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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 September 1916

THE MUSKOCJKi: CIMITTCK. W. II. Twine P. R. Price E. I). NickctiH W. II. Twine. Jr. E. II. Twino Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Manager Collector 'i in: n. a. c. w. MCMQER NATIONAL NCOrjO PRCflS A330CIATION The Clmctr i tio only Republican paper in the City rtf Muskogee. The' daily Phoenix it somctimcB Hcpuhli enn nnd sometimes independent hut nt (no present timo it claims to ho hide- j fimint, such n chnnging is not worth hrso whoops in h 1 to any political party nnd yet Hixby, its editor, Kot rich nt tho Republican pic cuntcr. ' What uaso Ingratitude. KEI'UHLIC'AN COUNTY CANDIDATES. For Shei iff P. J. Hays. For County Attorney H. C. Whippennan. For County Judge Myron White. For County Treasurer A .A. Coupland. For County Assessor J. W. Hubbard. For County Clerk W. S. Ilar sha. For Court Clerk Dr. J. M. Coon. For County Superintendent Miss Alice M. Robertson. For County Surveyor M. A. Earl. For County Weigher F. T. Swift. Commissioners. No. 1. John L. Cooper, Ft. Gib son....

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 1916

lr v ifTiftjiiiniiTinsi 5 1 i. K n V. I'.ii i" J n H il H t i run) so h yasH B 22S PBH 91 N o u li fa au J m i T ANKER AND MERCHANT CALL "DRY" LAWS A FARCE AMD FALLACY ius'.noss Lien, I-armors and Taxpayers Suffer From Evil jj Effects of Sumptuary Lcjis- I lation IVliilo Much Liquor is ConsumcJalEncrmcusPriccG ITlio dctr'mental c.'fect of prohlbi Ion upon tlio business nnn, the tax mcr and tho farmer is slid a n in iowspnpor Interviews . ith two buol , inso man of tho "dij" stacs of Wash Sglon and Idaho 1 ho r utn. (Mont ) tllnor, which printed tho intuit lew j is: fFicd M. Ilinkley, a banker of JlaitlcHton, Wash., who lias boon Mi Sutto on business, nas that piohibi Jon in Washington i i not only a farcu, jut that it has hurt 1 uJnoas to a unurknblo degree Propel t values javo depreciated, .hllc tnere ban loon n burden of taes taken fioni tho jltlzons, and tho woikln? of tho law jocently - oteil by tho people of tho Itnto i3 turning out in Ju .t tho sanio iishlon ns elsowhcio In so...

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. — 2 September 1916

"JfflMW' UHgtiafcfcVCtlr. POLICE hud STORE ALSO CONFISCATE "MOON- SHINE" WHISKY IN SEATTLE WAREHOUSE AND FIND OLD DAT Headgear Important Factor In Making " Bootleg" Liquor, Which Was Strained Through .It Life In Washington State Is Just One Darned Raid After Another Llfo far tho pollco of "Dry" Seattlo 1h Just ono dnrnod liquor raid nftcr nnothor. MoBt of tho Illicit goodB aro found In drug Htoros. Tho Seattlo Times doBcrlboH tho latest raids, In this mannor: Tho known holdings of tho Hillings loy family In Sonttlo n drug Htoro ft IGUC Third avonuo and tho warohoiuo Htock nt 1128 WoHtlako avonuo, passed Into memory tho othor dny wlu u wrecking Hiiuml headed liy Sorgoa ' V. H. Putnam of tho pollco depart ment mid nrmed with firemen's nxm, roducod everything of valuo Into Hplin torH. IJeor, hlttora and two barrola of high-proof grain alcohol were confln cated. HohIiIcs tho secrot trap doors and tho "lookouta," interest of tho officers centered largoly on tho crudity of tno allowed whi...

