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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 December 1911

Don't Dundee Hold Indian Back Given That Away Suit Wed. Order Nov. 29 Buy Are Now You on? 311 W. Broadway Call for free ticket. Union Mmlc, The Muskogee Cimeter vv rt rwiNn.. Mdller 4 J HMITIIKKMAN MANAOBH Mitakae;, OkaL PvklUhe4 Every Week Is Ui la te reet f lbs Negro by the Clswetcr Publisher Co. BatorM at tka Poetofflce at Mua. kM, Okla., aa Second Cluee Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATF.8: Par Taar 11.00 Bli MotiUba 0 Tkree Month SI i$u$fc o iae old owl i veil Id an oak Dip more be saw, the leaa ha apoka The leaa ha spoke the mora ha beard Why can't wa ba Ilka that wlaa old blreU Talk about do who pullln mid ill' ward heolln', do women oh do won Hldo Hlio iioh how tr cniiLtis en cam patio, en k '''' do ('onoiitloii wld solid delation tor uiK ro volition en led a Hliito miido In stiir ehtimhei meetln'. DIh hltd hcoiI how tlus wits Kwlno foio do meet In' open an win niiiHod tor mo how dor lady poltlcnna Iran do Htenm rolorr olu do now nicinbura who don't Kno do Kume. Do owl Hoed u ol...

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 December 1911

Canada at the Chicago Land Show REQUISITES FOR NEAT AND RAPID WORK AT KILLING TIME Method of Former Who Thoroughly Understands tho Busi nessIt Is Necessary to Ilava Good Scraper, Stick ins Knife, Hog Hook and Convenient Pluco to Labor In. Prejudice Is a Serious Menace Trio of Wool WILL MAKE A MAGNIFICENT EX HIBIT OF GRAINS AND GRASSES, VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. A carload of grain In straw, grassei and other of tho products of Western Canada nrrlvcd at Chicago tho other dar, and is now Installed In the Coliseum, whero the United States land and Irrigation exposition Is under way. Thoso who arc interested In tho "Back to tho land movement" will find In tho Cnnadlan exhibit one of tho best displays of the agricultural products of Western Canada that hns eve: been made. There are repre sentative men f'ere, who will bo pleased to give tho fullest Information regarding tho country. Tho exhibit bI.u'rs what can be done on tho freo grant lands of that country nnd most of tho grain wns produced ...

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 December 1911

WWfS t yffn'PT.VT!fB5yP ri?,,,,." ,.. K t- "IVJ'WUVi" rt'ftf.V "P f .a '. IMC. tyfftWMfr-iytfygtn tpfvutjrvrs ' 1 THERE'S NONE I JUST AS GOOD 1 As Dundee Suits or Overcoats $15.00 V UNION MADE 2 PAY LESS DRESS BETTER S Call for Free Ticket on DUNDRE Indian 3 1 1 W. BROADWAY ) iiiiiiiUiUiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiuuiiiiaiUiUiUiUiummiuiuiiwuiUiUiUiUiUiaiii 7 ROUBLE COMES RIGHT ALONG ON COLUMBIA. Two More (vases Now !Jc fore the Court, But In formation Shy, As Usual. Oklahoma City. Tho Columbln Ilaiik nnd TriiHt Company entioa brought by Dunk CommlHHloncr J. I). Lnnkford In tlio dlHtrlct court of Caddo County nKaliiHt ,T. A. Mcnofeo, former Stnto TrciiHiiror, nml Hooiio D. I lite, a prominent Anailnrko bunk er, tinder tlio double llnblllty luw, were appealed to the Supremo Court Saturday. Monofoo held $25,000 worth or Htock nnd Illto n,000 nnd thoy were Hiied for thouo nmountfl. They claimed that ns tlio v.iumbin wuh organized under tlio territorial trust company law, tlio double...

