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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 17 June 1916

I THE MUSKOGEti CIMKTEK. W. II. Twine I R. I'rlco E. D. NickciiH W. II. Twine, Jr. E. II. Twlno THE N. A. C. W. J-Milnr Associate Editor AsHocinte Killtor Manuci . Collector MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRCS3 ASSOCIATION Thu National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Mrs. Hooker T. Wash ington president, holds its next Men ial in Haltimore, Maryland, bcKinninK Sunday, August (ilh, with a mass meet iiiK in Hcthel A. M. E. Church and regular program August 7 to 10 in clusive. Ii is hoped this will he the most largely attended meeting in the his tory of the orKuninfcLion. The Cimeter is for Teddy Roosevelt for President kvcausu he is a sure winner. The Cimeter ia the only Republican paper in the City of Muskogee. The cWly Rhoenix is sometimes Republi can and sometimes independent but at (no present time it claims to be inde pendent, such a changing is not worth three whoops in h 1 to any political party and yet Rixby, its editor, got rich at the Republican piu counter. What base ingratitu...

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. — 17 June 1916

' m 1 A m Interstate Oil, Gas, Minding and A corporation with a purpose. Ii you FOItKWOKD For a number of years thousands of men lmvo made fortunes In the oil fluids of Eastern Oklahoma, and the number of men who are making these for tunes Is constantly Increasing. The reason the number Is increasing is beam so the oil fields of this wonderful Bectlon of thu country arc still In tholr Infancy and geologists say that thu actual oil sup ply has been little moro than simply ."tapped." Geological surveys and production already proven show that practically the whole of Kastern Okla homa from tho Stato of KansaB on the north to thu State of Texas on the South is ono continuous oil Held, tho richest production already proven being in tho counties of Kay, Osage, Washington, Nowata, Craig, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner, Muskogee, Okmul gee, Creek, Okfuskee, Mcintosh, Hughes, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Marshall and Carter. There are many other counties which are positively known to lmvo oil and gas but th...

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. — 17 June 1916

Farmers AND BIG LEAGUE Conf wifl erence "i"T rrrmnrnTTT i mi inn hum STi B M To Be The Quest of the Business Men's League The Muskogee Negro Business League with the assistance and co-operation of the Federal Agents are calling the farmers of North Eastern Oklahoma to meet in a Conference to be held at the m Convention Hall, JUNE 19th kooee, Okla SP i 9 1 imwcMiMiMiiiini iraasa&rezai nssssaanz&sri rTnTnirfTiwui.M. , nn nrmni The Boys and Girls Clubs and the Women's Home Making Clubs will be given places on the Program. Special Arrangments will be made for the enjoyment and pleasure of the clubs. The League will give prizes as follows; A suit of clothes to the boy who writes the best composition about his club work this year, and a dress to the girl who writes the best composition about her club work this year, A prize for every member attending the meeting. Free Automobile lCAl5 IN THB CITY Or MUSKOGEE: HON, A L. HOLSEY National Organizer Will be here and address the farmers...

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. — 1 July 1916

VOL. 18 NO. Ilfflti Washington, 13. G Juno 17. Tn a recent debate in tin: IToiip of congress, Congressman Martin Madden of Minis made a ditr mined stand for the lights of Ne groo, and in a debute with Con ressman Clark of Florida drove some shots home. We reprint part of Mr. Maddon's. hot reply to Con gressman C lark: "No, I must refuse to yield at this time. He sn; they propose nevjr to permit these nit n to vr te Well, I suppose that will he true if they have their way. But there are 10 000.000 of these people in America. They will rise in their might some day against those who are keeping them down The, have been loyal to the llajj. Thej have fought in every battle that has been waged for the liberty ol the nation. They have shed their blood upon every battlefield. They are law-abiding citizens. They are loyal to the country and consti tution, and they are enlitledto bet ter consideration than they are re ceiving at the hands of rmnlike our distinguished friend from Flo rida, and...

