIME TEST. . That Is What Proves True Merit. Doan's Kidney Pills bring the quick est of lelief from backache and kid ney lioubles. Is that lellef lasting? Let Mis. James M. Long, of 113 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va., tell you. On January 81st, J 903, Mrs. Long wiotc: "Doan's Kid ney Pills have cured me" (of pain In the back, urinatv trou bles, bearing down bonsations, etc.). On Juno 20th, 3907, four and one-half years later, sho said: "I haven't had kidney trouble since, I lepcat my testimony." Sold by all dealeis, HO cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A Play on Words. Scott They dramatize everything nowadays. I'll bet they'll soon bo dramatizing the ad. columns. Mott Well, whj not; aren't the ad. columns just the place for striking ltuations? 1 A ar::m Tliis woman says that after months of suffering' iLydia E. IMnkliam's Vegetable Compound made licr as well as ever. Maude E. Forgie, of Lccsburg,Va., writes to jIrs. Pinkham : "1 want other su...

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. — 21 August 1908

me ijnicTER. W H. TWINB .... Editor. lu1illBlicfl Krerj Weok In the Interest of the Negro by Cimctcr Publishing Co. Knleicd at the Post Omco nt Muskogee. Oklu., us Second Class Wail .Mattel . FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM JI. TAI'T. FOR VICE PRESIDENT .J.AM 1CSS. SHIfillMAN. Tho Republicans are now polling Mieslateaiidi'oUiiitftboir organization in proper sbape for a ureal. bal.l,b Wo bave faitb in Capt. .Joe. Morris to believe thai, In; will load us to a glorious victory. The Pheonix is still trying to heat Creager. In almost every issue the old lady tries to show that Hep is it. There is no denying of the fact that there is an attempt to ar ray a large percent of the Negro vote against Mr. Taft, even in this state. In a few days we will know who our city officers aiv, whetli er its the old crew or the new crew. Its a pity for the city and county that the contention for office has kept up so long. The people are tired of the continued strife and want it settled at once for all times. John ...

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. — 21 August 1908

T. MILLER, L 0 A N P K 0 K E U Loans on all ArUcles of Value. 105- South Main Street MUSKOGEE, IND. TEtt. THE SEASON'S GOODS ARE NOW IN DEMAND .t.1L, 1 m -Leiwn Mowers, Geiirclor-i Hotee, Refrigerators, Croquet Sets eiJl of wItlIcjItl -we have And don't forget, wo arc fclu largost dealers in Mus kogee in Fine Buggies, Harness and Wagons all kinds and styles. HookerHendrix Hardware Co. SUCCESSORS TO HUBER HARDWARE CO. 137 - PHONES - 78 J,4 Official Statement of the Condition of the Qomniepeial Xfation'l lZanU. jluskogre, Indian Terriiopy, At the Close of Business. Thursday August 22, 1907. RESOURCES Loans and Discount 1,098.868.96 Overdrafts 5.146.62 Bonds and Premiums 262.000.00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 10.975.08 Cash and Exchange LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits 310. 7 3. 79 $1,087,199.45 $ 200.000.00 52.940.54 200.000.00 1.234.252.91 $1,787,199.45 The above Statement, is Correct. D. N. FINK, Vice President. IS. D. SWEKNEY, Cashier OUR TEA AND...

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. — 21 August 1908

Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWINS, X41U MUSKOGEE, OKLA. Ice Made In Home Kitchen. The problem of producing ice in . Biriull qunntltleH quickly and cheaply i has apiiarontly buori solved by u French Inventor, who Iuih perfected .1 machine which Ih cheap, simple of op- oration, practically everlasting, and thoroughly practical. It may he oper ated by a, bolt connected with 11 Hloa.ni onglno, by a Hinall electric motor, or by hum! crunkH. Tlio Invention Ih a rolatlvo compression and automatic machine, regulating Itself to all HpecdH, whatever may bo the temperature of the condensing water uued. Tlio Im portant, feature Ih n cylinder In which tlio chomlcalH are waled -the latter not requiring 1 one will and lusting an long a the machine Itself and which, 1 evolving In water, produces tlio Ice. It can also produce cold air. The ma chine ban no Joint piece, no preHHUie gauge, no miction or regulating valve, it will work In water reaching even 3IIJ degrees Fahrenheit, am' Haves J1S per emit, o...