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. — 10 February 1912

WATCH FOR BARGAINS IN OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. The Muskogee Ci meter. OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA iir x- VOL.. XIII. MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, FEBRUARY 1 O, 1912. NO. 35. lO wm will mm on His Past RECORD HI p. "Services nc a Statesman" to ho his Argument for Re-election. TFLSA. Okhi., I'd). ('..--Special In a It tier to a pi rsomd friend and prominent democrat in Tulsa, LT nilcd Slates Senator Holier! L. Owen stated that his cunpaign for n-hction will lie on his past ser vices as a Senator. He said: "I am not a politician. 1 went into public life to serve oilier men, and not myself. My campaign, if J make one, will he on the grounds of my service a a statesman." Senator Owen's activity on the floor of the senate chamber is well known to the people of the entire country. He has championed ma ny movements for the upbuilding and education of humanity and the saTetyand preservation of hu man life. His .speeches in confess on the commission form, race con servation, election of United Sta...

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. — 10 February 1912

THE CIMETER. W. . TWINS. "dltor. i. ftMlTIiRflMAM. MANAOEft MukacM, OkaL PnklliOiM Bvarf WmIc to th l Mraat f ttae Negro by lh Clnater IhiblUMnr Co Ratere at th I'ontofTlo at Miik ftet, Okla, u Hocourl Class Mall MatUr. It will he possihle to elect lb publican oflicialM in Muskogee this Spiing unless the white Republi cans with their continual factional fights ami attempts to get even with each other make hucIi a con dition that the tank and file will pay no attention to them when they call the battle on. The thiid cnngicwinnal Dish id ia Republican by a nice majoiity. This wasdeiuonstiated when Mr Clearer was elected to ollice by a substantial majoiity. Kvciy body voted at the election and theie was no discrimination between the white, black and led. At the next election thedoinociuls got in theii work with their (band Father clailM'and Mi. Cicagci was defeat ed. This noes to show that with the Negro vote the Republicans can win, and without it they Ioom Yet their aie Mime Republic...

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. — 10 February 1912

. 5n lORRISON OANITAmUM. SCO N. Main. Dr. C. D. MorrUcn O.fiio l'l W) lb . l'lon 107'! ' Dr. Chac. Litoy Smith OTbo I'll mo HI 10 Dr l. T. Thurmnn ) lnmc to;;! (J. to I'Im Mi' Jl,:i! uh. I'liniit' ,, aia Cr. H. H. Watcrford j.Tho Phono Id 1't , I'llOIIO ut Dr. J, I. Tc.iguc Ollifc Phono Ml n i'lionc saw Cr. J. C. Hart Oilicc Piono , 110 l( i nine .a...... lid Dr. W. H. Sims Oil lie I'll no r.s, I.cfc IMioiiu Cb.i Dr. II. L. IVucklciay DITco I'hJiio Slllfifi Ilci Hione ,,...:"J07 Dr. M, C. Pickens Ollho I'Ih lie .,',0H! IN Phono . ....."juii; Dr. .1. W. Coleman oiiiio imiiiiip ii;: Cr r:. A. Klntj onid I'Imiik; 2i::y l!r I'liniic 12l!i!J Dr. A. T. Waritv) OITIco Plume Ifi'i it i linnc Oil Dr. R L. Wllliamc, Drnllr.t Oflico Phone 2UGG Dr. L. M. Gankc, Dentist OITI e Pli ne IHITi Lawyrrn nnrl Real Estate Men. Tlrrn of WIOWN ,Vr J'TI.WAI. It I'mniil Slcwmt mitt f!('0. W. P. HlOVVII, 21 2 1 II ('alter ltuIMiiiv II. T. u'ai.ki.i:, Attorney at Law. Notiiiy Pulille. It no in 12(1, Iliown ll...