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. — 1 July 1916

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Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 July 1916

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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. — 1 July 1916

u4. THE MUSKCXJHH CI.MFrKU. W. H. Twine P. K. I'rico E. I). NiekoMS W. H. Twine, .lr E. H. Twine Editor AsHoeiutu Editor AsHot'inte Editor Mitnnccr Collector ,IIU . w THE N. A. t. . . . r- k., m f r n NATIONAL NCORO PRCOO ASSOCIA i iwi ThoNatioimlAifewS! LI m I5t,m, ;.,, wuh a mass nu-et-Sunduy, AukunI I'11';, $ riiutrh and tnK tn Helhel A. M. " ' ,6 jn. rcKular program Aukusi ' for President Wnuse ho is a muc winnrr. .17 ,i... nAv Ucmililicaii aSifes .JUajlKUUCjiujisnotwoKh Schnt tlio Ki.pul.H.-jin piu coiiiiUt. What haHc initrnliUNlu. SK(Sl5CSA)NMNTKShuifiAlj! The lU'lit on laws which difcninin ..(. ' iiL'aiiiHt the colored people con- try. The latter part of March the Texas state supicine court in the case of Frank A. Spence versus . I . Konchler. on ap.cal from hi jiho county, held that the c. lit of x s have no authority to estahlish districts IMI'KOVED I'ASSENfJEU SKKVK'K ON M., O. & ' Effective Suiulny. May 21st. the M. O. & (!. Kv. established HlvupuiK ' rnr service ...

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. — 22 July 1916

1 gee Cimeter. VOL, NO. 7 MU-KOC11SK, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY JULY L'-J THICK $1.00 A YEAR JL i Lf 'J WJL 3 Cr vc L'll ith art ik. tiff ,tnn re bu c. l .: bS;t -.. i nplexion m V!ut ,fil. Ski c Only Vy 1ACY e rJt' lor 1 I criA. J 5cjj 'rt.rcd 1 I EM Battered Negro Trooper Describes How it Feels To Encounter Massacre First Photograph From Ba'tle Of Carrizall A few-5ilr It :' fcv&iiJ r. ' - aS? 3ssiwritJ -.. .irr- . -.r-r - .g-T- -! -V; - J r - . T-.-.JiU "..Jt .".'-n.-AV 1 ..-:, .S CXJ ktt&ri sktAA'-n dk S ;i&A.Wr rT,tj,;?nnlniiW fnmin -nwrtwri -TjaMMautifa. e&m&)mni1,4 ni"p-jt., , p"A , , "JOKIXfi AT CAIMUZA!." "For fortj-flve tiilnutos tho mcu toiiKlit, JoUIuk nmoiiK tlionibclvos all tlio while, even when lliey roallzt'd wo lia'l lit'c-n tnijipod and had little (hame ot Kfttlnj; out alho." Ho Capt. Moroy do.scriho.s tho conduit oi his troopers at Cnrrial, in tho most su lioua prodicaincnt that any body of American soldiers lias been in siuco tho Spanish war. Ill Ir.M...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 July 1916

Til 13 MUSKOCI5I5 OlMWI'lSll. W. II. Twine I K. Price E. I). NicUcMK W. II. Twine. J r E. II. Twinr iMIlar Aiwwiule ISdilor AsHocmie Kdilor Miuingor . Colluelor run n. a. -'. w. M tMDCI I NATIONAL NCOnO Pit. Oj AOSOCIATIOl Thu Nnlionnl Arniocmlian of Colored Women's Cliil.c, Mis Honker V. W.mh Inirton prcHiili'iil. holds iIh iieU biun Ul in Hnltimoie. Mmylnnd. li-Kliimnir Sunday, August (Jib. with iiiawi mocl iiiK i" Hflhol A. M. V.. C IMm--li aiui regular program Autfimt 7 to 10 in clusive. ... ,i It is hoped this will ! Ihy most lnrKely intended meet in j: m le I"51 torv of tin oirm.-ti-ri The Cimeter is for Teddy Unonovelt for President luontiM? lie i. ii nure wlnnrr. Tiie Cimeter n Hie only IlepuMi . paper in the City of MunkoKc. The daily Phoenix is unmet iiiuh Republi can and sometimes independent bill at (tie present time u claims lo ho Inde pendent, sueh a t Imnjrinfr is not worth thrte whoops in h I to any polit nil party and yot Up by. its editor. ir"t rich at thu Iti-puNu...