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. — 21 August 1908

mnijim wWf wwtmmmm "Nails." "Nails are a mighty good thing particularly finger nails hut I don't hellevo they were Intended solely for scratching though I used mine large ly for that purpose for several years. I was sorely affected and had It to do. One application of Hunt's Cure, how ever, relieved my itch and less than a box cured mo entirely." J. M. WARD, Index, Texas. Why He Felt Sad. "Young man," said tho stern old broker, "I find that you slipped off yesterday afternoon and went to tho ball game. Don't you feel bad about It?" "Indeed I do, boss," confessed Tommy. "Ah! That's one consolation." "Yes, I felt bad 'cause tho homo team lost." Man and Beast Alike. Only Ihoso who havo suffered the ngony of eye afflictions can appreciate the blessing to humanity In Dr. Mitch ell's famous Eye Salvo. Introduced In this region as far back as 3S10 it is found to-day in all well regulated homes hereabouts. Not alone tho eyes of man but thoso of tho. dumb animals havo enjoyed its comforts. M...

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. — 21 August 1908

s j f!uiflEJ2I i?3 fvik ipsa w tf rh I iiosaa nj 0(1 b8i3 WALRUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. Tim OU1 Itrll(it1 Doctor OliUit In nico nnd longait lortnt4. A retfnlur Crnduntn In Madlutfio, Uv.r 3:1 mm' hpuclnl practice Ovr :!0;nnr in ICnnitUB IMty. EUTAOLIBHED 1007. fiffiTiS ptrcbaViu Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases, Otircn cuaranlocsl or monojr rrfumlort. All incillclne furnlhtl ready for ne no mwrtMirt or injurutti maulcuien unnt. No cHHiuuloii rroru Mislttesn. patients ut a dlilKca .ruieuby JHiill uti.l cixure.tB. Mrrilclnttmovurywrinro, free from ctu or breakage (Charge low Ufrr 0J.J90 tsos curort. Ago uml vjcicrlonr nro Important. State ypur I u.nitv uurt neud for terms. Consultation free uud conlldentul, ncrsonllT or br latter. mm. nnl SemifiaL Weakness C.nvs -.!! rlo?- r-3A tho rnsultB ijei.Uua E.WCJLserlL.j 0f yotitljfut folltes tinU fzcefis cmtti ; ti t n h t loaxcn urn) lots of H'iitial porrcr Uniilcs imil tilott'iM ot thu face, i'0'. fiifo lilcai and force fultiotiH, bnshf...

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. — 28 August 1908

I The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 9 uskogge, Okla., Findayj, ;ugustr 2S, 1908. JVo 46 EQUAL JUSTICE TO ALL MEN WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE OR COLOR THE DEMAND OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Contrast (if the Attitude of the Democratic Leaders and parly. KEPUHMCAN SENTIMENTS "The Republican party lias been for more than fifty years the consistent friend of the A merican negro. It gave him freedom and citizenship. It wrote into the organic law the the declarations that proclaim his civil and political rights, and it heleives today that his note worthy progress in intellgence, industry and good citizenship has earned the respect and en couragement of the nation.. We demand equal justice for all men, with out r g.rd to race or color; we declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement of the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth amend ments to the Constitution which were designed for the protection and advancement of the Negro, and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his disfr...

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. — 28 August 1908

Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWIKK, IMIU MUSK0G1CE, OKLA, Dangerous; Exhibitions. Tli a time Jiiih coniu for a note of framing legnidlng certain public ex hibilluiiH that mo becoming Inci easing ly popular those wlieie tlio performer cams his livelihood by dellboiately i taking IiIh life. Tlio intoiost to the onlooknrH in theHo performances artaea fiom tlio fact that llfo for a moment hangs by a hair. Agility, mnacnlaiity, beauty of movement bave become aec ondaiy, whether the feat la "loaning the loop," tiding the blcele ioind Hint lound the sloping sides or a lingo basket with no bottom to it, 01 taking cbances In a cage with some wild beast. ,11 is one and the same appeal to something within ns that ciaves .unhealthy excitement. It is tine that the "gladlatoi" In these days doea guneiully' escape with bis life, but the quality of the amusement demanded pioves us akin to those fai off anees tois whose one Idea of a good holiday wns a batch of Chilatlaus and plenty of w llct beasts. Not...

