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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 April 1909

. -" WORTH MOUNTAIN OFQOLD During Change of Life, says Mrs. Chas. Barclay Grnnltovillo, Vt. "I unit imsliiR tlirotiirli llioCliiMRuof LifonndHiifTcrcd fiom nurvonsni'Hi aiKlotlicriinnojIiiK Byiiiitomi. ninl I can truly Bay Unit Jitliai:.rIuUli:iin'n vuffolnulo Com. pound lua provrtl worth mountains of gold to mo, aHlt restored my health and BtioiiKth. I never forget to tell my friends what JjullaJU'lnklintn's Vccatnblo CoiiidouihI lias donu for mo tlJirhiB this trylnp period. Completu icstorallon to health nicaiiR ro much to mo that for tho Baku of other HiilTr r inij women I am willing to mnlco my troubh) public so jou may publish UiIh lottrr." Hits. Oiias. llAiitLAY, I..RD.,GranHeillc, VI. No other medicine, for woman's ilia has received such wldc-sprcad and un. nuallllcd endorsement. Jfo other nit tl Iclno wo know of has Biieh n record of cures of fnnalo Ills as luis Ljdla 13. I'lnkham's Vegelablo Compound. For more than i'O jears It has been surhiff femalo com)ilalnts tiiich as ...

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. — 9 April 1909

& MayCYcnAawcv; ovctcowxo by ToTasQTvaevTViwias ssaaV&gws,TuVy Wt$co oxaVvvt tteme&ySjiiujp ojrtxr cj ScnwacH ewaAcs aveo$niiK$iQx WsdaVysoVta asaKo xvatoitc may be CrcAuaWy &spenv&w ukwwo longer ntxdc&.as c WX ej vmcdiCo &vwccprcv atcoassst Tawe,cKvaw. o sWimuw JutvcVvows ,vvcWvxs dcml Y(v mctaty uoti proper xwvinsuetv, proper joxs.and tvfcVtYwwfc $wtay. To'tobttvoXcjJccUaWyjbuy ttte 6ccviVnfi, CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. 5010 DY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS C4lCSlIC0M.Y-fttCUI.AR PRICE 50 PER BOTTLE Western Canada the Pennant Winner "TheLast Best West" The government 01 Canada now gives to every actual bot tler 100 iicrc.v of m hiilirtivJiif Innd froo and nn additional 160 acres at $3.00 nn ncre. The 300,000 contented American settlers making their homes in MVsiorii Cimmln is the best evidence ol the superiority of that country. They arc becoming rich, growing from 25 to 50 bushel'! wheat to the acre; GO to 110 bunh els out3 and 45 to CO bushels barley, be sides ...

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. — 9 April 1909

The Cimeter W. II. TWIN 13, l-Mllor. A. .1. HIAITN HUMAN, AilvurtlnliiK Mnnngor anil TrtVullinr ARI'llt. 1ii1illn1ici1 1'Jvnry Week In tin It) lorunt if tlm Negro liy tlio Ulnudtr I'uiiiitihiiig Co. Hutort'il ill luigeo, Okla., Mutter. tlio Pofltorrico iii IIH HCCOIUI (JIllBM Mint. Moll PRETTY LOVING CUP FORMED OF HEATHEn, 18 QUP POSED TO BHINQ LUCK. 1it AVaoic i tvniTiMittAiiomniAiincni! it i 9i 9 t k. m. - ..-. ' " LDtiO tiS.... U Yiui iEiliiiiiiifilfrS II 1 1 II Mil I II II II 111 II III HMT-tlll III I III II III (II II I I III HUM II II I WLMmmamm) 'H'AfoGICsK ANO T1 AltVOTHAIUM I tntrs- MAILED apnoSVds.22 StHOMOHtYIM POttomCt MOMtYOROtB- A allUlUrt toMAlfeShampooDrnrCo TVtnm'Apolij.7wTirf ruT'iHii.iioii, Revival at Muno. Tlio Kii'iitcHt revival lliio lniH ov or Inn Ih going ti In tlm I-'Irr riirlHtlnti clmrcli, loci by Huv. Nnthnn o JiicUh iiikI Hojt of Toxiirkann, Toxi IClKty-nlntt ntldltlouH to tlio ehulf'li, Hovxuty-llvo ImptlMiiH, mill It In Rtlll going on. Itov. Illiinl, t...

