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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 September 1904

THIS LOOKS BAD DAWES COMMISSION GOOD FOR TEN YEARS LONGER fcfe- STATEHOOD LEGISLATION TO BE DELAYED Officials at Washington Say Work Cannot be Completed 8hort of a Decade May Interfere With State hood Probabilities WASHINGTON: It 13 now becom ing apparent that the promises made by the D,awes commission last winter to the effect that the work of the commission would be concluded by Juno 30. 1905, will not be realized. In deed, it is improbable that the work of the commission will be completed within many years from that time, and it is certain that a great number of the disputed citizenship cases will not be disposed of lor several years. Reports received at the department of the interior indicate that the work of the commission is progressing more rapidly than ever before, but whilo this is true, to use the words of a prominent official of the Indian oflicc, "it is apparent the work can not be concluded wlthin the allotted time." The candid opinion of the of ficial in question is th...

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. — 22 September 1904

s m .. Pit t- r: The Reg'lar Army Man. He nJn't no "mamtnn's darlln'," Tor sparkle In the sun. Ho don't parade with gay cockndo And posies In Ills gun: He uln't no "piotty soldier boy," Ho lovely, spick nnd span, He wears 11 ciust of tan and dust. The reR'lnr aimy man; Tho tnarchln', parchln', IMpo-elny starchln', Reg'lar unny man. Ho ain't at homo in Sunday school, Nor yet at nodal tea, And on tho day he gets his pay He's apt ter spend It fieo; Ho ain't no temp'rance advocate, He llkei to III! the can, He's kinder rough an' tnaybo tough,- Tho itg'lar army man; The ai In', teailu', Sometimes Hwearln, 4 Reg'lar aimy man. No Btato'l! call him "nohlo son," Ho ain't no ladles' pet, Rut, let a row atari anyhow, They'll send for him. von beti no uorri cut any ice at all In fashion's social nlan. Ho Kits the Job to face a mob, xno reg lar army man; j no miiinr, uriiinr, Made for klllln', Reg'lur army man. They nln't no tenrn shed over him When ho goes off ter war, He gits no speech nor pra...

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. — 22 September 1904

r St - ' r rsy '. ity , J f- WORLD'S MARKET ' Cotton. ' GALVESTON SPOTS. Srdli'T,; W MiddlliiB GoodOrdinurr bJi Good Middling Low Middling 10 Middling fair.. NKW OULKANS SPOTS. o iry' T Middling t Si11? ?nrjr UJ Good Middling Low Middling 1 ' Middling fair... Grain. 10' 4 10?4 10 a 1055 KANSAS CITY. WUEAT. - 5 'f1 : - ii or i ou No -' lKl 1 OU 1 04 COHN. No. 2 mixed m j3 j., no. 2 whito ." : zzzzz s J OATS. . No-a - si mi CHICAGO. xt , WIIKAT. No. 2 red i 14 No. a red t-1 No. 2 hard ZZZZZZ". ZZI COHN. 2- 'J """ - 614' C2H g- 2 While M.J Kg No. 2 yellow 6!1. B4 XT .. OAT8' No. 2 fioi; No-2 White ZZZZ: 1BK Uf v " Live Stock - KANSAS CITY. OATTLK Steerfl best 1 $ 5 03 $0 10 " fair to good 4 5 25 Western fed steers 8 4 25 Btockcrs and feeders 2 25 !) 85 Southorn steers 4 5 go Western cowh 1 40 4 115 Nntjvo cows 1 1 4() 4 05 Nativoholfcra Calv 3 - - IIOOS. J" - 1 5 G3 5 75 Packers 5 60 5 75 Pigs and lights. ... 5 00 5 80 BHEEl'. Native lambs $4 25 5 00 Nat ve Bheop ...... y 2.') 4 - Nati...