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. — 9 September 1916

uskogee Cimeter. iff fa iwl e idaJ IStJI llchl Vol. 18 NO. 11 SEEK PROGRESSIVE AND LABOR VOTES ON FALSE CLAIMS ' Democrats Posing as the En actors of Legislation Which the Indisputable Facts Show to Be of Republi can Origin. AUTHORITY ON SOUND SOCIAL LAW CITES 11 GLARING CASES Organized Lnbor Resents This Decep tion and Running True to Form Will In November as at Many Previous Elections Indignantly Smite Those Who Without Justice Lay Claim to Its Gratitude Even the Much-Tout-ed Federal Reserve Law Is Uased Entirely on the Statistical Research of a Republican Administration. That "No class Is mine Instant than labor to condemn and pmiNli those who without foundation lav il.tlm to Its gintltude" H the nsstitioii of .holm Williams, ex-commissioner of laboi. apropos of ceitaiu false claims set forth h.v Vance MeCotiiilck, Detnooint ic National Chaliman, In hi half of his party. Chairman McCormlck caused to be published In the Xevv Yoik Times, on Jtilj 31, an appeal for Pmgiosslve and La...

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. — 9 September 1916

TIM MUSKOGRK C1MCTEU. J V. TI. Twin Editor) P. It. IMee. Associate Kditor i:. 1). Nlekens Associate Ldltor i W. II. Twine. Jr Maniger E. 11. Twine . . .- Colkctoi '111 Is. N. A. ( Vt. MUMDLK NATIONAL NKONO PR48 ASSOCIATION The CinMtr is the only Republican paper in the Cit of Muskogee. The ddl I hocmx ir sometimes Itepuhh c.nn and sometime independent but at the present time it claims to bo iml pendent, such a changing in not worth thrc whoops in h 1 to any political party mul yet Hlxby, its odtlor, pot rich nt the Republican pin cintcr What base inrratituele. The Republican party is the ship and all else the sea. The Oklahoma Negro is suie of that from bitter experience. Political Jottings J Mr. McCormhk follow thu Minit' mothod In claiming credit for legilu tlon lie docs In his predictions He Includes seveinl aits of the 'l'uft Ad nilnluti atloii The Democratic pres Is convinced Unit It Is tho duty of Mr. Hughe to nay something Dint wilt hurt his cliance of being elected. Presiden...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 September 1916

rsr t3cw" "T" P0INT8 FROM !! HUGHES' SPEECHES 4 Reckless cxtravaganco of the !! Democrats Is nn lusult to the V American people. !i l, Deserving Democrats I Deerv- j J Ing In heaven's name of whntV ij p! We have a splendid system of jjj government, on paper, hut we j! want tluit system vitalized, ft pj The pork harrcl hill brings a J ft blush of shame to the cheeks of X jJ every American. '' fi 1 uni hero because 1 have u , J vision of what America nceiR jJ Iji An Idlo Amerlcun will always !! feel uncomfortable. t J Amerlcn will not hold her own f, by high-sounding phrases. JJ Are we not u nation great V, enough to have sullkient fore- j V sight to protect our borders In $ A n sensible fashion by means of !! J sensible preparedness? 5 If we state our lights In a firm ,, V and determined mnnncr It j should carry conxletlon. The" i ) hhould be nn vacillation In con- JJ if nectltin with that assertion. A V W 5::0"0;...::...w WEST VIRGINIA BOOTLEGGER WIELDS ICE PICK ii 1 Prohibition Sle...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 September 1916

(11) The Comuiprfe Court wns nc tiinlly abolished during the Tuft Ail tulnlsttallon, although It litis not liccn demonstrated tluit Km abolition was ii wlso Rtl'p. "Any statement hereafter emanating from Mr. McOoiinlck will he subjected to tliu closest scrutiny. The onors In Ms first effort nro Inexcusable and enn only nroifo resentment among lulior men mid Roclal woikors. No class Is more Instant Hum labor to condemn and punish those who u Wh om fotmdatlon lay clnlin to It.s grutl tude. "Will Mr. McCormlck explain IiIh padding of the Uoeoid?" (Signed) JOHN WILLIAMS, IX'-Commlssloner of Labor, New York State. ...... ia L.j 1 a-vyo..!"- '""" -"j&Tcm, s-J DES MOINES POLICE CAPTURE, PUS I LI UUR RAID THE INCONSIDERATE DEHAVIOR OF A CANDIDATE. Why docs Mr. I Inches limlst upon talking about that old fashioned, not to nay "Inhii'ltons," doctrine, the pio tect'vo turllT? Tor neiuly the whole period of Us Indnstilal existence, the United Slates struggled along under piotecllon. The Dem...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 September 1916

