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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

l' THE, CI METER, Published every week in tno iuterest of the Negro by the Gimeter Publishing Co. Entered at the Post Office at Muskogee, I. T., as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance) One Year $1.00 Six Months..- 60 Threo Months .. 35 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. E. T; HE A RNE, Circulator & City Ed. Republican Ticket. For President, THEQDORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. Are you for or against prohi bition, the battle is coming and we'll bet a nickle (our pile) that the Lincoln Club calls a meeting especially if there is any lubrica ting oil in sight. Wagoner Era promises to give us hades as soon as they can hear from the Guide man to-wit: Perkins. We have waited patient ly for them to hear. We are sat isfied that Perkins is not taking care of other fellow's fights and the cusses must come to a show down or we shall begin opera tion at once, and we are ...

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. — 8 September 1904

-5tv -rrup"' ? fcfr"" " t m- -jfl9rir k - ' FHOM MISERY TO HEALTH. A Society Leader and Club Woman of Kansas City Writes to Thank Doan'c Kidney Pills for a Quick Cure. IllB3 Nclllo Davis, of 12JG Michigan Ave, Kansas City, Mo., society loader and club wo :nn, writes: "I can not say too much In nralso of Donn's KidnOy Pills, for they ef fected a complete euro In a very short tlmo when I was suffering from kidney troubles brought on by a cold. I had sovoro pains in tho back nnd sick headaches, and felt mlserablo nil over. A few boxes of Donn's Kid ney Pills mado wo a well woman, without an ncho or pain, nnd 1 feel compollod to recommend this reliable remedy." (Signed) NEL.LIB DAVIS. A TRIAL FREE Address Foster Mllburn Co., Buffa.o, N. Y, For salo by all dealers. Prlco 50 cts. S Ancient Ann. A man who can't understand a worn 'art's lovo of bargains will feci awfully proud when ho allows a book agent to soil him one year's subscription to a magazine, with tho works of a stand 'ard poet ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

, How to Bolt Roasting Car. J There is but one way to boil roast .Ins; ears. Put on a pot of boiling water and "break" it with a little soda, skim the water, and put in another vessel in order to get all the limo out of it. Add a teaspoonful of granulated sugar, several pinches of salt, and, when the water conies to a boil, put in the roasting ears, cover tightly, and boil furiously till thor oughly heated through from fifteen to twenty minutes and serve hot. It will bo cooked in a way that one can eat three or four ears my husband can and often does eat six ears and asks for more. El Dorado (Kas.) R publican. kiJl Export Opinion. "A husband and wife never really Jcnow each other," mused Undo Jerry 'Peebles, "until he's seen her in curl papers and she's Been him shavin' himself at the kitchen window." Watch Children's Eye., Children in schools should be care fully watched in order to guard against trouble with the. eyes, as shortsightedness is becoming yearly a more .common defect. ...

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. — 8 September 1904

..-' J. W . LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Vs. T. HEARNE, Circulator & City Ed. Mr. James Chiamof So. 2nd St. in very sick, G. L, Trigg and daughter, Miss Minnie, left Sunday evening for St. Louis to visit the Pair. Mrs. Young of So. 2nd St, ha9 been sick but is now convales cent. Rev. wm. Lagrone of So. mc Ailster visited our sanctum and subscribed for theCimeter. A lot 100 x 140 with a two room house on same, for $750 cash. This is a bargain. A 4 room house, and lot 100 x 140, for $1100. See or write w. H, Twine, Muskogee, I. T Miss Kattio Terry from St. Joe, Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennie Rentie, J. (Cooty) Johnson of Wewoka spent Tuesday in Muskogee. Lewis Price of Keota was in the city thia week, E. ft. MoDaniel of So.M'Aleater and other places spent a day with us this week. Hillard Taylor of Boley, I. T. pa99ed through from Ft. Smith, Ark. enrout homo. Steward S. MoCuilough has ac oeptod the position of stenogra phy with W. H. Twine. Mrs. Chap. Ezell of Boyntorj is visiting h...