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. — 22 September 1904

WWWHirr.- " HSm ,1 WILL MAKE GOOD LATEST REPORT 13 THAT THE CAPITOL BANK WILL PAY OUT BILUNCSLEV IS TO REFUND ALL LOSSES A Party of French Capitalists Pur chase a Belt Line Railway for $1, OOO.OOO This Will Help Some Will Refund Losses GUTHRIE: The Information cornea from reliable sources that Charlw? E. BIIHngsloy will refund to his deposi tors In tho Capitol National bank every cent they lost by reason of tho failure To a number of persons It was known that Mr. Bllllngslcy wa3 very largely Interested in a belt line rail road in and around Kansas City prior to tho failure of tho bank. Ho was tho means of tho organization which grew In worth and possibilities. With him were two other capitalists, a Mr. Staggar, a banker in St. Louis, and tho other a capitalist of Kansas City, A number of French capitalists, de siring tho control of the Kansas City bolt line, made a proposition to theso three owners of fl, 500,000, which was accepted. Attorney Chapel of this city has stated that ho s...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 September 1904

tt m i i & ? FROM THE SOUTH. Below wo publish a loiter from Mr. llolman, received a few days ago from a'frierid'of fiijjiving at Stark villo, Miss. a- .x ' ' "Starkvillo, Miss., Aug. 31, '04. Mr. .J. J. llolman, Topckn, Kas. "Dear friend :trl lake pleasure in writing you because 1 believe any news respecting West Point will be of much interest to you. You know that Buchanan lias moved .from Kosciusko to Wstl'qint, and you have doubtless read' through the papers that wlyte citizens of West Point selected n committee of thirty and ordered Buchanan on Saturday, Aug. 21, to be out of town by (Jiesjjay. Also accord ing to repjrts from seini -responsible sources, they also ordered that all Negro merchants leave and told JiniNCi,ovoll if.'hcwanted to stay he must get off his hack and strike t by the day as other Nogroes. "1 learn today that they have retracted their statement ordering all business Negroes to leave. When, the south bound train pulled up tj the station on Monday, the tra...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 September 1904

3fcSliBHw,''wIPiiW.w',l'w,MwcBfiBBBerH'"w y t Bm ifc BMSaK "BHaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaae MllSkOgee Cl meter. 7707?)YfX ganteatZaf a whitolIliSydSh ""J I ic . f j 1 fijllfJJyL y 1 overcoat, bordered with white mohair flHHHHHEHHBHBm I II ------ mAthm T-jK &C4cL& galons, with a red velvot collar and a JZflnKffifutp'-CagrM FJ w. m. twiwm, K4mis rAJKTFk pocket for tho handkerchief. Ho also "IEbSHHBU II 2QJ has -colored cambric nightshirts, rub- WAIHILUT T (1 f Sf fl i' a 3 M I ? H HUDIUWlil, USU. XJ. j,, . r , -m NEW STATE NEWS Tho fifth annual convention of tho photographers of tho twin territories wet in Oklahoma City hat week. Tho fifth annual convention of tho photogranhorB of tho twin territories met In Oklahoma City last wook. Articles' of incorporation have been granted to tho State Bank at Inoln with $10,000 capital Btock. Bocauso' of tho s!cknos3 of Dan Patch, tho raco moot at Oklahoma City ban boon declared off. This fast pacer was to havo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 September 1904

y -. -r && r,.t &? ' iiKty7'fW InFT- T: 5k JMV ;' Sk -" 5 ' FK . A QUICK RECOVERY. A Prominent Officer of tht Order of Rsbtccaa writes to Thank Doan'a Kidney Pills for It. Mrs. 0. K. Bumgardner, a local ofll cor of the Rebeccas, of Topeka, Kans., Room 10, 812 Kansas Ave., writes: "I used Doan'a Kldnoy Fills during the past year, for kldnoy trouble and kindred ailments. I was suffering from pains In the back and headaches, but found Ster tho uso of one box of the remedy that tho troubles gradually disappeared so that before I had finished a second pack-ago I was well. I, therefore, heartily endorse your reme dy." (Signed) Mrs. C. E. Bumgardner. A FREE .IHlALr Addresi Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price, CO cts. mWssm;jsIssm1 Money makes th" world go wrong, mostly. The Murine Kyo Itcmodr Co., Chicago, send Homa Ejo Hook tree. Writs tneui about your ojrei A temperate llfo Is slow, but It's pretty sure. "Dr. David KeBiieriy' Favorite Remedy Gave...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 September 1904