' '-JH '. r-Pi " mr v - S a " npfpt m Lot J XiJ f ys '.-a jtt$i fT . i m m b m v r v fotsr - & k h at & 3C .'V 7 ? k f F M tW IB M 3 Jh:A & iir &w ss r.-si c5k $ 'C & iLKs f T JQL Iv'V.Jf t Vo 18 NO. II MfSKOCIilfi, OKUIIOMV. SATUItnn SLl l lo, lUiuV V HI CIO $.ro A YEAK iO e .?jn Lrfft I fa MA r4 5 M'KINLEY'S WAR COS? LESS BLOODSHED THAN WILSON'S PEACE By Thcodoie Roosevelt. Under l'reldeht McKlnley we had ii uiir with Spain. Under President WlNiin we arc assured Hint we h:ie had "peace", with .Me.slco. These nro the words. Now for the deeds. Iurln the win with Spain fewer Aincilcnn were, killed hy the HpiiulimN than have heen killed hy Mel cans during the present "peace" with .lo.lco. Let me repeat this. A ki eater ntimher of Anur leans have heen Hilled hj Meeans during these years when we are otlleJull Informed that wo have heen at peace with them, than were killed hy the Spaniards during our entire wai with Spain Moreover when the war with Spain was through. ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 September 1916

Watch it sink! V. H. Twine IN H. Prirt! K. I). Ntckein W. II Twine. Jr. Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Manager E. II. Twine Collector THE N. A. C. V. c: MI.MUL.rt icna' nuoho r A SSOL. IATION TIIK Ml'SKOKKK CIMin'tilt. . . win the pre The Cirn Ur H the only Iicpiibliran paper in the City of Muskogee.1. The daily 1 hoiMihc is sometimes Republi can and Hoin-'tiiiio.i independent hut at tlie orient time it hums to he inde pendent, such a cliaiifcitif? in not worth thri whoops in li 1 to any political party And yet Hily. its editor, got rich nt the Republican pie cuntcr. What base inKiatitiide. The Republican party is the ship and all else the sea The Oklahoma Nojjro is sure of that from hitter experience. Ri:i't HMCAN (Ol'NTY CANDIDATES. ?nr Congress Scioiwl llMilt Hnrry Ward. For Shel-iir R "j. Hiiyfl. For County Attorney II. u Whippcrman. For County .Indue Myron White. For County Treasurer A .A. Coupland. For Cnuntv Assessor ,1. W. JIubbanl. l-'or County Clerk V. S. Har ahn...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 September 1916

EMPTY PHRA8ES INSTEAD OF CONCRETE ACTION. Not once has President Wilson quarely placed before the Am. erlcan people the question which Abraham Lincoln put before the American people In 1860; what Is our duty? Not once has he appealed to moral Idealism, to tho stern enthusiasm of strong men for the right. On the con. trary, he has employed every elocutionary device to lull to sleep our cense of duty, to make us content with words Instead of deeds, to make our moral Idealism and enthusiasm evap orate In empty phrases Instead of being reduced to concrete action From the speech of Col. Theodore Roosevelt, delivered at Lewlston, Maine, in behalf of Charles E. Hughes. Telling Tariff Points Let these tollIn points on tariff mill piotoctlon in the speech by Chillies Ijuiis Hughes, the Republi can candidate for Pi evident, elclivoMcl In the bait Lake Tiiltei nude, he llxetl pcrinniientl) III join mind and memory dmlng the remainder of tlio campaign : Wo in u doslious of having stiong and sur...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 September 1916