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 September 1904

MUSK0066 16 GlKltr Vol 5 Muskogee Indian Territory, Thursday, September J 5, 1904- Number K V fl? BROOKS AGAIN Gives Davis and His Man, Fri day, a Hot Roasting. On several occasions the old ring and tlie court house gang have been called on in this nation to stop trouble that has arisen be tween the races, and to the satis faction of all concerned, they have done so. Yes, the court house gang have said that the Negroes can live at Holdenvillc without be ing molested so long as they are law-abiding. Davis and his foul mouthed gang know this. Then what objection have the colored people to the court house gang? it is a foolish idea of any one man to say hard things about men who are spending their money to build up the community, and giving their time to keep down strife and confusion between "the races. The colored men who have lived long enough can and will point out ev ery white man that is not preju diced against Negroes. And it is a fact that the "old ring" of the court house gang...

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 September 1904

s Pi i i III Black Absorbs Heat A French authority had two thor tnoraotorsono of ordinary glass, the other painted black placed In tho Bun. In tho whlto glass tho mercury rose to 144. Under tho black paint It wont up. .to 157 In the same position. Tho inferenco Is that people who wear black coats aro warmer In the Hunshlno than tlioso who dress Ip white. Theory Regarding the Moon. Tho novel thoory of Dr. Volght, I Gorman astronomor, Is that tho groat or part of the moon's craters repre sent work of coral Insocts In long vanished seas. Ho finds that If the earth's tropical ocean wero suddenly dried up tho bod would resemble the faco of tho moon, tho coral forma tions appearing exactly like tho crat era of tho extinct volcanoes. Belated Weddings. The love of indopendenco and the freedom and pleasure of to-day make girls less and less anxious to marry boforo they aro past Ave and twenty. Perhaps it Is hotter that thero should be that disinclination, for our modern life mny fit a woman ...

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 September 1904

"wwj'"W -- ,'i"lfW""" g" -""'"''-'"'"""v I rip A frtMid of tn hm A foe of tht) Trut ' Calumet Baking Powder Oomplloe with ihe Pure Pood Laws of all Statee. Result of Foal Wager. English newspapers tell of a laborer named Samuel Wellington who at tempted for a wager to kisa his toe. In doing so he broke his thigh and had to be conveyed to a hospital. Slightly Poetical. "My experience with Cheatham's Laxative Tablets has been most hap py. They are Just what you say a sure cure for chills. They cast out .malaria and biliousness, drive the blues away; restore strength and ap petite and clear out the well springs of hope." C. Gastrell, Tallulah; La. 25c per box. Catch Words or Phrases. If you desire to get rich quickly, in tent catch-words or phrases that will grip the attention of the public. Big sums are paid for the right article. The inventor of a word now used for a brand of crackers is uald to have re ceived 5,000 for it. Manufacturers of various things from soap to nuts have paid ...

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 September 1904

'' 'yr"""-'"n"f.nt.' o THE CIMETER, Published every wook in tno interest of the Nej?ro by tin? Oimoter Pnbllnhing Co. Enterod at the Post Ollloo nt MuHkogco, I. T., as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance) One Year $1.00 Six Months CO Threo Months 25 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager J.T.TRIMBLE - " - Solicitor. Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana. What lias become of the Wag oner paper over whose destiny the fellow who stands under the cu phonons sobriquet of C. Seth Jones presided ? Octorbcr I has been designated as Indian Territory day at the World's fair. We presume that the interest of the ever-growing Indian Territory will be taken care of and every thing to our advant age will be made known to the civilized world. And of course, some of our folks will be there to take an active part in advertising greater Muskogee and the beauti ful Indian Territory. ...

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 September 1904

i ( ATTACK VALIDITY INCORPORATION OF INDIAN TER' RITORY TOWNS NOT LEGAL JUDGE RAYMOND HAS THE CASEIN HAND A NEW RULING MADE The Katy Railroad Company Bring Suit Against Muskoget Officials Say the City is Not Legally Incor poratedWill Affect 100 Towns SOUTH McALESTBR: The city authorities of Muskogee some timo ago ordered the street commissioner to drain a large pond owned by the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway company. The manager of the rail road have asked for an Injunction from the United States court to re strain the city authorities from in terfering with the company's prop erty, alleging that Muskogee is not legally incorporated, and that tho of ficials acting for the city have no au thority to act as such. Tho petition refers to the officials from the mayor down as alleged officials, and Judge Raymond of the United States court has taken the case under advisement and will hand down an opinion later on. Should the contention of .the rail way people bo upheld it will affec...