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. — 28 August 1908

HOW TO REMOVE STAINS. Obstinate Cases Can Be Remedied by Following Instructions. All stains should bo removed ho foro the articles are washed, and tho sooner tho stain Is treated the more readily It will yield to the treatment. Pour boiling water through fruit stains, when obstinate soak with a solution of oxalic acid. Wash pe troleum ointment stains In alcohol, paint in turpentine or alcohol, varnish In alcohol, grass and other green stains In alcohol, keroseno or molas ses. For blood stains use white of an egg In cold water or spread on raw flour paste and spread In the sun. In tho case of milk, cream sugar or sirup stains, soak In cold soft, water. For wheel greaso or machine oil stains should bo rubbed with lard and al lowed to stand a few moments, then they should be washed with soap and cold water. Tea, coffee or cocoa stains should be removed with boil ing water, and If obstinate use the so lution of oxalic acid. OEUFS A LA NEIGE. Confection That Is Popular with Chefs In Fran...

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. — 28 August 1908

w trie ijVLoTBf?, H. TWINE .... Editor. Published Ererj Week in the Interest T the Negro by Oitiietcr Publishing Co. Kntered nt the Post Office at Muskogee. Oklu., a h Second Class .Mail Matter. FOR PRESIDENT WLLLIAM II. TAIiT. FOR VICE PRESIDENT JAM-ESS. SIJEKMAN. Tho immoral dons of South Second Street Must , if wi have lo swear out, Ji complaint -ieh day. "Clean them out, is i.nr slogan. Tlio city police an; after the t mhs and disropuialo persons who infest South Second street, ,,ikI they aron;ht. If sporting li uises must run t.liey should hi driven from tho business section Wither the decent places must ;.) or the tough ones must quit, si ikI wo are not. in favor of turn ing South Second Street over as .1 kud light District. Clean them out. The host, people of the town white and black are in favor of law and order. A REBUKE FROM TEXAS The vigorus protest, of vari ous ex-Uonfederato. orgauiza lions of Texas against, the hul.chery of innocent. Negroes in Springfield, III., refle...

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. — 28 August 1908

! iMiijiec -'- Tsr THE SEASON'S GOODS AR T. MILLER, LO A N K U 0 1C K i IjO.mus on all Articles ui Value. 105 South Main Street r NOW IN DEMAND MUSKOGirJO, Ll. TICK. L- en -w x-i oVT c: T : t ts Gaiden Howe, Ifs Jfori s iei tc: r?., JFiw Tiling; r"eicT:ls Ci"oquet St, ell of "wT-LioXi re Heive And don't forget, we .ire tlie I.irgest den lets fn Mus kogee in Fine. Buggies, Harness and Wjigons all kinds and styles. rlookerHendrix Hardware Co. SUCCESSORS TO HUBER HARDWARE CO. 1.37 - PIIONKS - 7S 4 4 Official Statement of the Condition of the flomniGpeial fa.ioiyi OtinU, Apa.ion'l jIusliocjGO, Indian TQi'i'iioi'j,), At the Close of Business, Thursday August 22, 11)07. KICSOUUCES Loans and Discount l,00S..i(;-.. Overdrafts o. 140. 62 Bonds and Premiums 202.000.00 Ken. Estate, furniture and Fixtures 10..)7.r.08 Cash and Exchange 310.713.79 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits l.(587.1i)!)..l5 S 200.000.00 o2.iM0.o-l 200.000.00 1. 2.-M. 2.32.1)1 1,787.11)9.45 The ab...

