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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 19 March 1909

$! f-ni v, An Arnerlcnn citizen hns Just boon released nfter being lockcdatip on false arrest for two weokR In n HrltUh Jail In Gulnna. It was nftrr onorgotlc work by this government tbnt ho wm allowed to provo IiIb Identity. If tho case wore reversed, tho British gov ernment would have been in an Indlg nnnt stnto of Insistence on Its nub Jcct's rolense, for thero Is no point on which tho HrltlHh government In so tunnclous as tho rights and liberties of Ho own Htibjccts In other lands. Hut governments, llko Individuals, aro nut to bo n trlllo Inconsistent. 110(1 niiimniu jo Xj.hpijm otp jCjiio 'bj.p 11111(0 JO H0DU03H JO H(lllltl )0H Oil (Mil OJnlIJ, 'pOSnpoJlltlJ H 1t(Hup (II) MOI Ipn o) oiqH8odtu h i pint 'hjumou PIIU llH'tlOJ JO K0HH1IUI pilltl uopppi un H1i njpti( oij kv 'huiooJ Joi unnn jo uot(imj moii it pnidopu hui( llJU,I II I KJOIItt)JO)tl(l llpU.I 0I() JO duo 'Ht) IMH () Ml woqii .woui( noX (rqXutti vm ;Xouiii u pioiioq AlOtt 1IU 'oqilOJU H 0UIIJ.10J popA OJtl 'Htl IHAV OA...

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 March 1909

l-f-HI'' jarsaffi Ji-- T ev '-l IS DAY OF DELIGHT SCHOOL GIRLS ENJOY VISIT THE WHITE HOUSE. TO Ethel Rooievett Has Been the Par ticular Admiration of Theto DelleatoBe During the Recent Social Season. JhIk CROWS ON CAPITAL BUILDINGS. Sweet Httlo maidens nil unwnry (trnlght from n ladles' seminary, ad mitted to tlie White House upon two grand occa sions during the Benson, gloat and glowor and gaze unon President Roosevelt's young est daughter, who, artcr nil, Is but one of themselves, until their cngor young eyes nop, writes a Washing Ion correspondent. Each ambitious little creature realizes In her bouI her own potentiality to bo an Ktliol courted and kow-towed to, tho Idol, uveii pro torn., of tho nation. It's only through a Ituko of fit to that she her self Isn't an Kthel. Sweet little Kthel with tho merry, twinkling eyes and the towslcy hair Is tho matt rhllzation of almost every girlish dream till Helen comes. Then ladles change and all hands round! An altruistic White House mana...

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 March 1909

,j.,,x4wJjmmmmLrmMiw'i n.; fimiessw&ik: THE CIMETER W. IF. TWINE. 'Rimtok. A .1. SMITFIKHMAN, auvt-'rusttiu Mur., anil Traveling Agent. Published Kvery Week in the the- interest of the Negro by the CI met 1 ing Co. tfnleiipd at the Post Ofllce at MtiUogee, Oklu., us Second class mail matter. CLMKTKI. chai'i;kox P.M.V. VOW AddrcNx all tjucst iotin to ('Imp eion, MiiNkogee Cnni'ler, I So. (5. Private addicshes will not he Biv!ii. I. ,). Your question of last week, coiieeiniii" the .Muskogee damsels, is still unanswered. However, we will advance .von this consolation : That if a girl holds herself aloof from vou, one of 1wo conditions must ex ist. Hither vou are unworthy of lier, or she is unworlh.v of you. Content yourself. I. M. You ner right. The "gentleman" should nhviiv.s pre cede the lady when ascending .stairways. S. It. You seem to he fully cognizant of your own rights, hut you should remember that your rights cease when they coiillicl with the rights of other people, lust ...

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 March 1909

fV) 7e Muskogee Cimeter. j 4 ft? t, u VOL 10. Muskogee, Oklahoma, Friday March 26, 1909. NO 2 1. J. W. ADAMS' SPRING OPENING SALE, IBM New Spring MILLINERY. MI i' mi OPENING Muskoke Has Ever Known Never was the showing of millinery so beautiful, so attractive and so low priced. The newest and most charming effects are offered for inspection. OUR SPECIAL r.00 TYimm"d Iltvt ui S2.5C Others from $1.50 up. All hinds of trimmings at very low prices. OUR NEW SPRING Shoes & Oxfords. Have just arrived. All shapes and leathers. Shoes for Ruby. Shoos f6r mama and Shoe-, for Papa. At-lowest prices. See our line. $).L0 Ladies Ox fords and Pomps $1.7r to SJ..")0. J. W. ANNO PNOEM EXT. The announcements apeparing under this head are paid adver tisements and as Midi are pub lished without (lie endorsement of the Cimeter of any particular candidate for the oil ice to which lie aspires. I henib.v announce myself a candidate for City Tax Assessor for the C(t,v of Muskogee, subject to the will of ...

