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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 February 1910

THE JUDCt SAID That the Husband Owns His Pay En velope That a Wife Has a Right to Go Through Her Husband's Pockets That a Wife Is Personally Entitled to 20 Per Cent of the Salary That the Mother -in-Law Must Take Care of Herself That a Man's Wife Is Not His Servant That a Married Woman May Go Out When She Chooses That What Is a Woman's Own Is Her Own That One Spanking Doesn't Count That Wedding Gifts Belong to the Wife T Inst wo hnvo It down In black mid whlto Hie pny onvulopo bclotiKH Holely to tlio hiiHtintid; It must liu In vlolnto, FrcHli from tlio Hp of MnRlHtrnto Matthew P. IJreon of Nuw .York city falls this !iowcnt dcclHlon In tlio eternal question who l nnsa, hus band or wlfo. "Loudoa va. Louden" was tlio cam) In tho Ksiex Murkot court for IiIh adjudication. In n word, Mm. Loudus Bought an order dlrectliiK LohIb Lou den, her huabnnd, of 14 Koriiyth Htreet, to rIvo her a certain mnouiit weekly out of hlu $15 pay envelope. Ilurplen wm (hat ho Rave her but HO coutu a day tot- ...

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. — 4 February 1910

J-JL COUNT'S POLE PLANS Zeppelin to Use Two Balloons in Quest. Prof. H. Hergenell, Now Visiting United States, Divulges Details of Proposed Aerial Trip to the Arctic. New York. I'rof. II. Hcrgcsoll of Strasburj;, Germany, who arrled hero on the steamship .loachlm from Klngn- "in. .Jamaica, divulged numorous do tnlls In connection with the proposed Journey to the north polo by airship, planned by Count Zeppelin and him self "Wo intend to exploro tho entire arctic circle." said I'rof. llcrgcsoll. "Two airships, which will bo con Btructed by Count Zoppelln, aro to bo used on the expedition. One Is to bo loft at n relief Htallon In Spitsbergen. The other is to be used In making tho excursions. We will keep In touch with tho relief ntntion by means of wireless telegraphy. "In a fow days I will start for Ger mnny to prepare for the expedition, Count Zeppelin in to begin work on tho largo nirshlp within a year and wo will thou begin tho ttlp as soon as con ditions permit. "From Cross Lay, ...

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. — 4 February 1910

. The Muskogee Cimeter A. Muskogee, TV. I!. TWINE, Editor. J. SMITHERMAN. MANAGER OknI. Published Every Week In tha ! taptit of tlio Negro by the Clmctbf Publishing Co. Entered at the Postofflce at Mu. kegee, Okla., aa Second Class Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.00 Six Mnnthn no Tli mo MoiUIih 35 WASHINGTON LETTER. WnHhliiptoii, I). C It hart boon hub goHted Hint certain wordM bo laid nnldu for n few inonthH In political 1IhcuhbIoiih, and tinnt an effort bo tnndu to enter tbo coiiiIiik cnnipalgn Hlmply n8 ropubllcaiiH nnd deinocratH. Tho words nlludcd to that enn well bo given n rest nro tho following: llegulnrn, IrrogulnrB, Insurgents, Progressives, 'Revisionists, Stnnd Patters, Renctlo'.inrles, CnnnonltcH, Antl-CnnnonltoH, HolterH. Kedtiei'd down to tho Blniplo pro poBltlon of ropubllrniiH vitbiib demo onitfi, It clears tho ntmoHpliero of nil fr.R nnd ndverHO winds nnd makes tbo Ibbiio of tho year a clean-cut ono be tween tho (Irnnd Old IMrty and llry-ii'.iIriii. Tli...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 February 1910

Aniversary Sale J Vs ! Street Eicholtz ! I t : : 4 Tills Anniversary Sale Is the liiunc's' fvont in Hie hislorv of this store; it N the 1 urges t in the number of pieces included, anil the best in the way of values, ever offered in Muskogee. You can easily tell just how much you are saving on each purchase as each article retains the old tag, showing the regular price and the sale price on a hAItOK UKKIOX TICICKT. Throughout this entire stock of home furnishings, these green tickets are to be found, each one denoting a splendid saving to the purchaser. All Carets and Hugs are included at these sale prices; all of our immense stock of Knee Curtains and Draperies at a very lilieral reduction; al most of our en tiii5 stock of quality furniture, is marked with a green ticket. , 4 No matter what you need in the home furnishing line, you can llnd it here in this big unniver.sury sale at a saving to you. Anniversary Sale continues, till next Thursday night cle sold as advertised. Look for ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 February 1910