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. — 10 February 1912

Mrs. A. T. Clark of, South :in! street luis hetm on the nick lint this week. Odd Fellow Glnr.s Meeting. The class meeting of till' (.'en trnl Crook Lodge N- '1 102 wilt moot, us iihiiiiI Sunday afternoon lit .'hllO and oontimio till 1:110 The speakers for Siimliiv arc A U. Spidin, Al. C Iln.vo.s mill I). I) Briggs. 'I'lioy will use us (licit topic thi lil(! Psalm iin nppliei. to Odd Fellowship. S. Rons will Hpcnk from tin 12 ii I Chronicle. .'iOtli Hi., l-'J-l; verses. L. 10. .MACKKV, N. F F. V. HAWKINS, V. (I. K. B. THOMPSON, Chaplain A. V. .MARSHALL. Ailv S. II. UIWI), I'J. S. Died of Paralytic Stroke. ('. ('. Hill, age fS yours, diet at his lioinc, HOI Tower Blvd. Tuesday ii ifli t iil'tcr mi nttiicl of paralysis last Friday. Mr. Hill was a member in good standing of the .Masonic Trinity Lodge No. 81 of this city and was Iniriod Thursday al'toriiooii under the auspices of that lodge The funeral was conducted from tin; Second Baptist, church. The deceased came to .Muskogee ic 1001...

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. — 24 February 1912

, i VOL. XIII. Davis Gets 5 Years J. V. Davfa, a man about. fiO years old, arrested in a t at near Poruin about, a month ago on com plaint of his two daughters, plead ed guilty to incest before District Judge dcGrafTenreid Monday, ami was sentenced to serve five years in tne state penitentiary at MeAl ester. The detj.ils o f this ca.se, as t o I d by Davis' daughters, are too revolting for print. Times Democrat. Davis is a white man and has had Superior advantages. (' o tn ment not necessary. EIGHTYNEGRO ES WERE BAP TIZED. t Many visitors went to scoff bid. the real solemnity of the ceremon ial touched them and an orderly crowd watched the Negro baptis mal held at the fairgrounds in this city Sunday afternoon. Fully five thousand Negroes were gathered io Tio grand stand and hundreds surrounded the pool jut across the track in the infield where me immersions 1001; place. Kev crend Solomon S. Jones, pastor of the First Baptist Church, colored, presided. The converts marshall ed by Hev...

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. — 24 February 1912

- . , 1 THE CIMETER. W. tl TWIN 12, llior A i UMITHICIIMAN MANAOICU Munkngca, Okl. I'uIiIIkIkmI lOvnry Wr-k III llm ll IthkI of llin N'i?ro by Dm (3lirctf I'tiltl IhIiI rut ('. lOnlfri'il nt tho I'nslnfflr-i' Ht Man hi)K"i, Oklii,, oh Hi'coiiil CIiihh Mull Mnt tor. There will I"' ll liol time ill the eounly nuivciilioii Saturday lic fim IImti iin many tif pirmitN fur I lie pnxilloil of delejtnlctn (lie Male Mini eoiiurrKxioiuil rnuvciiliiiu mid every fellow !m pnlllnu nil (lie wire possible In Intiil liiniHcIf mm n dile The Democrat held a eoiinly eoiiveiition IiikI. Saturday and for a limit ll wit fierce. The o I d time leaders daubed and when the mnukc cleared away Sam V. O'llaie was in the hikIiIIc. The fi n e Italian hand of l'-( lover nor llnckcll could he Keen tlnoulioilt the pro 'diujv There will lie a hot, time in the County Convention Saturday he caiivo there are many tupirnnl for Iho position of delegate to the Male and congicwiomil convcutioni an. I every fellow n pulling...

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. — 24 February 1912

wmnafGmmnuinmvmm.wfm AFRICAN SOCIETY WEALTHY,' larrlin Which Maka Cntranet ln( OrgantiatlAn Difficult. The constitution of the Now York African society limits the totnl mem bership to fifty person 3 nnd provided thnt the cutrnucc fee shall be $100, with monthly dues of '2."i cents. Twen ty years' membership In good financial funding exempt1) members from pay went of dues. Members receive $l.r per week when Hick, dating from day of Illness for ten weeks, nnd $5 for ten weeks, after which no member will re ceive moro than ?2W during one year for skknes. Any member receiving bonetits who may be found spending hU time In brothels, gambling or tip pling shull be expelled from tlio so llety utid forfeit all hU right of meal Lei3hlp In the ooclety. The work of Mr. Ildwnrd V. C. Eat lu behalf of the society has been high ly benetldal to the inemberHhlp. The limited number makes It haul for a jterson to gain admission. It Is oald thut there Is n waiting list of nearly 1.&00 uppllcnnts 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. — 24 February 1912