?' ' w trrP"" ""ii : it" ' ';E;u'jM 'w-pys9j a-. -""""- i,.w.iii-iinnJt;wi"i'yi'q'w'i'V'wfT S, i1 ft,1"! 8H5BSsflii iiii, t miwur J? I t I If r ft: r Mr f1" fc'i ,'.: VI 3 LOCAL AND PERSONAL E. T. Hearne - - - City Editor. SiliiH Andorwon of Oklahoma City t visiting hore. Doc KillingBWorth of Denison, Toxiih, is in tho city. Willio Hayes of Henrietta was in tho city this week. 1 1. M. Morris of Annotii, Tex. , in tho city this week. Mr. J. II. Petree of Hoynton was in tho city Sunday. Mrs. Rebecca Walker attended tho National convention. I Ion. G. W. Sawner, of Sliaw rok, O. T. , is in tho city. Mrs. Miller of Vineta stopped at the Trigg hotel. Micco liar jo and wife of Oko ma were in tho city this wook. Dick Martin and wife of Choco f nil registered at tho Trigg hotel. Mr. Phil Caesar of tho north west part of tho city is very sick. J. Slono and wife of Mississip pi wore in tho city on thoOth inst. Mrs. L, G. Cobb has returned from Woleoka, where she has been visiting friends. J. I...

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. — 29 September 1904

Tr-fw MusKooee Gimeter. n V 5 Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday September 29, 1904. ' Number 5 . BIG DAY SATURDAY LOYAL CFEK FUNDS WILL BE DISBURSED AT THREE OTHER TOWNS. Weleetka, Okmulgee and Sapulpa Now on the List, and Will Be Visited By Indian Agent On Dates Given. On Wednesday night there arrived in the city prominent citizens of the towns of Okmulgee, Wcleetka, Sa pulpa and Okemah, the object of their visit being to induce if possible, the Indian agent to divide up the Loyal Creek payments' visit the towns mentioned and pay out part of the money. The arguments used by some of these gentlemen were to the effect that in many cases the Indians would J ;iot have sufficient money to pay their expenses to Muskogee, and in other instances merchants had sold goods to the Indians with the understand ing that they were to be paid for when this payment is made, and that in order for tlYesc merchants to get their money they must pay the ex penses of the Indians to this city. ' Agent S...

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. — 29 September 1904

- - U Muskogee Ci meter. XV, II. THINi:, Udltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. NEW STATE NEWS Tho nnntial confcronco of tlio Hap tint church in being held ut Shawnee this week. Tho Fairfax Telephone company has incorporated, with a capital stock of $10,000. Jim Daily, an Indian, is being held nt Perry upon the charge of attempt ed murder. 'Ilij father-in-law, who was tho victim of tho assault, had a gush cut In his forehead. Acting under orders from Judge Dlckcraon, Marshal Colbert has (stopped rjl gambling at Ardmor0, and the slut nmchlnss have been pu: out of business as well. Tho trustees of the. state Baptist collego at Blnckwoll have elected the iaculty for that institution and madi nrrangements for tho opening of rhv school October -lth. A charter has been issued to tho Canadian Valley & Wo tarn Railway company, with $:i,000,000 capital, and headquarters at Norman. L. D. WnnMand and II. S. Whlto ol Oklahoma City, Leo u. Board of Ma dill and W. 0. Talbctt of Ada have been appointed r...

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. — 29 September 1904

Has Collection of Teapots. A Washington woman has a collec tion of teapots large enough to 'fill a whole room. There nre In thl3 collec tion over '300 pots of china-, copper nnd earthenware. Some of them are in the form of dolls, monkeys, ele phants and tigers. Others aro in the form of houses, temples and tower?. Others still are in the form of fans, walking sticks, bracelets, birds and flowers. One is a puzzle teapot. In nppearanco it is like a solid ball of green metdl.' On-the pressure of a spring, howevera small round open ing appears whenco the tea may be poured. Another pot, of gold, Is from a Chi nnso temple. It only holds a quarter of a pint and the five tiny gold cups that; go hylth it only hold a thimbleful apiece. Not n Good 8chcme. Col. "BllP Skerrett, of Texas, thro times suffered robbery while attend ing tho Chicago convention eight years ago. Twice ho telegraphed to hit good friends in Texas to send up cash. " 'Pon my word," said the colonel, "tho next timo I get mon...