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. — 16 April 1909

v VOL. 10. MUSKOGEE, OKLA., APRIL 1(5 I MM). NO. 23 The Muskogee Cimeter. J THE DEMOCRATIC WAV. The following from the speech of Representative Dalzell hIiowb that tho democrats when In power adopt the same tactics as do the republicans in order to expedite legislation: "Mr. Speaker, I shall not delay the committee. 1 have only a single ord to say In conclusion. The con Hldcrntlon of a tariff hill by a spe cial rule is nothing new In the his tory of tariff legislation In this country. The McKlnley hill was con sidered under a rule. The Wilson hill was considcrrd under a rule. On the 5th or January, ISO I, the democratic party then being In con tiol of this House, a rule was In troduced which provided for the con sideration of the tariff bill then landing, known ns the "Wilson bill." That rule' provided that on January 10, live days thereafter, general de bate should close, and on January 25, fifteen days thereafter, tho hill should be reported to the House, the previous question con...

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. — 16 April 1909

, Lights Freights g W. IK JACOBS Jerry Bundler (IVpjrltfht, lH.nl I. Ural ( nnii ) It wanted a fovv nights to CliilstmuH, n fCHthal for width tho Ntnnll market town of Ton heater wim making ex Icuslvo propitiations Tho nnrrow nt reel h which hnil boon thronged with ptoplo woro now nVnoHt deserted; tho heap Jack fioin London, with tho lointmnt of breath loft him after his rvonlng'n oxertloiiH, wan making foo Mo altomptH to hlow out hln naphtha lamp, ami tho InHt nhopR opon were rapidly dosing for tho ulKlit. In tho comfortable coffee loom of tho old lloar'H He id, half a dozen gucHtH, principally commoicliil tiaol ciH, wit talking hy tho light of tho lire. Tho talk had drifted from trado to polltlcfl and poll Urn to icIIkIoii, and ho bj cany Muges to tho Hupoi natural. Thrco ghost HtorloH, novor known to fall before, had fallen Hat, Muro wna too miicli noise outside, Joo much light within Tho fourth Htoiy wiih told h) an old hand with moro iuicccbh; tho Hlrccts worn unlet, and ho had...

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. — 16 April 1909

KEEP BABY HEALTHY; FREE No child can bo well and strong Unless Its bowels move regularly every day nt tho Banio hour. Such regularity promotes good health. Ono passago is absolutely necesanry, whllo two aro not too many. There Is one remedy that la cape daily adapted to tho needs of children, and which thousands of American mothers arc usiritf to-day, nnd that is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Ponsin, tho grcnt herb laxaHvo compound. Its gcntlo action, so frco from griping, its tonic effects, nnd its perfect purity, vouched for to tho United States aovornment, maken it an ideal children's laxatlvo -tonic. Mrs. M. F. Cash, of Webb, OIla., la nn liMlmc frlontl of tills wonderful chilli's remedy anil sho says ho could scarcely keep house without It. Sho becnnio ac quainted with It tliruURh Ur. Caldwell's offer of a freo trial bottle, which she found so effective on her baby that sho now always keeps It In tho house. Mrs. K. I. Stout, of Louisville, Ky., also nrst used It In a freo sample, then b...