FIRST YEAR OF LABOR BUREAU, Empioymant Department of Garlton Y. Nl. G, A. Succeeds, SUPPLIES COMPETENT HELP, Home Hcsultc of Work Dono by th Carlton Avtnuo Qrnneh of the Young Men's Christian Association In Brook lyn For Men and Boys Durino 1911. Now Features of Larger Work. liroeilclyn. Tin- Hint jcnr of tliu cue ployintMit department of tliu Carlton avenue branch of tliu Young Men's Cliilsilnii association III lliU Ity in :i registered agency iiinlir tin.1 employ incut agency laws of New Vork proved jaicccsHftil. (ioimI paying positions were HVftiiiil for li'l ini'ii Mini Ic.ys. Mr Arthur L. t'oinlthcr, tliu assistant sec ."'itary of tliu association, has cliiirtftt of .his department Tlii iicoil of such a department hud Ven apparent for mmie time, and on Dec. 'M, 11)10, the ilepnrl lit was opened wllli an appointment to the Hlaudiiid Oil company, New Voile elty. and Hliit'o then It Iiiih dmiu substantial f-ervh'e for (he unemployed. Tins work done In the department Iiiih ht-en sy...

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. — 8 June 1912

A "V fjf. WATCH FOR BARGAINS IN OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. The Muskogee Ci meter t " V OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA. VOL. XIII. MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, JUNE 8, 1912. NO. 52 Vj SLAVERY IN THE NORTH Recently, in looking over u hand hook of facts compiled by I lie Rich ardson Pifbishing Company, I came across the following interesting re cord of slavery in the North. We are so accustomed to holding the South up to blame as the original and only absolute sinner in respect to t h e enslavsment. of Negroes, that it seems quite timely that the simple truth about this institution should be narrated especially now, when old political issues are rising to befog the judgment of the peo ple. We find that Vermont w n s the first State to abolish slavery, in 1777, before she had joined the Union Ry 1800 slavery in t h a t State had entirely ceased. Massachusetts followed in 1780. In 1780 there were four thousand slaves in Pennsylvania, and in that year their gradual emancipation was provided by for...

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. — 8 June 1912

- tl- The Muskogee Cimeter -o- W. fi. TWINF3, "illtor. j. mMITIIKUMAN MANAOICK MiiHknKi'U, Okul I'iiIiIIhIioiI Kviry WwV In Ui. In Inn-it or llio NRro by tho ClmuUt I'iiIiIIhIiIiu: Co. Kuturi'il nt ttui PoHtolTIro Hi Miih knKMt, Olcln., .ih Ht-cniul Clwi Mnll Mutter. A Splendid Comedy Drama at the Pastime Theatre, Saturday and Sunday nights. Teachers Selected- The following teachers havi been M-lecled for I lie ensuing year PRINCIPALS: ('. U. Bryant, It (i. Barrow, .1. Tyler Smith, Tims V. Cliissom, li. C. Chirk, Lcmisi Wallou, II. C. Penny. CRAPE TEACHERS: iMyrlh Todd, lloniee Prrston, Mrs. .lohn miii .lones, Waller Sliced, .lulin Niekcns, Mamie Waterford, Lou Perdue, Jennie lluberl, Elizabeth Marchanl, Clara P. Ross, Alum Ross, Mamie Tcamie, Birdii Vaughn, Myrtle Bryant, Florenn Arrington, Jssic .lackson, Minim Anderson, lluldah Iv. (Sentry, Nell BiHiiifley, The hoard expects t fill the vacancies recently create in tho nel few days. Tslr. Jens Bryant of Lawerence Kansas, has heen ...

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. — 8 June 1912

I 1 v mm t iffWOffTTiiii mifia S gBfPskjEL2v Tin Rrcali'st offer ever pulled olTin tin limnes-i world will bc jdn the first day of Juno We will give to the Incident man a ninel.N dollar set of heavy team harness. Every ineh of this work is made in our shop and will guarantee this harness for three yarn without a eent out of your poeket. for repairing. We are doing this to advertise our hand made harness. Look for tlii harness in our show window Sunday. We are in a position to compete with any harness shop in Oklahoma and will challenge any shop in fown with prices and highest workman ship. We can deliver the goods all we ask is a trial. American Harness Co. 323 N. 3rd St. I AGENTS WANTED. jtj If you are a wide awake, energetic hustler, this rB S means you. Many men and women have made jg rD their fortunes by selling town lots. You may do S nl the same. Write S iSouth MUSKOGEE I TOWN CO. ESTKSHU1LDINCS. MUSKOGEE. OKLA. J TTTTTTTTTTTT IClClCtClEIElElElElEIJElElElElELC JUUMUUUUUUUUI JI...

