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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 7 October 1916

THE MUSKOGEE CIMETEK. W. H. Twine Editor I. It. I'rico Associate Editor E. D. Nickcns Associate Editor W. II. Twine. Jr Manager E. II. Twine - Collector THE N. A. C. W. M 12 M 0 C W NATIONAL MCOnO VIC AOCOCIATION The Cimctr in the only Republican paper in the City of Muskogee. The daily Phoenix is ncmetimes Republi can nnd Romotimes independent but nt the present timo it cinims to be hide- (lendant, hucIi n clr.nglng is not worth hrso whoopH in h 1 to nny political party nnd yet Ilixby, its editor, Rot rich nt tho Kcpublicnn pie counter. What bnso ingratitude. The Republican party is the whip and all else the sea. The Oklahoma Negro is sum f tfcat from bitter experience. UEl'UHLICAN COUNTY CANDIDATES. l?ir CnngrohM Hciontl District Hurry Wnrd. For Sheriff R J. Bays. For County Attorney II. U. Whipperman. 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 Sup...

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. — 7 October 1916

The Segregation Bill Leading Publication Pronoun ces Bill Unfair and U n- constitutionol 'Way out West, w. ere the weath er is fair, as the song rocs, tiny have the segregation mania atao. Denver, Co'oi ado, is the scene of the latest attempt lo sid tract n part of its citizens. The council of that city has b fore it an elaborate bill which it expect to pas" to that end, and which to ay the least. who un?xp c'-nl fr. in that section of the country One can see thai Negroes must g -t b n-y and keep busy if thy exp ct to b ilt ue thi- rnnustrous bit r day iniquity thodists, Baptists, Catholics or Protestants It should never be a crim to move and occupy anyplacos which was no crime to move and occupy before the ordinance was passed. Fret man. Living up to Obligations Whenever a mnnjoins a Hub or a secret organization it is nn uudi r tood, if sometimes unw fit ten. l-iw that he nuts himself under obi ga lion" to hold nncred among other thimrs, i he secrets r f t ho body of which he becom...

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. — 7 October 1916

rf f J PW "'Wt WW flM SHOWING HIM IN HIS TRUE LIGHT THE BRITISH TAKE "TEA" In His ll'r.'i aid oi His Twgue More Than Any Other Singte ProbleTiWihWhehlAr. Vlson Ha Paltered. CRAZY CHAPTER OF BLUNDERS HUGHES PITILESS Ofl MEXEGM DISGRACE. Me One Csn Hr Him Speak Without Seeing the Reality of Hit lrjsn. tlon Over the Heartet Policy cf the Democratic AdmlnltiraUon Tcward American Men, W&mtn and Children, American CJtlzent, Sa dler and Sailor Alcr,j and Across the Rio rtrande. Sow after Mr. Horh wa inatH a frt-d aeld u tain : "Oewaraor. jif tbe Aiortew o4 for?t ifce Mex ican dtf-crace tbry do not danre J 'hare j-oa for iTnutart." Qk aus a jfiiif fc repd: Th csLDdldsit be iJ5i tb Maclean disgrace does mx tdawre to b !'r!4eBt." He did t ia aroucd bis addres of accfUfie for OMDi'iiOMtit w crtticfeas) tM ad T&see of It dHJTTy bat th atswosn Jrf fM-e be devwfd U U Mextau. tgme lbat cvo4 efcap'.w t lAtsaderK tartir.aMl o on who bad (talked with bita slace bis aomlnattoa, lit bkt ti Is b...

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. — 14 October 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter w!'M 04, ?T Vol. 18 NO. 20 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY OCT. 11, 1910. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR .V- ie- . he l'.V ra-,tl- es cr .as mft c- mi the the Ion. Men cetft .vera . tho The n a .hlch caEO West 1 that dorau no to signiv- 1Kb US nod all Us for- N NSAS follow-csrgla zrd for 'n v.cnt t:a, the e wou'd an csn ered by tho Wa ning a Kan.' mil " ES E LEFT That Is Campaign's True Angle . and Not the Trite Question ; . with Which Hecklers Are , : Nagging the Republican 1 Standard Bearer. ACHIEVEMENTS ASSURANCE BLUNDERING IS NO HABIT .Wincing Democrats Trying to Run i Away. From the Record of tho Ad ' ministration and to Invelglo the ' Voten Down Rhetorical By-Pntha, ; ' All in the Thlnly-Dlsgulscd Effort , to Chance the Subject. When Mr. Hughes criticises tho roc ' ord of Iho Administration tliu spokes ' men of Mr. Wilson cry: "What would . you litivc done?" They forget tluit It . Is Mr. Wilson nud not Mr. llutrlicH who In; on trial. They forget that four years ngo Mr. W...