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 March 1909

linSfegjj r-xsr-2T2:rr m,imi,9ti mrpimmmmmm Muskogee Cimeter. W. . TWIHB. MIIM, MusKoorcic, OICLA. The pen point production or Illr mlnf-linm, England, Ih 229,000,000 a week. WrltorB of melodrama tin doubt low (ho Invention of Ilio nolsolesi Rttn with nlnrm, Thcro Ih qulto ti crop of men who "look llko Lincoln," hut lliero tho re .'omblanco stops. An exchange sayH wu tiro threat ened with an orange war. Navel bat tlo, oh? A Chicago miiiil(IUctT1iliiiBulf be cause ho hail gray ImlrH and lacked tray matter, wo flhotild ndd. Tho Wisconsin professor who Bays that nil children nro llnra must lmvo lisngrcoublo neighbors. ir vaitdevillo In nlrBlilpH really In -traduced tho business of Htnr gazing fihould tako on considerable ItnpettiH. Now thoy are using topiTlnddo'st In Now York to effect burglaries. What aro romantic cloporH going to ditV A Duliith inlnlBtur hits invented nn anti-swear stovepipe. Hut why Hhotihl mlnlstere feel the need of such liivon 'lions? Admiral K vims' Btnteinent th...

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 March 1909

i fTHEJllLfl duiUMHiftijW PfiKTSUliSi j. Jtlv H4 Il'llii- 3" itiil!iiiiiiuinli;HPK Cr- Mr. William A. Ilndfcmt will answer guestlons mul i;lvo ml leu 1'UI'K OK COST on nil nulijects pertnlnlnK to tho tubjoct of UulldltiK' for tlio renders of tills paper. On account of lili vldo expe rience ns IMItor, Author mul Manufnc turcr, lio Is, without doubt, tlio highest authority on nil these subjects. Addrost ill Inquiries to Wllllnm A. Hartford, No. 194 I'lfth Ave, ChlcnRo. III., nnd only inclose two-cent stamp for reply. Sometimes four bedrooms are need d. It Is very desirable that chil dren should hnvo bedrooms of tholr )vn for their cxcluslvo UBe ns soon as they nro old enough to Bleep by them selves. In order to get four good bedrooms It Is necessary to build a good-sized house. You can got four little boxeii of rooms In a Hinall house, but It Is never very satisfactory. Mttle bed rooms too often lnck light nnd ventila tion, and these nro two very impor tant requisites. One reason why ...

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 March 1909

tv,w ' fmmhmmmti vH'.r.L.-tu m.ft5ifoyffci''Bw: Jr vWVMiwp-'wjw r "mow1. THE ClVVETER V. II. TWINE, Editoh. A. .1. SM'ITHEHMAN, Advertising Mgr., and Traveling Agent. Published Every Week in the tlio interest of tho Negro by the CimeL fhintr Co. Entoiiud at the Muskogee, Olchi., itin.il matter. Post Oflice at as Second class PIONEER ABSTRACT CO. IOWA BUILDING. This Company makes Absolutely Correct Abstracts of Title, Go there for Conect Information. INe3r.t to muskocee Nnt'l Bonk Muskogee, Otc MARTIN A NO MAHTIN Fresh Groceries and Country Produce Always on Hand. UP'TO-DflTU VtErtT mrtRKBT, Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City on Short Notice. Phone 1054. Phone us when you want anything. 108 Court St. tin Inst two weeks. Dr. .1. M. Davis was nt tending physician in In. Ill cases. VOL- CIMI3TKK CIIAPHKOX UAIN. Address all tpicstions to Chap eron, Muskogee Cinietcr, Ho. (!. J'rivute addresses will not he given. . .S. Send addres for per sunn I reply. H. H. Have ,vou consulted your...

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 March 1909

jLi, CLASHED W1TU (lAMHLHKtf TWINE KOUTH THE CULPRITS. The young, Republicans of Mus kogee vullull a meeting Inst Mom day night for the purpose of or ganizing a Young Men's Repub lican Club. The "Masonic hall was engaged and liillH were put out early in the day Monday advertising the meeting. The promoters of this move were young men representing the best element of citizenship, but a strong rank of gamblers lined up and met them for the vowed purpose of domineering the meet ing. The rough element was about to get the situation under their control, and it seemed that the .young fellows were powerless to lieln themselves. Word was sent to Mr. Twine and he immediate ly instructed them to declare the meeting adjourned. As soon as this was done the courageous editor mounted the rostrum and informed the would-be despoilers that they would not be allowed to hold any meeting in that hall at that lime. They tried to persuade him to accept double pay for the hall, but it was all in vain. One...