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. — 8 June 1912

7 S' HIGH STANDARD OF MERIT. Admirable Record of Dr. D. C. Truitl an Physician. ty V. II WUICIIT Wit limit (limlil one of tho mrml hiic roMMful yiMiNK )Ii.vhIi'Iiiiih Id I'lilliulrl phlu In l)r llcrion U Tniltt. Ik In n unlive Pliilii(IHililiui it in I wiih Imrti In 18.SU lie rccchril hi oloiiiuiilnry Irnlii iiik in tiif i iii in t ii iti in puiiHc HciiiM)i. mill llio Nnrllii'iiHt Miiiiinil liluli Hrlmol KriHliinlliiK rrmii llio Inltor ImmIIIiiIIom nt Hid hi'iiil of IiIh Hium iiiiiI winning ii coinpcllllvo firi- hl'IhiIiiihIiI) to llio Unl vcrnlly of IVtiimylviiiiln After KriiiltinlliiK ft out llio niodlcnl ilcpnrtmont if llio University of I'onn Hylvniilii In 1108 liu took llio civ II m-rv Ico oxiimliintlnn for resilient physician of tliu riillmlelplila hoHpltnl, lie wnc rntlier Hiirmotfiil In iimkliiK the cIIkI ble list nml rwelveil mi appointment, lint declined In order to Itecome chief reiililent phj'Hlelim of llio l-'ri'tlurlcl; DoiikIiirs .Memorial hospital, IicIiik tin' IIihI...

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. — 19 October 1912

v ': WATCH FOR BARGAINS IN OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS The Muskogee Cimeter. OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA. I J i VOL. XIV. MUSKOGEE. OKLAHOMA, OCT. 19, 1912. NO. 19 I&h tid ii? m doest . MT F0R6ET JOB, WILSON antAqonibm to UtANtZED LABOR It A MAT tlK OP RECORD. ICMEMIER THE SOUP HOUSES lHm (tor Ttovee ef Democracy SMII Free. In the Memory of the Wari-lnf) Who Had No Ing to Cat and No Plaee - to MM. m&fcwmmt PROF. WILSON ON LABOR etoftdardlaed S trtdee unJene and thlo ia the oonform. ... I need not point out haw economically die- & J aetreua eueh a regulation or la- aor ia. mm unpremeoie 10 ma ematoyor that la aome tradee H will prooonUy net be g WW wrwpe SO aiiempi any I aeasJc aupremaey may be loot w eeeauee uw country grown mor and mora full off unprofitable aarvaaaa." From an addreaa by Prof. Wiles to the graduating claao of Princeton university, m Juno m, .tot. ! Woodrow wileea. Democratic ea jtldato far president, la bow address tag honeyed worBa to tba laboring aaa...

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. — 19 October 1912

s (W ., V"" MAI y The Muskogee Cimeter o W. H. Twine, Editor. Ralph Phillips, Mgr. PitbllMi&d Kvury Week In the ln trrest of the Negro by ths Clmctef I'lilillflliinr Co. Kntorod at the P.outofflce At Mux Kogee, Okln., na Second Claim Mill Matter. Red mark on your paper indicates that your subscrip tion is past due. ".SSu'ltswilte for SMKLimr year. Hi Citiu!tr. WANTED Young Indies ami youtUjuet) to solicit for The Muskogee Ciuietar. Apply nt roomi 1, 2, 211 South lid -tiet. M9t in tonight hi Drauiulantl Rewvfiivill. T- ' AVIitMi bufiiiums men rpfusp tu ndvurt'iHO in some ouu of the colored paper of the city then the people should refuge to pa tronize them and it matters not whether they are colored or white. A negro who refuse to IHitroui'c, the press does not deserve your trade. The school in Keoves addi tion is assured. Thanks gen tlemen of the school hoard and county commissioners. Now gentlemen Voiityou please give us 41 tuachor in Loves addition for-the little tots out there...