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. — 14 October 1916

f . Dsi taz oi xaria fcT--- I.M .5-5 Ribbon TEE ! ITS-OGEE CLMETEK. r MCLB5 .4. ?. 2. Prit AMri3.ti Z4itmc E. D. K. Aact E4St7r 7 IL T . Jt. arr E. H. T-- C'Mvr THE .V. A- C W. rz HEI'S EP. iohal oro rnx:z.z AS50CIA7IOK . ... . . . . A a4l that f.a ta rat as, ss Ml owe t; ta nta i 4 vfcer i qaalai tlw I ; e raa-u at slant .eaflatli Jaat mar - Ike iwri aV9MC , Tte fcilw f tin- briar be nra aaaf -M-trti aw ha?. TV? aeaat tag auaf ta river cry n a-ataag -ba Xa5a 7 a -teal. artaV a &'MxL 4 ta.' aWratKs ---; 7. Ciir it . a-Jr SUiaM-eie. p-0-te- vtt City f X --- TV gjuetj Mbotr.. u MO!ffl -&- -4 war.y an-a!a-aart ta a". Ft !irktt uaM it duu Vft t e-6 F0.a&. fjc x c.'jrrnT "" -. . .-at DMir ftncru ar ri i k piTj 7 T i5 Far -4aie mm baca tk (k-Kx ? i IT H-rpuUici pJtr U the rfc !" from luer txpertene. s w aatjaa aaM imm. f- Um " r ka4f r wia HEPL'KLICAX COUNTY Br Mod c (Mrrran ted CANDIDATES. i mnH Om its a Ml;. For Siff F. J. Bmy. Fr Cowoty Attorney H. L. Fr County .JuJa Jlyrxw...

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. — 14 October 1916

fV ,j-;. -.-., - ..,,,.,, r-r.tr. .. . .-... ...... MlMaMMAWKaMrilii WITH THE SERBIAN ARM? m un t t ill i !R0 FINNEGANPHILOSOPHY On the Merry-Qo-Round. V" "Fnltli on' now Wilson's for pro tection. Four yenr ngone ho was ngln it, for It was ugln the constycliooMiun. Now that he Is for It, Unit Immortal insthrument has nNo changed Its mind. He makes mo bend shwlni "Hut I've good company. Hr n nn Gnrrlson, Hits civil service Dlinycruts, and thf rule ntmyernls. the I'nssyllsts nn' the vulgar suwls Hint's none 'Too I'roud to Fight' they've ull hcen on the Merry-go-round. Some lv ttiltn turned sick. "'God bless yc ye're n pood mnn, hut ye make me dizzy,' says Itrynn, leppln' from the Hobby Horse und run nln' for the woods. 'I've n gluywlno rnygrlt nt losln' ye.' snys Wudthrow throwln' him n Cocked-lint lv the vin tage of ll)0!. '"Hero's the Army bill,' snys Gnrrl son. 'HoW does It unit?' he uses, "'Fine.' says Wudthrow, 'bsirrln n few changes.' 'Ye'll redraw It.' he snys, 'to provide.' sn...

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. — 14 October 1916

. -T n rrrrrrrrrinr kMU)MM , I , FULL UP. ytirnA A(ttnVi -f f.-?v y t y z.vr. lavri. .-JME JMUHSH TAKE'-'VFEA'' FINNEGAN'S PHILOSOPHY On the Merry-Go-Round. "Faith nn' now Wilson's for pro tection. Four year njjonu lie was agin It, for It wns ngln tlio eoiistychooshun. Now tlmt lie Is for It, tlmt Immortnl lustliruinunt linn nlso changed Its mind. He makes me head shwlm. r'ilut I've good company. Hryun nn' Gnrrlbon, the civil service Dlmycruts, nnd the rale Dlinycrnts, the l'nsyllHtH nn' the vulgar sowls tlmt b none 'Too Proud to right' they've nil been on the Merry-go-round. Some Iv thltn turned sick. "God bless ye yo're a pood man. but ye make me dlwy,' sns Hrjnn. leppln from the Ilobhy Hore and run nln' for the woods. 'I've n glnywlne rnygrlt nt losln' ye,' says Wudthrow throwln' him n Cocked-lint Iv the ln titge of HHK). "'Here's the Army bill,' says Gnrrl sou. 'How does It suit? he axes, "Tine,' says Wudthrow, 'barrln' a few changes.' 'Ye'll redrnw It,' he says, 'to provide,' 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. — 21 October 1916