Free Speech By J AM US F. U) iitHiiml iii-tiiK t of ivtr) believer in liberty must ho (o cr vutli Ficlite: "lt (lie Inilh lx? ?joken though tlic world Ih thou'hy fihitilprod into a tlioiisnihl fragments;" or to fed, t the very It-net, thnl the presumption must he in favor of nholul- free fkhc1i, just ns everything not expressly reserved to the federal authorities in the American constitution belong to the sphere of the slates. A moment's rellcctiou, however, shows thnt this attitude is not always praeticnhlo in 11 world of imperfeetion. There are mhjio (lungs we should nil admit thnt must not be said in puhlii. That unruly eil, the tongue, can no more be allowed unre stricted freedom of action Ihnn nny other member of (ho human frame. The pua- idwilist must ield (he Iloor to the practical slale-maii. It seems obviotif thnt we can ra'iFo no nholutc Mandard either of wlwit legitimate free speech may include or of the right of the authorities lo iinM it. Thr Anglo-Saxon distrust of gen...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 February 1910

iV Uncle Sam Gets After the Loafers NEARING TIME FOR THE SPRING PRACTICE BALL PLAYERS SOON ON WESTERN AND ERN TRIPS. TO START SOUTH- LYNCH BARS FAMILIARITY 117 A! TV alve economies In the executive departments of tho gu vera men t which the administration la eecMng to ap ply, will penetrato to the remotest lections of tho country. Not only ti the work of the d'epartments In Washington being analyzed, but every public office in every state will rcioUti tho tamo treatment. This will Include every mint, especially the big, mint nt Philadelphia, every custom house, ov ory Internal rovenue oinco, every post office and all other offices where the public money Is expended. The promise- was mado by Senator Aldrlch, dur ing tho tariff dobates, that a saving of from 25 to 40 per cent. Is possible and tho administration Is aiming to reach thoBO figures. This means that preparations are being mado to mako many consolida tions whero work heretofore has been duplicated. In fact, some of these con...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 February 1910

- m - jfkl .- ,4, J I. ' J f I & i V ,.i , ' A. L rt1 m 7e Climax of Real Value Giving is Reached In The New Phoenix Offer Of Hart Schaffner & Marx Stein Block & Co.s Fine Suits THA T FORMERL Y SOLD FOR $40.oo, $35.oo, $30.00, $25.oo And $20.oo FOR $12.50 $40.oo, $35.oo, $30.oo, $25.oo And $20.oo ' tt ( V l, Xo,( V V New Phoenix Clothing Company Finest Store For Men and Boys in Southwest . One Price Plain Figures . ON NORTH 2nd ST. 107-109 V ' J 4. '! i t fcc i ,v ' ? s 3 I

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 August 1911

n - The Muskogee Cimeter. OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA - VOL. XII MUSKOGEE, OKLA., AUGUST 5, 1911 No. 42 "-Mini Watch for Our Great Special Booster Edition and See Who Are the Home Boosters ODD FELLOWS MEETING AT OKMULGEE ONE OF NOTE Muskogee Man Is Grand Master and Brings the Next Grand Lodge Home. Delegates and Visitors Made to Feel Welcome In the Old Creek Capital. Tho third animal meeting of tlio consolidated Ornnd Lodgo No. .15 of the 0. U. 0. 0. of Oklahoma which met nt Okmulgee July 2 Mi nnd 25th was a marked success. Grand Master J. K. Toomhs was at all times in nbsoluto control of the situation and was over ready with his winsome courtesy to Bet nt naught any question that scorned to threaten tho poncofulnoss of tho meeting. It was duo to his masterful tactics of conducting the meeting that all the MRS. FLORENCE BANKS. Wife of Dr. I M. Hanks, n prom Inent dentist or this city who has received a commission from Gov, Truce sending her as a dolegato to tho Xutlonal Negro E...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 August 1911