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 September 1904

tfc, t &"' W V !" T 15 6 ! fl I. Bt Mather's Soliloquy. This world la such a bubble, duucher know, Pull of twlnls nnd of twoublen, (lonelier know; Ton come to eutth to cwy, You rwow ohhili nnd you sigh, Oldah Htlll and then you die, doncher know. And It's all a hotvwld mix, doncher know. BuolncRH, love and polltlcw, donchrknow; KnuhloiiH, toll Ion. cllquoH und sets, Clubn nnd pawtics, night), wogweti, Stwugglc. slwifc mid ciRnwettoH, don cherknow. Buslncsit? Awl That'll Iwndc, donchrr- know, Something lont or nomclhlng made, don cherknow. You twouble nnd you mope, And you hang your hlghPBt hope On pewhnps the pwlco of roup, doncher know. Polities? Just a lnwk. donchcrknow, Just u nlghtmaro in tho duwk, donchcr know; You peisplro all dny and night, And aftaw all the fight, Why powhupn the wong man's wight, doncherknow. Love? Aw, yea; you meet n glil, don cherknow, And get in Rttch a whirl, doncherknow; Out down upon the llonb To ndoali nnd to Imploah, And it'a nil a how id bonh, ...

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 September 1904

Tr tJWWBMSn'-""'"''JJ'wt"""""" ff,sm '. . ' r. r4" W tSfe WORLD'S MARKET Cotton. GALVESTON SPOTr' Ordinary ...... tfi Middling Good Ordinary to Good Middling Low Middling 10 Middling fair.... NKW ORLEANS SPOTS. Ordinary 7 Middling Good Ordinary 0 Good Middling Low Middling D Middling fair.... Grain. 11K 10 i mi KANSAS CITf . WOKAT. No. 2 red $ 1 Oii No. 2 hard VfM CORK. No. 2 mixed 4",i No. 2 whit 48 OATS. No. 2 . 02 No. 2 rod No. 8 rod No. 8 hard OHIOAGO. WHEAT. 1 10 1 00 100 $103 1 ft!',' 48 4V$ 100$ 1 OS CORK. iNo. 2 No. 2 white... No. 2 yellow No. 2. ,No. 2 white.. OATS. 62 68 62 53 54tf &5 82 'as.; 82H 3!) Live Stock KANSAS CITY. OATTLV. Steers-best $ 5 25$ 6 " -fair to good 8 75 ft Western fed Bteers v 8 7fi fi 6o Stockerrf and feeders..-. 2 5o 4 25 (Southern steers - 8 75. 5 50 Western oowh ..... 2 8 Native cows. ... . 1 5o 4 25 Native heifers .2 60 '4 85 'Balls 2 - 8 60 Calves ,.. ., 2 50 0 IIOQB. Heavy I K 80$ Packers Wgs and lights 6 47 5 60 BHREP. Native lambs -. $4 5...

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 September 1904

F ) (1 OKLAHOMA DAY ST. LOUIS: September Gth, tho day not apart by tho management of the LouiHlana Purchase exposition ad Oklahoma day, was celebrated in a way that will mark it as one of tho moat notable in tho history oE tho ex position. All eyes are turned to Okla homa, and thore was scarcely a vial tor from any section of th3 country who did not witness some part of tho exercises in commemoration ot "the last sovereign state to bo carved from tho Louisiana Purchase." Okla homa was hero in great numbora, unci all looking tho plcturo of health and prosperity, and each citizen of "tho land of tho Fair God" felt It his duty to assist in making this day, oot apart as his day, the best. ' Many Oklahomans who had made "the run" in tho opening were met by friends from their old bonus In tliG states, who had not seen them in the sixteen years which havo elapsed Theso people, a groat many of them, who had left their homea 10 east their lot in the now country, w-aro able at that time to ga...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 September 1904