The Muskogee Ci meter. w w V Vol. 18 NO. 21 H Ku tfrii3 KIB VT&Jkfa KM-SKll mm mm i ? buss iSSs K3 I "Wiftt fir Ha t-$$i V.03 YST ' Negroes will go in the Federal Courts No Begging of any political party in y- i (LlUti Violation UUSJI fc-liS8l p?y&la s npf e a'BL.L. a -. With a elctci munition to never cease and io fight on until every election oflieial in Oklahoma ia jailed who denies black men thcii liberty and ficc access to the voting privilege, the Negroes of Okla homa have risen up in aims to, with their dollars, slain these scoun drels and rascals into the Federal courts. In most of the counties of this state the Negroes have in largo numbers registered un molested but in Mcintosh, Muskogee, Wagoner and Okfuskee coun ties, the real black belt of Okhhon;a, there has been a .lagrant vio lation of the recent Supreme Court decision and Negroes have beer, intimidated and abused by the minions of Gov. Williams. For in stance, at Renticsville, a Negro town in Mcintosh county...

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. — 21 October 1916

nro JKjiitooJiH ciAiirrmt. J' rt. Prk Aesort-l BdUor K l. Wkkatie - Associate IWItr YV If Twine, Jr. Uriir K JL Twin .. iOiilwtor THB W, A. C W. WITH THE SERBIAN ARMY WINE, WINE, EVERYWHERE $ V NATIONAL. NUMO fHf ; AOClATt U I 1h ('lmtr U Umi wily JU-uMIen I pir ifi the U'y of Mockogee The duly Mioenlx It (Mmlrn Jtep'iWI Hi ii and oai'tfn lndHHMlnt but ' in ircwnl tinw it claim U b liela i0f,'lnl. i m h it riv.nf lif in not worm lhr wfi,'f In b I to any polite al WJI TTH'i'tlf ll M , ., Mill ... ....- . iriv jut'l yvt Hlly, He editor, pot fl'li HI in HOpiJUIiriwi Jtl I'Uinoi VJlll I rig7UlUi Th KafHiblfrnn pnrly In the Mull and nil !. Wit wk The OHnhoinft N'icro 1m miii - 4rhal iium WUt pxprfrlencc. KIM;iJCAN"cOlINrV (ANDiIMTKH. Por fmigitw get-ontl lf-l If i Jinny Ward, I 'r Hhrifr'FTX Buy. lor County Attorney---1 1, c . WhlpjMjrman. For County Judge - Myron Ulilln. l-'or County Trurer--A .A. ('ouplnwj. I'nr County AiwaKor .1. W. Hiihhnrd. l-'or County Clork W. S. liar- l-nr Court ...

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. — 21 October 1916

SCENE IN PARIS HE FUNNY SIDE OF PROHIBITION YOU KNOW IT. WaihliiEton (D. C.) Post I clean-up campaign in a dry town usually remarkable for tho number npty Jugo found in the bnck yurda. FULL UP. A WHAT DOES FRANK DRINK7 (Anaconda Standard. tlr. Hanly sajs tho Prohlbltlonlstn 1 poll 1,000,000 votes. Mr. Haul)' ises rainbows with a graco and indon remarkable cien in a Prohl ton presidential candidate. OOOF! wUk itcLultc, Cincinnati rjnqulrcr.1 The DryB are humbugs, I insist," Remorked tho angry Mr. Goat; I saw a Prohibitionist latoxicatcd with success." M CHIEF 1 LICENSE GLARES PROHIBITION IS NEITHER TEMPERANCE KOR MODERATION IB" UK HUL row J. Gallagher, Ex-Presi-$nl of the San Francisco ibor Council, Holds Abolish ent of Long Hours, Ignor lce and Poverty the Only istible Solution - x uc caw s0" lllllHKL ' . VVr3 VASI-;F:;nV1 A WjlIVV 3c0-saM -Photo hy I,iM Thomp-on. NoxAur!: City, St&-'&. ""VrtV W A4S'7A& i iSr 1 av-Y. VT ATjk.-ZSl H I The Immense quantity of wlno In this ...