Ot mu$kogct &mut W. EL TWIN!, a. j, aummtMAN, ftfAJM Mask, Published Kirf Wk la ta to trt the Negro by Ui OtoitUr Publlaalui Go. Eaten d at the Poatofflce at Mu kegee, Okla., as Second Class MaH Matter. subscription ftvrirs: Par Tear I.M BU Month M Throe Monlaa M For President In 1912 Elihu Root, o New Addition Named V. S. NIcIioIhoii, City. Donr Hlr: We, your rnmmlttcc, appointed to select a liiiuiu for jour addition lo Muskogee, have agreed that .N'or'Ji Vlow (submitted Ity Mrn. O. II. Smith or man) la the inoat appropriate name. You re, W. W. IIAINS, 1). L. I'AltKIOK, J. N. SHAHS. Tlio above report bIiowh tho notion or tho threo disinterested judges who selected tho moBt npproprlnto namo from a long Hut submitted for tho now addition to Muskogee, Juat north of Hooves addition. These iiioii are all whlto men and Knew nothing of tho prlzo offered until railed In hy Mr. Nicholson to uuilce thu Hclectlou, MKS. 0. 11. HMITIIKRMAN Who nanieil tho Now Addition Tho dimeter congratula...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 August 1911

A 1 y i i oeoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooeooooooooooo Is ! The Abraham Lincoln Life Insurance Co. ' OF OKLAHOMA Authorized Capital $200,000.00 Surplus $ 1 00,000.00 An "Old Line" Company for C.'iored People 9 Rooms 40 I and L. E. MOUNGER President oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooa MMiMiiiiiiiiiiniimiMiiniiimimiiMimiM AGENTS I TO SELL TOWN LOTS Write South Muskogee Town Co. i Estes Building AOOOuOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOW IS YOUR WATCH? Dogh it need dunning and oiling, or repaired in any way? Dn any of your linger rings, bracelets, spectacle frames or jewelry of any kind need to Imj made almost as good as new? If ho, 1 am tlio fellow who will do the work, and guarantee the Maine for one year. Ten years' experience at watchmaking. Try me. I W. V- GENTRY THE JEWELER "&T)TNornrSecond Street, ooooooooooopooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooi MMtMHIIIHIIHIMIIIIIIIKHIIIMMMMIMIHHH l To Our Old Nick has not forgotten his colored friend...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 August 1911

"OWL" COLUMN By "Do Owl A wilt old owl Urea lit an ak. The mora he saw, tat lMt ha apttM. Tho lMii ha spoke taa more lit aeaxtL WBy can't we be llkt that ffli old Dirt? Do Owl tlilnltu thoio'll lio nomcthlng iloliiK irotly hood. .IiihI wall n llttlo while. IL'h coming. lt'ii certainly illHKUBtliiK to Imvo bo many "ktioolcoifl" limiRitiK around, but lt'o lianl to Rot ltd of thorn. Do Owl liciml un Intelligent wlilto man Hn'y, "Tho Negro nH u raco 1b n falluro hecuimo they don't Hllok to each otlior." HoiiihIh Ink do truf. l'coido show Ih gltlng too wicked for ilia liiiril. Do wlmon am false an do men am no botor. Homo day wo all go Ink do KoimitiH went--In a Ij ob a litirr y. Do wlmoiiH not a now style for wearing doy hair dal nutltCH m look Ink n hIi;h for do pawnbroker shop. Three ballB. Eufaula News Itov. M. W. AiiBlln will loavo Wed nesday morning to attend tbo .Sunday School contention to bo bold In Muq- ltOROrt. Wo l egret to announce tbo death of Mrs. Sam Smith Haturdny, July ...

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 September 1911

. r The Muskogee Cimeter, It, 3.00 .W 1.46 OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA -;i VOL. XII MUSKOGEE, OKLA., SEPT 2, 1911, Vj 1 UNION LABOR PROMISES A BIG CELEBRATION NEXT MONDAY 6 - -t '47-r7 ' i No. 46' , r. 4 V I EIGHT LYNCHERS l UCin CAD MITDTiCD Terror Stricken Coatsville Mob POLICE HELPED TO LYNCH NEGRO 1 Pennsylvania Officers Are Making Determined Efforts to Punish Recent Went Chester, I'ii., Auk. -'u. -Rroken by the third degree' of their own ur- lOHt two of thorn IiofiiK Ht 111 in .cus tody and two others hut lately ndcas od four witnesses more or loss closely . participants in tho lynching and burn ing of the negro murderer, Zach Walk er, turned State's evidence today In the hearing before .lustlcc 1'axsou and caused tho holding of the eight accus ed under arrest, charged with murder, as a result of the Coatesvllle mob's or C on the night of August 1.1. Tho men 1 old included two of the witnesses who test 111 (Ml. Norman Price and Charles Ilostlc. Tho othets were Oscar Lamp i...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 September 1911