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. — 16 April 1909

HWtw The Cimeter W. II. TWINK, Hill tor. AT .K SI MTU HUMAN,- AdvcrtlHln MtumRcr nntl Trivullnij Agent. I'iiIiIIbIio.I l'vcry Week In tlio In tcrost of tlit Npbio by tho Cimeter 1'iiIiIIhIiIhr Co. Kiilorcil nt lli I'oHtofflco nt Jim koROo, Okln., nB Second CIiihh .Mall Mutter. The First Man Stranger Meets. Tlio Hi si ncroon whom a HtrniiRor Ai"om In InndlnR fiom .Blilp, hont or railway enr In a Rrent city Ih n minium, snd tho treatment ho receives from lint person ycnornlly flxca IiIh notion )f tho city and Hh people, and com nonly calls for Imprecations and tie iiiuclntloiis, wijh tho New Oilcans "Icnyune. Of course, It Is not tho cane. ltH Rie'.tH who aro expected and nro ipoelally mot hy frlendH, hut It Is tho fate of every atraiiRur who wants to get to a hotol or other destination and does not know the way and would hire r cah. It Ih true them aio laws regit I.iIIiir the charRes for hauling passen gers, hut tho nti angers aro Ignorant of theso laws and as they aro not posted in ...

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. — 23 April 1909

tf ,V"-A HBU VOL. 10. MUSKOUKE, OKLA., APRIL 23 liMH). NO. 2fi The Muskogee Cimeter. n 5i Mil DEMOCRATS IN FAVOR OF REFERRING ELECTION LAVA Many Business Men Signing Petition Believing Taylor Measure Is Detriment to Oklahoma. Guthrie, Ok., April 21. Reports nro being received from vailoiia elec tion preclnctH thioughout the Btate, and In almost every luutnucc it Is Kliown that business men of Intelli gence, Irrespective of party affilia tions, are Hlgnln;; the petitions to Governor Charles N. Haskell, asking IiJb to call the election leferrlng the Tavlor election law. The general opinicii among the better clnss of democrats Is that the Taylor law is a detriment to the state's growth and development and that Oklahoma Is not seeking notoriety. HubIucss democrats, generally, look pnon the law as 'bad, selecting no special features or provisions of it to condemn, but believing as n whole it will result In no good to the state If permitted to become u statute. They believe the people wil...

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. — 23 April 1909

GENEROUS. Ff Ol Clarence Dubb May I have this iancc, Mlis 8haj ly Mis Sharply Certainly! I don't want It! Won't Turn Loose. "I Insist on sayln;; that Hunt's Light' Alng Oil takes botd quicker and lets go slower of aches, pafas and sore placet -than any other liniment I ever saw. It Just won't turn loose till you're well " ""I ncTer haTe a little ache but what I slosh It on And ere I get the bottle corked that little acho Is gone." C. W. JACKSON, MarWe Hill, Mo. Cutting Humor. With cap and bells Jaastiaz, he fcnrst Into the ScV;'s prMesee. "Hare yo bard say last Joke, your majesty" he cried "l haTe," wis the rep'y, aj the royal ax descnid oa the neck of the court Jester L.fe S ! r. ALCOMOL-3 PER CENT XVeCctobte Preparation for A3 similalirrg ite Food and Reula img ItwrSloBwichs and Boxvls cf fiiN K.I i tlLTlUlLBilllllHliM 8 8 Promotes DigcsL'on.Cheerful nessamlRcst Conlains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral Not Narcotic Wp sou DrSAMiamaiat I S: A'mMJtSmKi - flpftrmfi -H'm Jul B e ti...

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. — 23 April 1909

POTATO MAKES PROUD BOAST. SAVING PAINT MONEY Humble Vegetable Used forMany Oth er Purposes Than Recog nized Dinner Essential. Whenever you lick n poBtnRo stamp J'ou partnko of me, slncu nil llckablu gums are tnnilo from ilcxtrlno, one of my products. Your neck enrcsses me nil dny for the Btnrch that stiffens your collar Is tnado from the potato. Tho bono buttons on your under wear nro probably "vegetable Ivory" compressed potato pulp. My leaves, dried, mako n Rood smoke. You havu often smoked them "unbeknownst," mixed with your fa .vorlto brand. Potato spirit 1b n very pure alcohol. It is ucd to fortify whlto wines. Mnny n headache Is not so much duo to the grapo ns tho potato. I yield a sweet syrup. In this form I nm often present In cheap cocoa, lioncy, butter nnd lard. Let tho corpulent try ns they will, they cannot eacapo yours truly, TIIK POTATO. A Grateful Customer. I suffered for four years with eczema on tho ends of eight of my fingers. Had It so Ions my fingers drew up nnd ...