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. — 29 September 1904

Tgwp t w v twMn'imim tummmmMmmm wttlwiw t I THE, C1METER. Pabliihed crery week in th latoreit of the Negro by the Clmeter Pnbliihinf Co. Entered at the Poet Office at Muekogee, I. T., m eeoond olaee mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In adranoe) One Tear . il.00 Six Month...... 10 Three Mont he l i ULacae W. H. TWINE - - - - -Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager J. T.' TRIMBLE - - - Solicited Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE R008EVELT, of New York. "For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana. The editor is out of town this week, and the devil and the other cusses arc running the paper Rumor has it that the Gold Bond bank and the Creek Citizens bank, both institution owned and controlled by colored men, will also be consol idated; and if true the new bank will be one of the greatest business mat ters of its kind in the west. All persons who live in the Indian Territory and those "wlro desire to come here should secure a copy of the book known as "Indian Territory, :...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 September 1904

Local Happenings, "SGO COLLEGE C. :Fiptoa of He lryetta spent a day with U3 last week. Mr. Lewis Price of Kiota was in the oity this week. Mr. Trigg of Boynton was vie iting relatives here last Sunday, Mr. and mm. Dave; Myers- of Henryetta wci e in the city on the 22nd Bud Brown of Talequah was doing business in Muskogee Sat and Sunday. Mrs. Alice Anderson of Okla homa City is visiting friends and relatives in and near Muskogee. Mr. E. L. Samuels will leave next Sunday for a trip to St. Louis while there he , will com bine business with pleasure. Mr. Geo. Love is on a visit to relatives in. Texas, hurry back Geo., she seems to lonesome rrwhile you are away, A m umber of Muskogee's young people are preparing to give a concent, in the near future for the benefit of the First Bap- tist church. The following named gentle men of Muskogee departed Tues day night for Oklahoma City. 0. T. on Masjnic Lodge bupineaa. Messrs. Trimble, Twine, Hard " wiclr and Rontie. Mr. Johnson' $rip to St. Lo...

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. — 29 September 1904

if T P it ' IS Rear Admiral Hichborn Recommends Pe-ru-na. it A Lmaarw?ifb"LWmikuawa& ft ' 1uT'vHC'0''vj v sssmm. nw 'bsbbbbbbbbbbSb0''v' Usssmw n );'hfaaaaaaaaaaaaBmmm fkama m Sir'amaammmmwmmm r " aHl lBBBBBBBBBBBKliBBK$OT3A',ii"isWf Philip Ittchborn,Rear Admiral United States Xavy, writes from Washington, D. C, as follows: "After tba use of Perunm for a abort period, I can now cheerfully recant mend your valuable remedy to any one who fa In need of an Invigorating tonic." Philip Hichborn. No remedy ever yet devised has re ceived such unstinted eulogy from so many renowned statesmen and military men as 1'cruna. Our army and navy are" the natural protection of our country. Pcruna is the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. 1 f you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna, write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of j'our case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Ad...

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. — 29 September 1904

ft! If He Knows Better Now. She liail a dimple in her check. And I was lost In admiration, The thing. I know.- s not unique, - And In .some people's estimation. A mure depression of the skin. A sort of inverse of a pimple; Hut, all the aame, I can't begin To tell you how I loved that dimple. I loved to watch the lady smile; 11 was .supreme, the satisfaction 1th which 1 looked upon h-r whllo Her dimpled cheek got Into ictlon; I never knew what things she wore, What frock or hat or hood or wimple, I was contented to adore Her fascinating little dimple. Alns! In course of time I learneo That cozy resting place for Cupid Had been into the muscle burned Or cut which I consider stupid. It caught me fairly, that I own, But now I'm not so young or simple, And dermatologists have shown Me how n girl can get a dimple. Chicago News. The Prickly Pear's Sting. There grows in Africa a cactus the loaves and fruit of which are a terror to the just ami unjust alike. The plant grows so quickly and Is...

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. — 29 September 1904

v" - 'r " . Z. rn fcr frrTTTTBgB rr ' Jf - H f PORTO RICAN NOVELTIES. Mammccs nnd Fourport Nuts Are Among the Recent Importations. Two now curiosities aro being featured at the local market side show. They are, good peoplj, worth almost Iho prlco of admission alonn, says tho Chicago Trib une. Each might bo callod the "what is it?" The larger o( tho two Is known by two names mammeo apple and hr pota, tho lattor being the Spanish for it. It was captured off the const of Porto Itlco by a party of, fishermen out in search of big fish, and was brought to this country at enormous expense. The mammoe resembles tho ordinary cocoa nut in many ways, but it Is a few sizes cmnllor than tlint worthy. Externally speaking, it Is not as attractive as an American beauty, but from another point of vlow it is well, one only wishes that ho had the price, that's all. In taste the mammeo is a cross between a pench and an apricot. One mammeo goes a long way, because almost every thing but the jacket is go...