Ox vmm Ctwtkr'DR WASHINGTON W H. TWINK. Editor. J BMITHKHMAJM MAMAOn Musks ea, OkavL I'tihllahed Ery Week to t! IB irst of the Negro by the Clneter t'ulillihluc Co. Entered at the I'oetoflce at Mua koKM, Okla., aa Second Claaa Mall Matter SUDBCrllPTION RATIt: Per Year H.W (III Montha Three Montha .1. It. Mellotli. tli lnwcr at Kufniiln, uttemk'il the Noki-o HubIiiohb Men's Luiif-uo l Mttlo Hock, Ark., reprc Kotit Ihk IiIh cliy nutl county. Mr Me licit li Is mi Intermarried cltlzun of tlio Circle mi t Ion and Iiiih accunuilatcd a sront ileal of property. Ho 1ik a ood piaollcu and In doliiK well. McIiiIohIi county Ih one of l lie tnot wealthy counties In lliu Htato and when 'Mr. Mollutli located In that county he laid the foundation for prosperity that coiuett with IndiiHtry and thrift. When Hitch men an Kue, I'utti'iHoii & Lilly, llrown and Stewart, Ijiwyer Walker, Dr. W'aterford, H. V. llradley, and a IiohI of other race leadera Htood up for hoiidu the wcaklliiKx took to the woo...

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 September 1911

f inmiimiHiiimiii AGENTS TO SELL TOWN LOTS Write South Muskogee Town Co. t Estes Building MnmniniiiiiMiHnMHMMnmiMnniMMM MOOBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo HOW IS YOUR WATCH? Doea It need cleaning and oiling, or repaired in nny way? Do any of yonr fingo rings, bracelets, npectacln frames o jewcJty of an) kind need to bo made almost as good as r w? If so, I am .ho fellow who will do the work, and guarantee the same for one year. Ton j ears' experience at watchmaking. Try me. W. V. GENTRY the jeweler 303 North Socond Street, Between Court and Donlxon UdMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIimtllHlinHMMMHIHIMH j To Our Old Nick has not forgotten his colored friends who patronized him when he was in business on North Third St., opposite post office. We invite you to call and bring family to Economy Lunch Room j 2 15 South Second Street ; MMMnilMMIIIIMIIMIIIIHmHMMhlOHt' IMIillMHIIMIItHMMIItt MtlllMHMII IMIIint FOR FIRST-CLASS LC E MENTWORK...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 September 1911

IN SOCIEYT Mth. MnmluHtti Itnrium or tho Harnett Dry (looda Store, Ih now In Chicago buying for tho fnll opening. Mm. J. V. AtliiiiiH ami Ml Cook Lane JtiHt returned from a trip to hoiiio of tlio cnHtern allies luiyliiR for tlio fall opnnliiK. Tlii'y report a most iiltmsntit trip. .Mih. I C. Clark, niiifllral MipervlH or of tliu puhllc hcIiooIh, Iiiib returned from Chicago. Horn to .Mr. ami Mth. Jiiiiich Kemp n lino lionniiliiK hoy. CoiiRrntulatloiiBl MIhh tlinco W. 1'cniKty Ih vIhIHiik her RlHlor, .Mm. Kinnia Strntton at Mauley, lown. lint hIiii Ih IoiikIiik for MtlfikoKoo. Mr, T. .1. Elliott wiih lukiMi HcrloUHly III on IiIh mtiirii from Lltlo Hook. Tlio laillcH of tlio C. M. K. church j;avo a dinner Saturday at tho Whlto Front for tho heiiollt of I ho church. First Fall Showing of oil Winter Woolens Brown in MrH. I'. II. Aimtln and children arc HpciulliiK the Hiunmer at Claremore. Mr. and Mih. . W. Walker, par ent h or Mih. Hunter Clark, have re cently moved to .MtrnkoKoo from Co...

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 December 1911

The Muskogee Cimeter. OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA yj 'f,- 4 VOL. XIII MUSKOGBE, OKLAHOMA, DKUEMBKU 2, 1011. No. 7 The People Should Know Certain Merchant Preaching Race Patronape But Not Practicing It at Home. The colored people In the vicinity r Muskogee will soon bo well or ganized into Coincinrolitl Clubs ir tlio tactics or Homo of tlio club inoinbers of the city continues. It lias been uotlrcd for the last month or bo that a certain cool red morchant on Second Btreet linn spent much of his I una visiting nearby towns helping to or ganize tho working people Into Com mercial Clubs nnd nmking rousing speeches to colored people advising theni agalnBt. spending their money in white stores, etc. This merchant Is either a fool or he thinks these working people are all Tools. Tho Cimeter Is or the opinion that these people are not fools, be causo nearly all of them nro leaders or colored papers, many or them being regular subscribers for tho Cimeter. Does tills merchant think ho Is...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 December 1911