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. — 23 April 1909

-' Mt The Cimeter V. H TWINE, Editor. """"" A. J. SIMTHEKMA.V. Advertising Manager and Tnvullng Agent. Published Every Week In thi In lorost of the Negro by tho Clmc'tci IMibllMhln Co. Entered at the I'ostofflco at Mm kogeo. OXIa.. as Second Class Mail Matter REPUBLICAN TICKET. Municipal Election, April 27. For Mayor Ira I Kvm For City Clerk Morgan Caraway Far City Treaurer Mtirra) G Sells. For CHy Marshal Chrle Klnisey For Police Judge Z. T. WUIrond For City Afwesor Hort Pitts For City Attorney V. V. Itnnipb ondnlll. For Street Commissioner V. II. Ilnrpur. For Treasurer Hoard of Education J. II. Chandler. For Councllmen. First Ward James Klnp, Felix Winkler. Second Ward W. T. Granger, H. F. Stewart. Third Ward Grant Foreman, J. L. Huff. Fourth Ward G. W. Selhold, (Con lusted). For Members Board of Education. First Ward Myron White, S. W. Alkcu. Second Ward A. W. Honnell, J. N. Wilson. Third Ward D. X. Fink, John 1). Ilencdlct. Fourth Ward C.' C. Hutte, J. X. Wilkinson. PROVISIONS F...

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. — 30 April 1909

" i'5S'H"" ? - v . The Muskogee Cimeter. i , 'f i MUSKOGEE, OKLA., APRIL 'lix lflOJ). VOL. 10. NO, 25 jr THE PEOPLES STORE Street-Eicholtz Furniture Company It is a pleasure to invite you to this big new store where you have plenty of light and space soyou can see just what you buy. There is always plenty here to select from. Visit our furnished rooms on the third floor. itlj jltv pptij inrjM i m Tin ro)iil)HoiuiH who expected 1tni onntle ou8 got fooled, ns usual, 'flu democrats never do thnt hind of business on election day Rev. .1. :. Toonil of Gnthrlo was In the eltj Wednesday. Tlio Iti In having imich huccosh In Guthrie. He wns fornieil pastor or A. M. K. Church at this place, remaining hero the lull time allowed liy the church. Nov. Toombs had the confidence ami lopped of the bettor clans of people of all races when ln lived hero and we predict the H.uno Tor liltti In Guthrie. Tin democrats had a new campaign manager and u trick waa turned before our fellows got onto IiIh stylo...

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. — 30 April 1909

CAOE SHOWS UP EDUCATIONAL TEST FALSITY. Sbaa OkU- Apri' Zi TaJV abwt yerar -dacafJoaal Viu ld Cash Cad?. reaabMcaa natioaal coa fnunac. today, "tie daocrat -ko JaapM to b hi dliiater -1tii Cor tbot Hukell aad Bis macMn- rta?. will adrstaad Jost -what ti Taylwr ribbon baHet election Ur aas la tint rtwxU lot I tH yon tM U was paJtM to eri'VaiUi tie Hm 1c Ht win of tie d"2ocrxcy fa jxer t tie excltukm of eTrtfch5 saad f every other bra&d -t m opt to tk Taykw rfbUra batkf. election la for tb reajwa tiat U &m ti party ia poer, tie ijot raor. atnolate ooatrol orer lie l pie of tb fUte it does not asaa only tiat the rrubHcaa, or ociaHt. or rtber party U In danger be of this peralckw l-. but it strei h rnTeroortie one maa W to make a martyr of any dW of the deraocrauc party taai naw mj avecare a nomination by tie l,? ihst Hoe- not like Tor Initaace. the firt three, foar or more name on tie ballot caa . democrats. Tie iord cold be pax.vrd down tie Mne to deaocrat. and by counting tir...