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. — 22 July 1916

J WASH FOty TIMES A YEA- Old Dutoh Cul" m of Quarterly Clothes Washing Required ImmtnM Qua itltlcs c? Linen. FlTorr one has hoard of the airmail and Dutoh method of accumuletlay oiled clothes and of harlnK a wusrJay only two or Ihrso tlmos a year Not rery one rrallz'o perhaps, th.it tho mi torn wan brought over to thin cyim try from HrllmiU an I thnt tho Dutc settler lor - continued Its practiue. 1 thsso days of over-read j laundry, It U -ttnniro lo road of the laborious period which ramti to our New Am terdam anceMnra lour times a year Helen l'vortimi 51in1tb tulhi about It Li. "Colonial Day find Way." Tho cuutom of quarterly slothee waahlnK was maintained notwltlistand 'nf oiir mimii rr 'job's and the ln menne quantlttuH of clotha ueconurj to keop up th stnt of cleanliness re quired by Dutch Im-tlncta A Nov. u.'n-lander who bud married a cltli?r of Nov. York write In 1700, of this practice r.bl'.h t?a undoubtedly tranpe to her "Qrmidmo'her Mora n no dwi lr.i Hr quarterly wash thin...

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. — 22 July 1916

V I St'-A' it W.JIMIIMII "-l ""'',mi,1",'rl "" 27. "-' ' ..,M.I,. wiii)t.m.iOT.,,,li.i,i,,w,.a, 4:0 WASH FOW TIMES OM Dutch CutlVn of Quarterly Clothev Waahlng Requlrod ImmmM Quaitlttea e? Linen. Rvery one him hoard of the Orrmw, and Dutch method of accmmilcUsir , oiled clothra and of harlrirc a wiisl;Jnj only two or threo Umoa a year No! very ona realizes, porhapa, that the cuatom wan brought ovor to this cotm try from Holland and that tho Di'tc i ttlera Iohr continued Itn practise. In theae days of ever-ready laundry, It ia arrange i" i ruu ui urn inuunwur if period which camo to our New A.ro terdam ancestors four Umoa a year. Holen Kvortson Smith tolla about ft la "Colonial Days and Way." The custom of quarterly clothe wftahlng- wan maintained notwlthstand n our ummer heats and the Im ruansn quantities of clothes noceaiarj to keep up the atate of deal i'nesa re quired by Dutch Inntlncta. A No ninjrlnndor who had married a cltlser of Now York writes, In 1760, of thli aractla whl:h...

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. — 5 August 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY AUG. 5 I01G NO. U l'KICI'j $.i.O A YEAU ( Battered Negro Trooper Describes How it Feels To Encounter A Massacre First Photograph From Battle Of Carrizal! . . .., .... f ,,... '---,. ,.,... I'.ii- .ild II.' -' , 1 l."l f W.l, J.,-L,l,llJll.!--!ml.'.flH .... J. ..II, "JOKING AT CAllKIKAh." "For forty-five minutes the men fought, joking among themselves uu the while, even when they realized we hud boon trapped and had little chance of getting out alive." So Capt Morey describes the conduct of his troopers at Cartful, in the most se rious predicament that any body of American soldiers has been in slnco tho Spanish war. In tingle extremity, thoBe men in khaki were true to tho American tra dition. It was not that they fought bravely any race can do that, even Mexican. Hut they fought with smiles on their lips and burst into Bong while the lead sprayed around them from Mexican machine guns and enoimouBly superior enemy forces charged their...

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. — 5 August 1916

J-' THE MUSKOfiKK CIMKTKK. W. II. Twine P. K. Price. E. D. Nickcns W. II. Twine, Jr. Editor Associate Kditor Associate rjdltor Manager K. II. Twino Collector THIS N. A. C. W. MEMDCR NATIONAL. NCORO PF-iCSS ASSOCIATION ' r Tho National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Mrs. Hooker T. Wash ington president, holds its next Men ial in Baltimore, Maryland, beginning Sunday, August Gth, with a mass meet ing in Bethel A. M. K. Church and regular program August 7 to JO m cluiive. It Ib hoped this will he the most largely attended meeting in the his tory of the organisation. The Cimeter is for Teddy Roosevelt for President localise hu is a sure winner. The Cimeter in ttoe only Republican paper in the City of Muskogee. The , daily Phoenix is sometimes Republi- can and sometimes independent but at flit present time it claims to be inde pendent, such a changing is not worth three whoops in h -- I to any political ( party and yet Iiixhy, its editor, got , rich at tho Republican pie c tinier ...