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 March 1909

Imwhv Xz &'' bHPpmv 'WPpWW" " W r'jMKtgtu ' "i MJSNnBBrBl IKRMD V M3JS&M.m2lM2KSKJJ&MJ itfwLXlc riQiEERl!1G MLL TMT wr SSuki&S rap SPCTIOf Or THf OROYA mtLPono. The Oroya railroad Iiuh boon called "u lallroad among thu cIuiiiIh." In order to construct It, tlio clilof engi neer, Mr. ISrncst MnllluoBkl, and IiIh UQHlBtniitB resorted to the tuoHl ex traordinary devices and inttthodH. Tliu height iiHccndcd by thin railway In within 130 foul of that or thu minunlt of Mont Hlanc, Switzerland. Thu road bondR upon Itfielt with shnrp angles iih it ascends tlio mountain sides, llko n staircase with ninny tuniH. It plorccH tho obstructing icnlH with 111! IuiiuoIh, which often como together ko closely that they seem continuous to thu trnv olor. Grunt gorgeH had to bo trav ersed nud torrent HtreaniH Himuned by bridges (hut seem to hang In midair. Tho mountain Bides were In several InHtnuccB bo precipitous that t'10 work inuu could only reach tho point at which n ttinnol started b...

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 March 1909

'T ' - a-jWJ TRY CEMENT FENCE POSTS ON THE FARM Are Cheaper In the Long Run Because Once In They Are In to Stay. The iiso of cement for tfco making of fence posts on tho farm Is becom ing qulto general. The material of fers n very desirable BiibBtlfute for timber, which Is now bo expensive nnd scarce. It has tho advantage over wood In that It gives n post that Is not only reasonable In coBt but one thnt Is everlasting, Its strength In trending with age. There Is no do :ay with cement, consequently no re pairing or replacing. And In appear ance the cement post Is all that can t)o desired. In cement tho farmcV has n ma terial thnt ho con use for fence posts and lu unlimited number of ways In Wooden Meld for Making Fence-Pccto with Two Tapering Cldes. construction work about the farm. It Is over ready and icqttlrcj tho omploy nicnt of no oxpeit Inbor. The farmer nnd his ordinary farm help can sue coFBfu'ly handlo cement. Little ex perience Is needed, an the following of n few slmplu di...

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 March 1909

fi 'I itufffif'teX' Z" "trWTrmnur.r . THE ORIGINAL BEAUTIFUL SNOW During the early pnrt of the war' one dark Saturday night in midwinter, there died i x the. Commercial Hospial in (Jhicinati a young woman over whoso head only two and twenty sunn icrs liad passed. She had once been passed of an cnvisablo share of beauty, nnd had been, a s she her self said, "llattered and sought for tho charms of her face," but, alas, upon her fair brow was writ ten that terrible word prosti tute. Once tho prido f rospect- ublo parents, her lirsfc false step was tlio small bc'ginnig o f the "same old story over again," Which has .been the only lifo his tory of thousands. Higher edu cation and of accomplished man ners, she- might have shono in the best of society. But the evil hour that proved her ruin was the door from childhood, a n d having spent a young life in dis grace and shame, the poor friend less ono died tho melancholy death of a broken-hearted outcast. A juong her personal effects was foun...

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. — 2 April 1909

w$r-w JHHII.I I. Uj The Muskogee Cimeter. VOL., 10. MUSKOGEE, OKLA., APRIL 2 1009. NO. 22 i mmammmmmmmm x. : ; 1 1 1 ITrTrnrr-inMnmnWMIflgliWaitl1T81ihiif i " Vf, Tii "',' tfwTinfflsr, iffltt'- CITY TREASURER. Murray C. Sells is running like a wild horBo. Tlio voters every where give him the glnd hand nnd promise their support nt the pri mary. This Is Mr. Sells' flrat at tempt In politics nnd lits popularity hns continued to grow with rapid strides ever Blnco his entry Into tlio arena. There Is no possible show for him to fall. Ho Is Just as sure of tho nomination for city treasurer as anything can be certain In human affairs. Ho has made a clean cam paign and mado many new acquaint ances. None of his friends have Indulged In mud slinging nnd, In fact, his IlRht hnB been mado upon Biich n high plane thnt his opponent must consider It an honor to be de feated by Mr. Sells. LYING EDITORIALS. Some of the negroes who were over nt the Hickory mumping grounds were lately of Muskogee and p...