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. — 30 April 1909

LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN FREE Thero is a great difference in the purposes to which a lnxntivo should bo put. Tablets and pills, Baits, etc, aro usually violent purgatives or cathartics, and altogether too power ful for tho nvcruRo person. A woman at all times needs only a mild laxative in fact, none other Is needed by nnyone, woak or strong though they may bo, for tho object is simply to move tho bowels, and if n gentlo laxative will do it, what is tho iiso of u violent one? Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ropsln has earned a woll-dcuorvcd voguo among women and children and old folks people who must necessarily be euro ful of what they take. It la a lUjuld laxntlvo tonic nnd ml mltteUly tho Krentost ntonntch, liver nnil bowel remedy before tliu American peo ple. The price Is only M cents or l u bot tle, as It conies In both sizes, and nit druggists sell It. Its pluiisitnl tnstii mid Kentlo action ninka It an Ideal remedy for women In constipation, torpid liver, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn...

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. — 30 April 1909

The Cimeter W. H. TWINK, Editor. A. .1. SIMTHKUMAN, Advertising MnnnRcr mid Tnvullntr, Apcnt. Published Kvcry Week Iti tho In loront of tho Nogro hy thu Clmftor I'iiIiIIhIiIiik Co. Kntcrc-d at the I'oHtofTico at .Mint Kokco, Okln., us Second Clnns Mull Matter. Promote Rural Progress. Delegations from thirteen BtalcB of the union havo already heen up. imliltoil tfi nttiMiil tint noiithweHt In- terBtato coiihiiIhhIoii on country life which linn neon called to meei ai Utithrlo on May 5 and 0 hy Htnto Supcrinlcndcnt K. D. Cameron and Governor C. N. Ilnnkcll at the In Htauce of thu natlonar commiHBlou "on country life. HoprcBontnUvim will lw Hinro from MlHtimirl. Arkan- nas, Louisiana, Tcxtm, Now Mexico, Kiiiibuh. Arizona, caiirornin, .noviuhi, Coloiado, Utah, MIbbIbbIppI and Ok Inluimn Tim rmmtv HiltterllileniletltH In all the Btatoa mentioned havo heen asked to call meetings In all of the cshol houscH on April .'ID for tho purpose of organizing local cl'il)H to cooperate with the state...

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. — 7 May 1909

The Muskogee Cimeter. tm VOL. 10. MUSKOGEE, OKLA., MA 7 1000. NO, 2( CHECOTAH TO HAVE PAVED STREETS. Contract Has Been Let and Work Will Begin Soon. Tho cltbous of Checotnh nro hooii to bo blcB3cd sltli n system of paved stroqtB which will do credit to the town nnd largely Increase the value of property there In n few dtis now the woik will begin which will rmke that town one of tho most benutlfnl on tho Katy line It Ih now generally believed that Checotnh will lme n booming fu ture. The big oil men nro Interested In the town, nnd It Ih already known that several leases have been so cured by them from fanners near there. New additions aro being made to the city nnd a good syhtctn of electric HghtB established. Mr. A. J. Temple la agent for 0110 of these additions and Is offering lots for sale at remarkably low prices. It v.as said last Sundav by n prom inent business man of Checotah, that tho nlue of prosperity there would increase sixty per cent In tho next six months Oil men hno 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. — 7 May 1909

&' A SLEEPS WITH BOTH EYES WIDE OPEN FOR TWENTY YEARS, NIGHT OF DAY QUARRYMAN HA3 DEEN UNABLE TO CLOSE THEM. LIME DUST CAUSE OF AILMENT -Caused Inflammation Which Gradual. y Mado Muscles of Eyelids Pow erless Literally Is "Man with the Open Eyes." St. Toulii. SIcupliiK nml walking, for 20 years, tho eyes of Joseph An derson of this city lmve tiovor closed. When ho lli'H down at night tho IIiIh tlo not gradually relax, iih In tho case of tho normal man. For him thoro nro no curtains which softly fall ovor thu "wIihIowh of tho houI" to shut out tho distractions of tho busy world it round him. Until tho end or IiIh dnys tills strango condition must continue, City hospital physicians nay, kecauso an effort to rontoro tho natural move ment of tho eyelids would forever do utroy hl Right. Anderson Ih CO years old. For 20 yearn and up to two mouthti ago ho was a quarry workman. Tho llinu dust affected his oyos and caused an Inflammation to which ho paid no at tention at first. Though 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. — 7 May 1909