CATARRH OF THE STOMACH CtuIrJ Hardly Eat Gradually Craw Worst. Raltovod by Parana. Mr. A. M. ATLANTIC SQUADRON IN THE HUDSON. JV& &&!&'W. Its 9DH nurd, Dox 31, W e t H u r liojrton, Iowa, writes: "I had ca tarrh of th stomach and mtll Intea- 1 1 n e for a n u m b r o! yean. I rent to number of doctors nd Itot do re..ef. and f i n al i y on of my doctor tent ci to C b I o a R o, and I met the wms fate. The; a a i d t b e y could do noth- 'in for me; a aid I bill Mr. A. U. Ikerd. cancer of tru stomach and there was no curt. I al most thought the- same, for my breath raa offensive, aud I couKI not eat any thine without icrrat miierr, and I grad ually grew wore. "Finally t concluded to try Peruna, and I found relief and a cure for that dreadful dbveav, catarrh. I took fir bottle of Peruna and two of Minalln, and I now feel Hie a nrw man. Ther la nothing Utter thin Peruna, and I kerp a bottl of it In my bouie all U time." win, cat,ln tllntualwl i-MC rmlakxao lTnt t&i ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 December 1911

Public Notice We, the Don Ton Cleaners, havo today taken tho eourso in Chemical Cleaning fiotu W. A. Harney of St. Louis, one of tho well known practitioner and instructors of the Chemical Cleaning System. We arc now prepared to clean and take caro of any garment intrusted to us no matter how delicate the garment may bo. , We now use tho best method of Dry Cleaning. One trial will convince you and open your eyo to tho good qualities of the Chemical System. Suits made to order, Ladioi' work a specialty. Work called for and delivered. BON TON DYE WORKS GRIFFIN &OGUYNN, Prop: hcu Olhois Fail Try Us. 10 South Second St. 3040 TTa IT. Kfrtmc wtnout investment of Sav XxctrVJ. VV Ol J. ings never made a man rich. Use Your Brains Taneha-Glenn Pool ami invest in our oil lauds. All vtcalth comes front laiul. fields liave produced over VW.IKX) WW worlli o( oil-.wells still producing. Greatest Opportunity S.SS'SSr'SS Land proposition in the best locality on this Continent. Agents Wanted A pr...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 December 1911

The Muskogee Cimeter MUSKOGEE, r ' OKLAHOMA No Chinese roTolutlontit wears at ny rato a pompadour. What baa bccomo of tho old-faab-toned open-face applebutter pie? The autumnal colors arn much finer than those of tbe gaudy billboards. Tbe Chlneso revolution iwcms to aavo got beyond tbo control of the pi 'Ice. The effort to render hazing and sane continues at various rational Institutions. safe edu- China's Infant emperor writes mar velous compositions for ono who has Just begun bis schooling. No true lover of naturo ever goes around declaring. In sepulchral tones, that life Is a vole of tears. Japan's population Is tncrc. ft'ng at the rnte of COO.000 a year, and tho surplus must go some hero. If goat's milk Is n euro for Inebriety, as Is asserted, ono would never guess It by studying bock beer signs. Iloopsklrtn are announced ns due to return Hut fnsblon, llko politics, lias Its rumors that never coino true. The Kings county. Now York, Jail is characterized as n "disgrace." Most Jai...

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 December 1911

ANNA MARIA FISHER MAKES BEQUESTS Tuskegee and Hampton Insti tutes Receive $1 0,000 Each, DAUGHTER OF HENRY CLAY DECEASED RESIDED IN NEW YORK FOR THREE-QUARTERS OF A CENTURY HELPED AMBITIOUS YOUNG-PEOPLE. "BACK TO THE "FARM" Many colored persona mid Institu tions arc named hciictlclnrica In thu will of tho lato Anna Maria Fisher, who died October 19, at her home, G3 Fleet place, llrookljn, aged ninety three yeura. Tho will watt tiled for probato Monday. Thu value of tho eBtato 1b estimated at $05,000. Tunke gce and Hampton Institutes are left flO.OOO each, and Frank H. (lllhert, 15 Douglass street, lirookljn, Ik nnmed residuary legatee and executor with out bond. After directing that all funernl ex penses and debts be paid the testa trix niakcB tho following bequests: Hampton Normal and Agricultural In rtltutc, $10,000; Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, $10,000; HI loam Presbyterian Church, Urooklyn, $5,000; the Amanda Smith Orphan home, Har vey, 111., $1,000; Carlton avenue ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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