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. E. T. HEARNE, Circulator & City Ed. H. Sneed of Weleeka is in the city. Mies Ada Sims is teaching at Creek. Mrs. S. Map) is teaohing at Haskell. Mr, Edward Ray of Teoumbia, Ala., is at the Trigg Hotel. Mr. J. B. Parks of Brooklyn, N. Y., is in the city. L. J. Lard of Oklahoma was visiting here last week. Robert Ratcliffe was here pros pecting last week. A. Smith of Wagoner was in the oity last week. Mr, Solomon Gee of Ft. Smith, Ark., id in the city. Mr. J B, Aldridge of Paris, Texas, is in (he city. A. R. Brooks of Tecumseh, O. T., is prospecting here. Mrs. Turner and son of New Port, Ark., are at the Trigg ho tel. H. Dedman of Clarksville was in the city on business Wednes day. Mr, Demie of Tryou. O. T., was prospectin in Muskogee this -week, Mr. Williams of Victoria, Tex. is here seeking a. location for a commission business. H. Washington, Chas. Jones and Chas, Crayaton of Tishmin go, registered at the Trigg hotel this waek. Mrs. Richard Clark, Mrs. Lula Cl...

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. — 15 September 1904

-ra: J tl Muskogee Cimeter. W. M. TWIMB, XiiUr. MU8K0QJEB, . IHD. TER. 3 NstW STATE NEWS. Work has been begun on tho Illks' flow home at Ardmoro. The Citizens' state bank of Kiowa fiaa been organized, with n capital o 125,000. Lawton Is to havo a special day al (ho World's fair. September 20lh has been designated as the date. Okmulgee's now water works sys tem has been completed and will be submitted to a final test this week. Old settlors of Oklahoma county will Aold their annunl picnic at "Wltcher September 17th. The Roger Mills county fair Is to be held at Berlin September 28th, 29tb and 30th. The new cotton gin, just about com pletcd at Watongaf was destroyed by fire last week. The flro Is supposed to havo been started by unknown pni ties. Enid is making great preparations for celebrating its eleventh blrthduy anniversary, which occurs September IGth. Tho stenographers of Oklahoma City, numbering about one thousand, have taken steps for the organization of an association, which ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 September 1904

I .A J fa. x& it IVj? 4 $ Xt v. "" 1 v H ph The Cost of a National Campaign While it la said to havo cost only $200,000 to elect Abraham Lincoln in 18G4, four times that sum was rfpent Jn the Hayes-Tilden campaign of 1870, wihlo in 1888 with tariff as the issue, $2,000,000 was said to have been used by both sides, and the figures havo mounted upward since in some of tho later campaigns. It might not bo without interest at tho outset, there fore, to dwell upon some of the items which go to make up these expendi tures, and to consider first what is called by some the "legitimate cam paign expenses." Tho cost of main taining the national headquarters, with its army of employes ranging from forty to one hundred men and women, has been estimated to be about $3,000 a day. There are stump speakers who receive $100 a week and expenses. Tho distribution of a single speech in printed form has cost as much as $5,000, and there have been campaigns when twenty of such speeches have been deli...

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. — 15 September 1904

T 0""'' "&. The Wild Rid. J htnr In my heart, I hear in ltivttnlnou pulses, . m , All flay tho oommotlen of sinewy, mane- UlriK horses: ...... All nlr..t, irom their cell, the Import- nato tramping and neighing. Let cownrlff and laggards fall backf but alert to '.ho saddle, fftrnlght, F"lni and abrenst, vault our wcnh:r-worn galloping legion, With stlrrur-cup each to the one gracious woman that loves him. The road la through dolor and dread, over cra'gs and nioranfles; Thero are shapes by the way, there are things hat appall or entice ub; What odds? We are knights, and our souls aro bent on the riding! Thought's self Is a vanishing wing, and Joy In a cobweb, And frlendVilp a (lower In the dust, and flory a sunbenm; icro Is our prize, nor, alas! after these our pursuing. A dlpplnw of plume3, n tear, a shako of thn bridle, A puling M'utc to this world, and her pitiful bc'i' y' "We hurry wlln nevr a word In the track of our father's. I hear In my heart, I hear In Its omin ous pulse...