MADE WELL AND STBNG By Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Bardatown. "Kr. T nfrVr. fmni plceratlon and other female troubles for a long time. Doc tors had failed to help mo. Lydla E. Pinkham'3 vegeta ble Compound was recommended, and I decided to try it It cured my troublo and mrulo mo well and stronp, so that I can do all myown work." Mrs. Jos Em Hall, Lards town, lvv. Another Womnn Cured Christiana, Tcnn.U I suffered from the worst form of female troublo so that at times I thought I cotilu not live, and my nerves wero In a dreadful condition. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vege table Compound cured me, and matlo mo feol like a different woman. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vcgotablo Compound la worth its weight in gold to sufTering women." Mns.ilAitY Wool). R.F.D. 3. If you belong to that countless army of women who Buffer from aomo form of femalo ills, don't hesitate to try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vcgotablo Com pound, made from roots and herbs. For thirty years this famous remedy has been tho standard fo...

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. — 7 May 1909

Jtfr-V'HW- "MMI The Cimeter W. H. TW1NK, Editor. A. J. SAHTllElt.MAN. AdvcrttRlng .Miiiincr nnd Trivultng Agent. rubllHhcd Kvory Vk In tliy In torcflt ot tho Negro by thu ClmoUr Publlublng Co. Kntcrc'd at thu J'oHtofTlce nt .Mil, kopec, Okla., as Second CIiibh Mall Mnttur. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE jyjnjra TnADC Marks DCBIQNS CopvniQHTS Ac. Invntitloii li nrotiablr nl.nll lions strict Ir rnnlKl.nUal. HANOBOO ml f rm. otilsal ancr fursocurii I'atcnlt Uif tpicuu nor Iff, jnlcilf nacriam our iliilm free ' inn la pronamy pai.mai Meat ancy furcuriniriati!u. tarn throuih Munn A Co. recclre t. without cliarae. In tha SCKniiiic jntiericati. A handinmrlr lllnitratixt wrakly. IjireMt cir culation of any aelentino Journal, 1 crma, II rnari four monlbl, IHBold brail newijialtr. SUNN Co "B'orr New York Hrancli umco. 6ft r BU WaihlDf ton, 1). U NOTICE NO. 825. In (lie DlHtrlct Court for tho Third Judicial District of tho State of Ok lahoma, at MiiHkogeu Hitting John IIIhIioii, I'lalutlfr, vr. I tattle ...

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. — 18 June 1909

"T,ss V x tpiye Us Your Job Work! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices the'Best. Call Us Phone 143., The Muskogee Cimeter. r .. Vol. 10. Muskogee, Oklahoma, Friday June 18, 1909. No. 32. --r BASEBALL FOR CHARITY. Business Men vs. Professional Men Professionals Win the Quint Watch the Game Next Week. An interestinir bane ball game was played in the IMoueor park' lust Friday by the colored pro- wn, SmlUl .,, is eln,1(M(,,i fessional and business men of bv (Iu, oitVj Mu rjrtl Muskogee. Tlie business men H,.(ot IinH mn (nM,,U(i r(. ,)VlM. had the best ot the game until hvo vt,m.H wlth n tl,pe wol.I Mv the lourth or llfth inning when Sitll ,, ,mi(1c v,.jolw uueinpts the professionals began to warm aml (,.ials lo mnnvu sanies lut up uud show superior science of WH nuver successful. This inon the game. ... .strous parasite, about forty feel At the close of the ninth in- Iolg ,in(1 grown n I(,1IKtl un(n ning the score stood SI to U in fa- lne KV,,tomM of which Mr. Smith vor or the professional m...

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