HlWO.lJiiKl i'i Wi' BtPUBLiCAM TiffllrJ JS f MM WILSON Built Panama Canal Out of Cur rent Revenues, Patriotically Hoarding Bonds in Treasury Which Democrats Filch ' lo Hkle a Deficit. CARNIVAL OF DEBAUCHERY . , IN PIOLIC EXPENDITURE Counter fWo-i JJellcvM the LpoUtl Condition of, lh .Treasury Will KeecU.V.fl tb Vihtel'iino of . anlrt for BatMeiR'iM sUOc lay Hit Who? 8:hrm9 of Prepared nees' Nation' ' Money Fritter ri Away to Finance Wart-BralfitiT .-! til Advised Project. WIIMnin II. Wlllox. Clinlrmnn the Upiiblloati Nntlonul Committee htm ivee"s fnuii S;mUir I'cnn-w it brief lii' positive ' ftuiiiiiiltiK V "' " extra v'ugniioeV of the Wilson Admllil- Ir.itlon during tliP.inioii of Ciyi-ftpiM JuM about to clow. iMf ppmunr. Hii,v-. Tli.r i f !o pic, When the ejmilr , rmtjlfw wJttU.-' y mYtnf going to l(c clect'ed or MhlK tinfiiyJ'htiii iIomp tt t,li WX of j re-il.etid to high ollloo li. utcs ' appropriation It Mill I t. Uiifv.VUll,l- pilmd fioiu States' lights dcclara 'Already, it ha...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 September 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol. 18 NO. 16 MUjKOUUti, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY SEI'T. 2.1, I'JIO. I'KK'IC Sl.i 0 A YEAIt in mt he re lied otU oln' istry full, 00(H. Wit But, orker prot- pull have under he la s ago. to 40 meat, n wool ie WU- ROOUS Uer. IvnaccU mil the or tlmu lied the, litis 1 cost ot ilmn Uti t re elect e wurkef Us Un i to ilouM j In board s of eco i present o tli-e U mfslritloi ... . iu Muskogee Boy Makes Good Corp. David R. Twine Highest Average In Target Range 'Ve do iu t know when wc si. all return, but we hope soon, us we are ull hungry to mh our mother, wives and sweethearts, and ln-M but not least, dear old SUiC Stree. Corp. David It. Twine of Co. C. made the highest, average in the Eight, at Leon Springs on tin target range, the possible being 50' It will be remembered that Corp Twine won the lovinn eup fur C-. P. in Snrinirlilil in 1 1)11. Cant James Smith of Co C awarded a prize to Corp. Twine for biinginji the bacon home Chicago Dtf nder. ! David Twine is an Oklahoma...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 September 1916

s 1HL Mt't'Cia CffiefflR. - 7v .. Settlor h 1 :. Asseeisae 4it r H. Tn. Jr- - .- - - 3L H. 7ite . . Uear:. f BE Ji. A. C T. eA!, Si aw !? ? Ctese-tfr t w3y Reptlj-a-is tibv Ci y f Xaskxce. T rhMehr Ix f.-m'tfare Reft-1 3 &$: at' s- 'fBJrt Vj: at ent tBt I" 's tae 19 I ;.: SoefH r. '. ' 3f poSjtcj ' J ?' - 7 t- to. tji Iran Trt is the H t!c tv,i Tnt rr - re of that . !t. rotary I! DATES, ftr.wf fMwtrM ! F. J Bay. ty Attorr.ey R. '.- a. jstjr Judge Myrtm ty Tr&.ufr A A. cty Asseor J. W. ntyOeri W.S. Har- 1 (Hirt ClerkEh. J. M. ' unfy Suwrrintenden! M Robertson. aunty Surveyor M. A. County Weigher F. T. Cemv'i kwtrs. : John !. Cooper. Ft. Gib- 4-4. C. Rhodes, Webbers . t In;: mschard. Has -Jfcft Re;rre.Uiive. nUeber. E. Cramer. a Leopold. C jEMA0 was not fok E g CIOMT-HOUW DAY. g 5 ft Md tt the dcent O rf ooc.efy . made tre Ceir.ar.o' j for U e'Stt.hor day. Tr t was O C- ret M et-hor ey. and the g 8 jvgmeett of society had nothing O g U wft tho proposition ia a ? before Conor a...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 September 1916