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 September 1904

rgv.v ivyf, n-- r1ilty,,lViyiWffBfwV' .S.,.,. . 4 fluskogee Cimeter Single Copy 5 cents. Muskogee, I. T., Thursday, September 22, 1904. Vol. 5. No. 50. A LITTLE NONSENSE. Tom "And you say she is a great belle V Jack "You bet. Why, she actually has four silk pillows stuffed vdth hair from four different football pluyers." Philadelphia Record. Identical. Mr. Pitt-"It is odd that the lecturer1 motto and the highway man's motto are the me.M Mr. Penn "What U their motto?" Mr. Pittr 'Stand and deliver. Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. Nothing Serious. Tess MI met Miss Le Fevre in Paris. She said she knew you." Jess "Oh, yes. I learned French under her; did she tell tou?" Tess "No; she said you used lb take lesson from her." Philadel phia Press. "There they go," said the fond mamma, exultantly, as her daughter and the count strolled away down the park. "Two souls with but a single thought." "Yes," said papa who wasnt so impressionable. "I think you'Ve just about hit their men. tal caliber." ...

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 September 1904

WssssiWB ,- ." ...-, , T fcJBi T .flniiii Sage Fixes Wedding Date. No Korean couple would think of marrying without consulting tho sago, who flxca tho happy day for them. This ho does simply by adding tho brldo'a ago to tho bridegroom's and after determining which star rules tho dostiny of their united ages, ho do crecs that tho wedding shall toko placo upon tho day sacrod to that star. A Contented Husband. No, my wlfo's not educated, and When sho 'tries to talk upon tho topics of tho day, you'ro apt to get a shock. Sho Isn't up in music, and sho never went to dances, yet whon old enough to marry, sho had a dozen chances. No, sho isn't very handsome, but thon sho takes iho cako when it comes to making biscuit liko mother used to make. Cincinnati Enquirer. Moon Can Turn Meat. From tlmo immemorial tho moon has been popularly credited with tho power of turning rnw meat bad, and Mr. F. T. Bullon, in tho "Sunday nt Home, nnccrta that thcro is truth iu the belief." 4 The Bevll Grows Clums...

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 September 1904

A, i' -vj j f Martyr Chiefs of Russia. Men and Women Who Have Laid Down Their Lives in the Among the clandestine litcraturo now being clrciflatod. broadcast In Russia aro tho leaflets and brochures that relate to tho history and prog ress of the revolutionary movement. Tho Czar's government' expressly for bids the publication of news relating to political conspiracies, attempts at assassination and trials'-of revolution ists. Since tho recent war reverses in the cast the Russian censorship has been somewhat relaxed, especially in regard to messages sent abroad; an other stop forward was signalized when tho "St. Petersburg news'papers were permitted to publish long ac counts of tho assassination of Von Plohve. Yet In. one respect the em bargo of the autocratic system upon news still remains. It continues to bo impossible In Russia to publish bio graphical sketches of revolutionists and ..their doings; as, therefore, tho task of supplying such information VYfi-RA rw .SASSULlCH falls e...

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 September 1904

hSfr &K y. . .my 7- . r V Kl f", r - .- y C ".'M. raj it THE C1METER, Published every week in tnu iuteroit of the Negro by the CI me tor PabHshinOo. Entered At thu Post Offioe at Muekofee, I. T., m second cImm mall matter. BUBftORIPTION: (la adraaoe) One Tear .- . 1.00 Six Month! - 10 Three Months .w........ll W. H. Twink Editor. Jurors have been elected who will sit in eases for the Western District of the Indian Territory at Muskogee. The term of court be gins Oct. 3rd. Senator Stewart is in the Terri tory looking up the condition of affairs, and will have many valu able suggestions to offer to his colleagues in Congress, touching the admission of the Indian and Oklahoma Territories as a state. The Indian Agent will com mence the payment of the loyal Creek claim on October 1st. This will turn a loose about $600, 000 in IVtuskogoe and vicinity. There are a great many Negroes who are loyal Creeks and who will jNirticipate in this drawing. Tho Pheonix man continues to use about t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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