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. — 28 August 1908

QUITE SAFE WITH HER. One Secret "Tootsle" Surely Never Would Pass Along. "John, love," snlri tho young wife, "you oughtn't to have any socrots from inc." "Well, Tootslo?" "You go to lodge meetings, and you never tell me anything abut them." "Thoy wouldn't Interest you, dear. I don't mind giving you the password, though, If you'll promise never to (lis close It to a living soul." "I'll promise never to tell It to any body." "Romemhor It's to ho repoatod only once and very rapidly." "I'll remember. "What Is II?" "Aldaborontlphosclphornlostlcos." "What? Please say It again, a lit tie slower." "Havo you forgotten tho conditions already? I said 'only onco and very rapidly.' " (Tearful pauso.) "O, dear! I wish you hadn't told me!" A GOOD OLD FRIEND. Tho Gumpot Well, you follows can say what you llko about tho editor. For my part, I always stick up for him. Honesty No Bar to Fortune. II Is a mlstaako to think thnt vast fortunes cannot he built tip by honest methods. They can and often arc....

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. — 28 August 1908

HORTICULTURE SPillii HOME-MADE HAND CULTIVATOR. How One Farmer Made the Garden Work an Easy Task. I made a hand cultivator which does good work lu the garden, writes 1 11 Handy Garden Tool. a correspondent of the Farm and Home. Old plow handles, a, may be used, but they will need splicing, as shown at b, to five feet long. The hoe, or scraper, is shown at c. This should be made of a piece of tem pered steel and brought to a sharp edge. I used a plow wheel, but one can be made of two-inch boards fas tened together, then cut on a circle, and a piece of band iron put on for a tire. PLANT THE RIGHT TREE. Write and Get Information from the Agricultural Department. In every region of the United States there Is at least one forest tree, and generally thero are several forest trees which can be planted with a complete assurance of commercial suc cess if the plantation is properly es tablished and given proper care. The government has made a very careful study of most of the forest plantatio...

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. — 28 August 1908

DR. HEPiDERSOiSi Gil to 818 WALRUT ST., KAflS CITY, MO. ThttOld HrllnbU Doctor-Olricat In nv d loajrnat lorafft. I . "niiiimi. in umiiing, ur 83 i earn' h.tlil prnnU .. .w........... ..u... vny. ESTABLISHED 1007. Antbnrlr4 ttin Al . . . ..... -- i-nrnnin unrirnitn inri vnnnini nnnnim toiuio 10 ircat mi UlllUlllU, noirUUJ QUU 0USUIC1) UldVddUOr Cnren guaranteed or money refunded. All raudirlnnii ttirnlahvd ready for use -no mercury r.r InjurloiiN tnedlctiicn ujLd. No detention from ltusltio.ii. Patlunu.ua distance ireuipd by ciull und ox pre. M-ilielm went avervwheio, fr.-c from kui or bn-afcuro CuarceUow. (Mrr CVloO caes cured. A'e und txpcr1nc are linuorr-Ht. State your case und senA for terrn.i. CouvulUtluii fre und couflduntlal. ticrioumlv r br Utt.r mill Somina! VoaEcnoss Sexua3 DobiHtv. !.,,:,"JM J , ... , " ' . J. ........, k1 lumen uiiu cueii unntiii.( muil losxr i und 1(HH of mullil nnrir i.u. ..!. n.wl M li'otciipn on the face, cotfusr.i idv.i.i nnd u iint'i.ii-icBB, uuauiu...

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. — 4 September 1908

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 9 jliuekogoe, Okla., Friday, Soptomber, 4, 1908. jVo 4,7 Br FLYNN SCORED HASKELL AT MARIETTA MARIETTA, OkIa.r Sept. 3. The Joint debate here, during the past weokr between Governor C. X. Has kell, representing the HaskelL-Dryau Democracy, and Dennis T. Flynn, Re publican nominee for United States senator, resulted in a severe drub bing being administered to Haskell by tie father of the "free homes" bill. All along the line he presented Haskell's record in a manner that brought applause even from a' crowd that was made tip on the ratio of sixteen democrats to one republi can. Asking Governor Haskell when he re moved is trunk from Wall Street and sowing where Haskell was sleep ing and. hobnobbing at Denver at the time of the national convention, with the members of Tammany Hall the owners in New York City of the (ca trust. Mr. Flynn also referred to the $60,000 suit brought against the governor by the Illinois Steel Company and. showed how the gov ernor's att...

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