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. — 6 October 1904

TG fllusKoaee meter. Volume 5 Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday October 6, 1904. Number 52. RIGHT PARTY FOR NEGROES. Republicans Maintain Human Rights at All Times. PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSE VELT A GALLANT LEADER. HY CIIAS. ALEXANDER IN COL. STATESMAN. The Republican party was born in 1795 It was called into pxistence for the purpose of meeting stern and trying- condi tions and to solvo problems that required the organization of the best intellectual forces of the timo; and though it was deemed tho fir&t duty of the party to se cure political freedom to the While man, it did not stop there; it developed in power and mag nanimnity until it also brought political freedom to the black man. For over 40 years it has contonded that all men breathing the air of this grand -republic, whether they be black or white, aliall be free free to labor, free to exercise political duties as citizens, fro to engage in many business and professional com petition free to enjoy life and the pursuit...

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. — 6 October 1904

Be calm In nrgultitf, for flerceric-t mnk'os error a fnult and truth discour teous). Herbert. Allen's Foot-Ease, Wonderful Remedy. "Hnvo tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, nnc llnd It to bo n c'ortnin euro, and tflvoa com fort to one suftoring with sore, tender nnd swollon feet. I will rocommond ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE to my friends, as It 1h crtrtlnly n wonderful rcincdy.Mrs. N. II. Guilford, Now Orlotins, !La." ' But Not Often. Occasionally a mother meets a young woman who 1b almost good enough lo become tho wlfo of her son. For Thirty Yearo. "Inclosed find money order for ono dollar, for which please send Its worth In Simmons Liver Purifier, put up In tin boxes. I havo been using tho med icine for thirty years." THOS. H. HEILLY, Joncsvillc, La. No comment necessary. Price 25c per box. Big Price for Orchid. For an orchid, an Odontoglossuin Crispum CoolvHoniae, $.1,3(K) was re cently paid. If ono fight for good behavior, God unites ono a present of tho good feel ings. .1. II Ewing LARGEST IRRIGATI...

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. — 6 October 1904

IN GREAT DISTRESS VOMITING SPELLS LONG RESIST ED EVERY EFFORT TO CHECK. (mwr r QJ3d Imvsntk Mrs. Brooks Became So Weak She Thinks 8he Would Have Died But For Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mrs; Sarah L. Brooks, of. No. 45 Lin coln Paik, Chicago, Illinois, gives the following account of her euro from dis tressing spells of vomiting: "For five years off and on 1 waa treated in vain by different doctois for relief from a stomach trouble which shoved Itself in frequent and trying spell ot vomiting. Part of the time I was ablo to work, and again I would be confined to bed for three or four days In succession. "My stomach was at times so deli cate that it would not retain even plain water. The spells would some times occur at intervals of half an hour, and would leave mo bo weak that I would bo compelled to Ho down between them. I would havo several ol them during tho night following a day of such attacks. Finally 1 bo- came so weakened that I had to glvo up working altogether.' I weighed only...

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. — 6 October 1904

frliflwlrifi iiii iMiiUwrti,U,.jfewiifciJi i iI.iiiil itifciigMBiiilllll rl p. "w vf r V THE C1METER, Published ovoiy woclc in tho interest of tho Nepfro by the Olmotor Publishing Co. Euterod at tho Post Oflico nt Munkogoo, I. T., ni Bocoud oltifia mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In tulvuiice) One Yonr $1,00 Six Months 00 Thrco Months 25 District court ie now in session Tho grand jury empaneled Mon day and got down to business at onoo, Tho fellows who have been violating tho laws havo now an opportunity to make them selves scarce. W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manigor J. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor! Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana. Tho state will bo republican al though very close. Tho chargo of Judgo Ray mond to tho grand jury of brib ery at eloctions was vory timely The eign of tho "Times" point to tho mulcing: of a new stato next winter out of what is known as Oklahoma and I...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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