THE MODERN OLD ICING COLE FINNEGANPHILOSOPHY BALAAM. "Well do I mind tlio story." said FInncgan. "P.nlnum whs n highbrow tlint knowed l"t.s tliim Ills .TnckasM. Ho took mi office to curst? tin people. The .Tncktm saved tlu'in. 'TN nil In Number Twlmy-two. Ooh. lionet 'Tin different these llmei. The .TuckiisH knew better till lhilnam tntned him. " 'Lave me ride ye,' say Ihilttnm, 'nn I'll make ye. the biggest Ass In tl.o wurld.' "'Great,' says the Ass; 'what d'ye feed'' " 'Pork,' says P.ulaam. "'Me savior,' says the As. . "So Hnhinni mounts. Hut soon the Jack balks, i '"Phwat Is !t?' ays l'.alaam. "'Snakes.' ays the Ass; 'Ut look like the Jawbone iiv me mother.' "'(J'wan,' says Italaam. tilttlti the Ass a clip, 'Us me fun-en' policy,' he says. I "Thwat's ut for?' aes tin Ass. "'Ut dcllnds the unvhun,' says I'.:i lanm. " 'Mow ?' says the Ass. ' "Taltli;' ays Ihiluam, 'ut token a bigger Aps than you to know that. Luve It to I trine,' fcays Itiihttiin to the Ass; nn' the Jack walks on m...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 September 1916

l USE GLASSES I DRY RAID BUT THEY WEREN'T THOSE YOU DRINK FROM JUST BINOCULARS Colorado Police Prohibition Squad, Pooring Through Them From Afar, See Men Unlaw fully Delivering Liquor-Two Japs Arrested At Another Placo Tlio "Dry" law la mill working lnl ly out In C'olonulo, according to tho Denver TltncH, wlilcli relates Hold glasses wuro addod to tlio equipment of tlio police prohibition nquad jostordii and resulted In the nrrcHt of 1M Tiiyinnn, III 27 Liiwrenco ntroot, for lolatIon of tlio dry law and tho filing of tho additional charge of pcijury. (Sun Mosconl, of Twentj first and Market streets, wan alHo ar ruHtod on tlio samo charge. Detectives Cook, Kloln and Schnol dor iiBHort that both Tanian and Mosconl perjured themselves bj sign ing falHU nnnios to liquor HhlppliiK n.f lldalta. Tho produce tho a(lldalt8 as proof of this usscitlon. Tho oIlkoiH s.ij thoy had boon cer tain for hoomi1 dnja that Tajmnn waa lulnlltiK Ui 1 ' tx. c!oor ninnnor and MiHpected that ho waa.rerolvlng ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 30 September 1916

The Muskogee Cirneter. Vol. 18 NO. 17 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY SEPT. SO, 1010. PRICE $1.(0 A YEAR i jl1 aaa iioiwnt .Democrats are i,000 A state meeting t f llio Negro Editors of Oklahoma lias been cal led by A J Smitlnrmnn, Editor of the Tulsa Star and Prc.-idonl. of the Western Nero i n'.-s Associu tion to mint in Oklahoma City Octob r 41 i at which time in addi tion to peif. t n of p rmanont or ganization, ilu-rc will bo also a ranged tome dcfiinilo pio,r,ini looking toward the liarnc s g and uniiing the 30 OJ Negro voter-, re IK UllS Will A. W. Marshell, President The orgnnixntinn of the Hughe Falrlunks club on Tuesday night with A W. Marshall as President and W .1 Owens, as Scere ary is a step in the light direction, and though soir.c of our people cond m td the slept taken, yet we arc sa tisfied at the gt u.'it m is of voters nitric M 15,000 Majority. In This District Hon. Harry Ward our candidate for congress in this District is making a spelndid campaign. In Muskogee Cou...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 30 September 1916