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. — 2 April 1909

pfs; Tumi. "gg- SYSTEM IS PERFECT ERR0R3 IMPOSSIBLE IN UNCLE! SAM'S MONEY TACTORY. institution Is Proud of the Pact That In (to Entire History Not One Plate Hao Ever Gone Astray. This system of chocks onip1o'il In firovont Itroguhirllles In Undo Sam's money factory, otherwise known ns (ho bureau of engraving and printing r an complete ns huniun Ingenuity tan ilovlno Kneli ill'1, toll and pinto linn a nntn her In sequence stumped upon It and by snhl number It Ih recorded Unr-li uinploju receiving n plnco of steel to work on Is chnigcd with the same b) Kh number and a description of (h engraving to bo made thereon Uu Ih not allow od to leave tho building, sit) a llie National Mnmi7lno, until the saino lia boon returned and cheeked Into I ho nult8 presided ovor h tho cub todlan of dlo, rolln and platen ThlM nlllcci Ih the ropreKontutlvo of tho hoc rotarj of lliu treasury In tho custodian's otlleo complete inoords ami the histnr) of IS 000 dies, 19,000 lotlu and 18.000 platen nro on lll...

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. — 2 April 1909

'W ijmtimimmmmdmtmmmuuEmltMuJulbbJm ttf i i w- In Event of War Great Cities Almost at Mercy of Powerful Few By GEN. JOHN C. UNDERWOOD. J Knife-Eating 5UHED OF "SWORD-SWALLOWING." RETAIN LONGING FOR ROMANCE. Incident Calls Little Trick. to Mind In considering the proper Way to defend u coun try against armed invasion, the first thing to investi gate is whether its wca'tli and dosuriibility of terri tory would engender envy and a eou'tous wish tc M.M70 any part or the whole thereof hy grasping le gions of an unscrupulous military nation; and, goo ondly, as this country is largely senljoiind, to deter mine, whether it has a sullicient navy that could k relied upon implicitly hy its prowess to prelect the land against invasion hy would-he. conquering hosts. Jn the construction of a military force for coast nnd interior home defense hv a commercial nation it I is necessary to consider carefully the host manner of preparing and organizing nn army out of the material at hand, consisting of...

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. — 2 April 1909

HHPHHH SJHK5T53Kr5?SHISJpB7a ;52B3K5i3 ' - --- hUM M" The Cimeter V. II. TWINE, Hdltor. A. J. 3I.MTHKIt.MAN. Advertising Mnnngcr and Trnvollng Agent. IMibllHhed Kvory Week In tho In toroHt of the Igro by tho Clmttir I'llbllHlllljf,' Co. Entered nt the I'oHtofflce nt Mum koKee, Oklu., n Second Clasu Mall Mntter. U8EFUL THINQ8 TO KNOW. the Kitchen. There nro noma homely llttlo rules, tint distinctly new nnd orlglnnl, but oh, so useful! When tho boiling vegctn bio hnH caught, don't try to pry It out of the saucepan and tako all tho burnt tasto with It, but, rather, plunge tho outside of tho auueepan Into cold water a few moments; and when you loosen tho vcgetnblos carefully with a spoon tho hardened burnt portion will re main In the pan. When tho Bmall cakes In gem pans have dono Just a moment too long and uoorn Inclined to slick to tho pans, try tho samo plan, only less strenuously Hold tho under sides of these hot llt tlo pang against a wet tea towel, and tho cakes will loosen at onc...

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. — 2 April 1909

mm WAITING BILL LANGE GIVES SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR WOULD SELL ONE OF HIS LEGS. tract strict POINTS ON BATTING I OUST A LITTLE. f LONCLR AND SHt' VBE here; . COMISKEY PLANS WORLD'S TOUR FOR HIS BALL TEAM Owner of Chicago White Sox An nounces Intention of Taking Players Around Globe. Clmrlea Comlskey, owner of tho Chicago White Sox bull team, Is to take tho club around the world. Tliu "Old Koiimn" bus iiiiiiouncod bis In tcntlon of ninklni; tho trip as soon iib be can not bis business nffalrs shaped tip so that be can be away from home long enough to take the u.OOO-nillo Journey. No specified time has been bet by the owner of the former world's champions, but If ho can get his new ball grounds llnlshcd and move Into them In tho summer of 1910, as he now expects to, bo will start with bis team tho fall of that year. Agents of steamship lines already have called on Comlskey to llguro with blm on carrying him across the Pa cific ocean and landing him In the orient. Since "Commy" learn...