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. — 5 August 1916

hvwsa THE GALLANT '1TTH fAVALKY HATS OFF! and purdinio their tickets. Tho rornd trip in $:! 70. Ticket an snlo on the 7 til We expect a large nt-teuden'!'. m i mmu m. m juu i. ... ii mini - Tumi rmi nwi mii iiii h m w i i.mmj.i i . . , W (This editorial closes Isnnc Fisher's work on Tuskegee Fanner.) Somewhere In tliu wilds of Mexico, without Christian bmial hut with bodies cold and stark upon tho ground bodies pierced by bullets of steel under the withering heat by day and watched by thesllent moon und stars by night, unpitiod out there, Bao by a merciful Hod somewhere In strife-torn Mexico, there rest in death the llowcr of tho gallant Tenth Cavalry Negro sol diers, who wore the uniform of the United States of America. The Story or a IJattle. We have not all tho facts (Juno 2C); but on Juno 21, 1910, General Frederick Funston rcportud that "There was a clash this morning nt Carrlzal, near ilia Ahuniada, be tween Cainuua and American troops In which General dome and others were kil...

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. — 5 August 1916

THK (JAIiliANT 'I UXTII CAVAIJtV HATS ori'J (This cilllorlal clones Isaac Fisher's work on Tuskegeo Fnrmor.) Somewhere In tho wllila of Mexico, wltliont Christian burlul but with bodies colli anil stark upon tho ground- bodies pli-it-uil by bullets of steel under the withering heat by day and wutchod b thcsllonl moon and Btars by nielli, unpltlod out there, auvo by a merciful (loil Bouiuwhcro In strife-torn Mexico, theru rest In death tlio llower of the gallant Tenth Caxalry -Negro sol diers, who woro the mil form of the Uultvd States of America. The Story of a Ilattli. Wo have not all tho facta (.him 2C); but on Juno 21, l'JUi, General Frederick Funstoti reported that "There wiih a dash this morning at Carrlzal, near Ilia Ahuiuada, be tween Canann and American troops In which Ceneral (loiiic. and others were killed, (he number unknown. The number of American killed or wounded unknown ' The report further Htated that tho Americana were dccocd Into a trap by a Hag truco; ami that It ...

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. — 12 August 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol. 18 NO. 10 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA SATURDAY AlV,. ii 19I0 PHICK $1.00 A YEAU Roosevelt Applauds Hughes9 Speech Theodore Roosovelt sat tn a box at Cnrnt't'lo Hull when Mr. Hughes de livered hla unucch of acceptance and vigorously upplauded every telllug point. I The Colonel repeatedly aroso and bowed In response to the cheers for him anil the shouts of "Toddy I" "Tcd lyl" "Murruli for Teddyl", and when the meeting adjourned he mado the following btatcment: "It Is an admirable spoech and I irish to call attention to the following poluts: I "1 uin particularly pleasod with the exposure of the folly, and worse than I folly, of Mr. Wilson's Mexican policy I and of the way In which this policy has brought humiliation to tho United States aiul disaster to Mexico Itself, i "Moreover, 1 am very glad of the j straightforward manner in which Mr. Hughes haa shown tho ridicule with which Mr. Wilson has covered this na tion by the manner In which ho al lowed foreign powers to...