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. — 19 October 1912

mail wijw iwwii'i wiiii wimiwmi itijiiinMniM,. Hopewell's A!R HEALTH THE DANGER W When your cloth - am made in my shop on net, rafST . r . i . ..i rwssfiadfc fl ,u j av mnulrwn nl &&.S von no mpn wlin will foil vnn m MM? Mh .t.tj&itft. xsFi vK:TmsYk. e mia srrtK " The wonderful new dressing for kinky cr curly hair. Iti us idnktF stubborn, harsh hair softer, more pllablo -and glossy ,ea:v to comb and put up In my rnjic tl(o lonptli w '' permit Wtite foe teGilmorrlca tol Inrj liuv 'this remarkable icruedv makes short, kinky hair KroV lou uiul wav: IichJ. drossine. on tl . nrniket for diudiurf, hcli'iii; jf the rcnlp anil fnlllw; out of tlm hair. Ho vnio of Imltuto'iiB. Ot tho &r.i lire put up In 50c and ?1 00 Jut a SoM 1.; lrui.'il ts or nt dliret on molpt of pi Sic. The Hopewell Co. Dept. 21. f 27S7. l)o'-tt n, Mil a KIU'.K COl'I'OX NAMi STItnUT No CMT Yor 1. O S l'ATi: Cut out this coupon and mall It Tho Hopewell Co., Dept. -1, llox 2787, noston, I.i3P , a Free. Lett...

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. — 19 October 1912

muJ' m ' STEADY ADVANCE OF COLORED MM ' Bmnv--alBtatn Rlhts ot CttlzcnsHIp Noted WORK FOR BETTER RESULTS. Optlmlallo View, of Centee, Taken by Afre-Arrterleene In Rpt U Their Duty te Make Cvry fteeeeneWe If fart ta Ceneerve the Bert Intaratt af tha Raee. By education, long ecprlcncand conatHtit olTort to maintain aid Intex rlty aa an American cltlseti the Neru la at loat taking 111 rightful place In the rauka of all polltlral parties with earneMtneae of purpimo iiud n desire In ao doing la cooaarva tho bent Interest of ttie raca to all tcttlooa of tka coun try. Tho Benevolent IMuttinl Union Purinl Leaun of the 0. Q. I J. 1 wants n special orKnni.cr for MiiHkom'c mid county. It lakes in persons from 1 to IX) years old at 1.25 per member. 1'iiy a pol iey from sflJO.OO to sfcflOO.OO. I'oli ev matures every twelve years. Address S. I). Ilrown, Hox l!2 MeAlesler, Okla., and get pro speetns and terms free. $ ROOMS FOR RENT. A few splendid ofllee rioin -the wry best ill the city inn at a 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. — 26 October 1912

WATCH FOR B ARG AINS IN OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS i The Muskogee Cimeter. OLDEST COLORED PAPER IN OKLAHOMA. ? ;V VOL. XIV. MUSKOGEE. OKLAHOMA, OCT. 26, 1912. NO. 17 ROOSEVELT NOT A GOOD VOTE-GETTER Hit POPULARITY NOT SHOWN BY THE VOTES HE HAS RECEIVED. RECORD WILL SURPRISE MANY In Nw York When Ha Ran for Gov ernor He Did Not Oct Full Party Support Presidential Vote When Analyzed la Not to Hla Advantage. Colonel Roosevelt la regarded every where as a marvelouH voto-getter. "We arc for Teddy because he will elect our county ticket," chorused tho Roosevelt shoutcra prior to tln re nomination of President Taft. And even now, when, having failed to get the Republican nomination for a third term, ho la heading a bolting Third Party organization, there are many Republicans who seem to think that he haa a strong hold upon th, people. The fact la the record shown that he la not a successful vote get ter. The belief which prevails In some parte of the country that Roose velt has a magic hold up...

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