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. — 2 April 1909

wai,':iEJTijgi wim f1- 7a OHHBtV'rfi,ittM I One of a Big Trio ny r. svrjirnn h.udwin, fmft (lor Political Economy, Holloa L'nlrrnltr. I J J-J ,atfl Herbert Tiittle, Tl er'ly, nfloctionnk-Iv known among the htudrnt? ns the "OH 4 .urnuuij wim uiivt. iinrnvj i ? nn itrwiiii -..... . . -- hi clnM on Knglinii iiiitory: "What do m think, r.for, would hnve heen the colinsc of Knglish hntr? if William the Conqueror never had court? over to Kngland?" "(JoM 1ml, voman," roared the profos.or, "1 don't know!"' Estimating Iloowvolt' place in history is much like the converM of this proposition. Anticipating the ultimate verdict of history on gmkJ any great man of the prudent is as hazardous as aptculatitig bout "history that never happened" in the past. To one Hiirvcying the administration of Jlooerelt with unjaondieed rye the work that linn heen accomplished bulks big. When he took office l)i:incf and politics were in eccret alliance at Washington. The stock ticker was installed in the White Ho...

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. — 2 April 1909

'W-nW -jfifZHRl Ji?V" IS THERE WHERE WILL SPEED OF OCEAN LINERS END? THE Last Record Run of One of the Mon ster Leviathans Exceeds the Swiftness of the Average Train. A study In comparison between the speed of the great ocean liners and tho average railroad train lh Interest ing nnd not at all to the embarrass ment of the former. First ono big boat makes a record run r.cross the ocean and then another ono trims that tlnie down until It would seem as though there was no end to tho spied which might be made. The latest and best time Is by tho Mntiri'tiiuln, which made C71 knots 771! miles In n 21 hour run, an average of .'50 18 an hour. This Is n distance further than from New York to Detroit. Why, there arc lets of tra'ns that aro not making as good tlnin i' that. Tho fastest train out of tfii l Francisco for Option tnkes 27V& hours to go thirteen miles further than the Mniirotanln went n 21 hours Hut how long Is this so- of thing roing to keep up? When ii tho time tolng lo como ...

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. — 2 April 1909

--v'j-g! Tafriin V .---: j!-mjL j yh- TTUT -mmmj. . .. . . pJWuAuvrjs sss ETx?SLji .M&KTCeZrffilZSsTvfVfSSMiAKSEw Wfifi3BB-!SfiE3ffilfiHKW! ""' 1" PWWr k" t 'wy p r T , ' . f. . .. ,. . .,., .Lf.'ti"?' HMnrnirrwn n Uf niii i -y. 'Jj r iH County Election Board Defers the Date For Election Registration to April 22-23-24 UNIQUE INTERPRETATION OF TEXT OF TAYLOR MUNICIPAL LAW REGISTRATION TO DE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BE FORE ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, APRIL 27. No registration of electors for the coming municipal election dny, to morrow mid Saturday, jib the text of Uio Tnlor Municipal election 1)111 passed by the recent legislature would Indicate. The county election board In pes hIoii Inst night, read nn entirely dif ferent moaning into the registration mntlor deciding Hint there would bo no registration buforo the primaries, 1mt that tbo iireclnct poll books would be opened for additional reg Islratlor. Thursday, Friday and Sat-iness or absence at the regular roglH urdny prel(r...

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. — 9 April 1909

The Muskogee Cimeter. VOL. 10. MUSKOGEE, OKLA., APRIL 0 1009. NO. 22 REEVES THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Captain C. C. Ayers Brings Up the Rear With a Total Vote of 117. At the closo of tho primaries last Tuesday evening nt 7 o'clock there were ninny anxious hearts among the cniulldatcs, from mayor down to utreet commls!oncr. AH seemed to lie hopeful until the retuniH came in tit a late hour, an nouncing tlie rlctory of some and the defeat of otherH. Captain Ira L. Uoove.i wan nomi nated !y n large majority. IIIHIgoss received n totnl of 1G7 votes, while Captain Ayers, tho gifted orator who roused the souls of the people by his passlounto lectures during thu cnnipnlgu, received 117. The total vote lor Hllllgoss and Ayers togeth er was 271, or .'I9G less than the total votes caHt for Captain Reeves. .lonos, the mnn who declared ho would bo the next police Judge of Muskogee, received u totnl of 2?i otes. This man could not be found , Tuesday during the election. It Is reported that he was see...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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