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. — 12 August 1916

v.mmt!fc?i?i!amm j ."' "! "r nw .w 1 i mini iyjill-'' -"niimMmiW THIS MUHKOfiBB CIMHTBIt. W. II. Twine P. II. Price K. I). NIckrriM W. H. Twine, Jr. Kdltor Associate Kdltor Associate- Bdltor l.tningor B. J I. Twimi . Lolluclor TUB N. A. J. V. M R M U ? n NATIONAL NI8IIO I'll ASSOCIATION Tin- ('Imeler ii Iho only Kopuldintu paper in tin City of Muskoguo. Tim duly Phoenix in Komotinio Kcpuldi ran mid sometimes independent but III (do piosonl limit it I'lllllllH lo ltd Inde pendent, audi u changlne; in not worth thru1 whoops in Ii I to lill.V pullliCHl party mid yet Illxhy. II cdllor, k1 rail jit t)tu Republican phi c outer. What hnse Iiiunilituilu. HBtiKIHiATION IN TKXAS ('"TIBS lU.KHAU. The fighl on law which diNcrliniii-1 nli HKftlnul thu colored pontile con tinue in vnrioiiH sectioni of the rutin ' try. Tim latter purl of March the, iVxiih hI it to supreme court in llio enso . of Frank A. Speii'-o crius W. H.I j'Ynrhlor, on nppiml fmm, 101 Pnao counly, liolil Hint tin cities of Tox...

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. — 12 August 1916

rj 'i MFD ' : i fat fat 01CTV g u ya nil i I ' 'mm, PROHIBITION LAW FAILS TO LESSEN NUMBER OF ADDICTS lova Hospital Physician Quoted as Saying "Dry" Legislation Has Mot Succeeded In Curbing Ills Resulting From Excess, While Incipient Drunkards In crease Tho Des Moines (la.) Capital recent ly printed tho following Item over tho signature of Mildied Marquette, show ing tho failure of Prohibition hiwa to curl) Inebriety The state Inebrlato hospital at Knoxvlilo prosen's the same si one with Iowa dry that It did a year ago or previously Tho hospital la full of pa tients and the Immigration thero across tho alcoholic sea continues without abatement Dr. Muokin, who has been at the In ebrlato hospital for a little over n year, tailed about piohibltion and Ha oflect on Iowa Inebrlucy. "The llrst few months after tho new regime wont Into effect, 1 wns very hopeful. The newspapers printed sto ries to the effect that tho Inebrlato hospital would not ho needed much longer, and I presume that In...

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. — 12 August 1916

r tmmmmmtmmmammm,mmmmmmamtmmmmmtmfammmmmmmmammmmtmmmammmammmmmmmmmtm How the Wilson Administration Has Penalized Patriotism "Hartuc In view the possibility of furthor aggression upon the territory of the United States from Mexico and the necessity for tlio propor protcc lion of that frontier," President Wil ton, on June 18, called out the mobile arms of tho National Guard for federal service. He did not call them out at their existing poace strength, but at war strength, which Is practically doublo. Lacking a nystem of re servos, the National Guard organizations Immedi ately had to start a campaign of ro crultlng, to bring about tho desired In crease In their numbers. Patriotic young citizens, under the urge of the cry, "Your country needs . you," voluntoored for sorvlco In gratl- 1 fylng numbers. According to Senator Chamborlaln, chairman of tho Sonata Commlttoo on Military Alfalrs, the ro- ' suit is that about 1.15,000 citizen sol- j dlers havo bean mustered Into the ' federal sor...

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 1916

i I u? T . e . meter. Vol. 18 NO, IB MUSKOGEE, OKEAIIOMA. SATURDAY SB 'T. 2 1010 PRICE $1.00 A YEAR TTse Muskogee Ci J 1 MH. HUQI-SES ANSWERS. Thoso Who Clamored for His VIewaj Are Hearing Them. Thoso friends of Democracy who clnmoretf so loudly for Mr. Hughes' opinions upon current lssueu whllo ho still IipU tho high olllco of justice of tho uuprcnio court, are now fully answered by the private citir.cn, who Hiirrcnderod his judicial position to nccedu to tho wishes of a majority oC the people ns expressed through their) Instruct'ouH to their delegates to tliej ltepublican national convention. Mr. IIu;;h a has not dlnppo;ntod; thoao who have repoird confidence lii his ehanreter and Judgment. In liN Hjieceh of acceptance he has "learly set forth tho vital Ihhuus upon which tlio ltepuhlichn party proposes to conduct tho campaign thli fall. On tho platform ho is telling tho nation wherein tho present administration) has been nt fault and what Is neces sary to be done to restore the Un...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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