tlrn THE MUSKOttKK CIMOTEK. W. II. Twino r. .Kdllor l H. Price Associate Editor IS. I). Nickenn .. .Associate Editor W. II Twine. Jr. ... Mamgcr 13. II. Twine ... . Collector 1111 i. i. Vy. Y. MCMBCn NATIONAL NCOnO PRESS ASSOCIATION The Cimctr in the only Hcpublicr.n paper in tlio City of Muskogee. The daily Phoenix is sometimes Republi can nnd sometimes independent but nt tlia prcBunt tlmo it clnimB to be inde pendent, such n ci-Migini: i" not worth thrse whoops in h 1 to nny pohticnl party nnd yet Hixby, its editor, got rich nt tho Republican pie cuntor. What base ingrntitudt. The Republican parly is tbe ahip and all else the sea. The Oklahoma Nejjro is sura t tfc it from bitter experience. KISPUHLJrAN COUNTY CANDIDATES. U. I?tip Confess Kcioml IllMilit Hniry Wnrd. For Sheriir F. J. Hays. For County Attorney II. Whipperman. For County Judge Myron White. For County Treasurer A .A. Coupland. . For County Assessor J. W. Hubbard. For County Clerk W. S. Hnr-sha. For Court Clerk Dr. J. ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 30 September 1916

. - '-"n l' -rnT ..r- HALF CENTURY Ol" PROGI'.SS Negro Ycnr Book, Just Issued, Say 75 Per Cent of Race Can Now Read and Write The Negro Yearbook for I91G-16 17 just issued summarizes the gains tfiat the raeo in the United States has mne since lSGti, when it began to profit by the league rights defin ed by the thirteenth amendment to the national Constitution. Tnc 12,000 persons owned horn s; now 000,000 are ho fortunate! Then there were 20.UOO farmers no thcrearc 9S1.000 Th n there wcic 2,100 bu-incss proprietors; now there are -iu.OOO. Thes facts prove that tho half cmtury has brought much of that ec nomie ad vancement which Hooker T Wa shington inssited must be the foun dation on which any social or poli tical improvement of s'atus must rest. Undoubtedly, much of this gain in property owned farms ill od and homes tet up has been due to the teaching of tramuel C. Arm- BtronL'. founder of Hampton insn tute, and to Dr. Washington, his most loval pupil and disciple They sowed the seed...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 30 September 1916

jm "- -ii'inrrf "V yfi - 'I X I&EX.S OF THE SUCCESS i OF THI PLAIN PEOPLE "il(!.l ft r!lrre that Ue RtwJHTin pa? -7 t party t Urae I rngrrrx wblr w pc ytrrt c i'Wt It' l'lrtrra te take tt r. try alms ta way of a4rat!on to mw a awl cxtfpocir of Us f-Jts)r. I shook! bar ao pride la rjare wattssg It. lt ta party of Lla cafai to rea-Jtl unlay aJ we cusse wiitt It to tat Ideals of I-tswote, aad taoa Ideals are neisaaninL Tae are ta locals of Uk .vacrrM rf the plain po l4. Tr ar tha Malp of the achiever --ni nnd trm latlt Hon, of jccirji la all ta actir Ittea of tb co-op-retire fwrr of Um plala pople" Cnarlea K. Herb !n a Speech Delivered at I'lattsburj, N. Y. ' BROTHERHOODS WIN, FIBMEHff WIS LOSE Democrats Uncluously but Vain ' ry Flatter Themselves That Tillers of the Soil Believe Their Bunk Uplift Laws Will Improve Agricul tural Conditions. , i FARING WORSE THAN '" ' 5 LOWLIEST RAILROAD HAND Pllaftt of Women Laborers In the Fields Described by Prccident Pope of the Association of S...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 7 October 1916

t The Musko gee time ten Vol. 18 NO. 19 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY OCT. 7, 1910. 1'HICE $1.(0 A YEAH The Wind From Maine. A wind Unit's from the rocks anil sea mid scented ly the pltiu Swoops through the sycamores todny, und whore Ruquulns line The runka of giant .sentinels that (,'unrd the western nlones. iThe balsam of lids', hrlny breeze brltijjs hcuvy hearts new hopes. I The mountains and the rivers cry the t message that Is Maine's To men whose pride was shattered, I and their desperation wanes; ,Agtiln their hearts are raised to loot; the future In the face 'For Maine has been the clarion that's I liearteultiK a race. i 'Tuns shame that sunk the souls of us i to depths we never knew I In days our lint; was honored tu the li.it.).. Wo 111....... It II..... I lllll IMH O lllltlt II lll'lt. When nations paid us homage, for they knew our hands were white. Ere hlood of our own countrymen had '. btulued them like a blight. 'And now nRiilii our .songs we sing of i deeds that we mus...

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