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. — 21 October 1916

HARVEY REDHO' FOR HUGHES Espousal by Distinguished Edi ; lor of tfia Cause of the Re ! publican Candidate a ' " Significant Campaign Feature. ORIGINAL WILSON BOOSTER H Takes This Action Net Because Hs i is iht Victim cf Inertt twit But neervce V.lton Stands for Viiscn PJrtC end Cl. Harvey Cannot Assist , In the Betrayal rf His Country fer j Hi? Gratification f Personal AmW tfenA Oeraeer&t Pitrlclis Staod. , Tho atowcl of the cauat erf Mr. 1 Hochce hjr Colonel Ikcrge Harvey Li ' OIM of Ik di'Ur.rt fir.tures of the IWtOtnt campaign. It would be lg nlflcent In If: ilM a turn tf h. pftat'S, who hrd elwsyt trained viUi tho lAtiiocnitV party, bad wp'uwl Its e.ttc of the Itrpubtlcan candi date, lint hi Jlr. Harvey's cr.re the jlfulflcan U very lauch grecler, as well u tho importance of the creat. Ha fcva been not or';. Democrat, jbat k Wilson Democrat. Moreover, 'at was the first suau of proinlnnct" ,lo advocate I be election of Woodrorr sWUs&n t Prcitfdcnt. and for many Tear one o...

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. — 28 October 1916

v -id. The Muskogee Cimeter. , Vol. 18 NO. 22 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY OCT. 28, 1916. 1MUCI3 51.(0 A YEAR Reasons Why Hughes Should Be Elected HECAUSE he stands for Protection, Prosperity, Preparedness and Patri otism. BECAUSE he will not permit partisanship to triumph over Patriotism. BECAUSE his speech of acceptance expresses his desire to co-operate with lahor for its advantage, not to exploit it for his own. BECAUSE he will command the respect of Europe and Asia and win the friendship of Latin-America. BECAUSE he will never by proclamation deny the right of Americans to pursue their business in other lands under the protection o' the American flag. BECAUSE he will not repudiate the American flag in any land. BECAUSE he will not put action into words, but words into action. BECAUSE, as Theodore Koosovolt well Fays, he has high sentiments of justice and dignity, is upright and straightforward, is an incon testable master of judicial mutters, and always translates his words int...

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. — 28 October 1916

rf- mtrnt mum 'JJ'JfiL' ' " " ' ' ' nin i i ' c. "I AM VERY PLEASED TO MEET YOU." TifiTAlUSKOGlSE C1MLTEK. P. n. Frico Associate Editor E. D. Nlckens Associato Editor W. H. Twine. Jr Manager E. II. Twine Collector THE N. A. C. W. WINE, WINE, EVERYWHERE MEM OCR f4ATIONAt- Hcono rnc?z ASSOCIATION I The Cimetor is ilio only Republican paper in the City of Muskogee. The dally Phoznix is sometimes Kepubli can mid aomolirnca independent hut nt tho present timo it clniniH to he indo pendont, such n cUnginp; "ot worth thro whoops in h 1 to nny political party nnd yet Hixhy, its editor, got rich nt tho Uepuhlicnn pio counter. WhRt hnse ingratitude. The Republican party 13 the fillip and all else the sea. The Oklahoma Negro is sura - tlmt front bitter experience. KEPITBLICAN COUNTY CANDIDATES. For Confess Second Dlstilcl Harry "Ward. For Sheriff F. J. Hays. For County Attorney II. O. Whippcrman. For County Judge Myron White. For County Treasurer A .A. Coupland. For County Assessor J. W. Hubba...

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. — 28 October 1916

aBj. ijv wt p 3ii3n?M',a'0',jyi"r Mr f'rfrf, Jto '.iti FINNEGAN'S PHILOSOPHY Purolng the Heart. FULL UP. "Yes sir. lie's llk'o the puttluiclw. Which Iv Ikih7 All lv than, lie smites the CI. II Son Ice Rock nml rc fr'ishlii' Jobs guMu s foorth for thutsty but dklunUn' Diiiiciuts lie blows on a hoin n' lu.Wliln' falls foi ut. If the people cull lilin lci so soft, Little fetimuol luul no quicker oar. An' for sacijflclu' what u iIl.u to I1I3 heart, Abi nb 1111 hail nawthln' 011 him. Sine he Is Dlmocilc' bhUld tm' cixccdln' great reward. "1 Is lils l'iesbjtarrn biliiKlu' 'P. I'm thliiUln.' I'uist ho ittloitts 11 liolky; thin ho thrle" to Jnstlf It, thin he sanctifies It wld u phuiM hllc a choir lv Dhhunlu Dlmunuuta Flngi a hymn. An' theie e nio .Itistllleiitlou, Adoption tin' SiinlU-llcushun. 'a lie choir mod greu luumoii whin Jim Smith, Gioio'o II me an' Hill Urine was nil In ut. Uit w 11 he wan their 'kos cracked an tV pi sod out lv the life lv tile went khjh 1 "llane went bad. to cd.t...

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. — 28 October 1916

rAFT EXCORIATES r, HIS SUCCESSOR Asserts the Democratic Party and Its Candidate Are Seek ing a Vote to Power by " Disingenuous and Un sound Pleas. GETTING CLOSE TO HOME .,. WIN,-, WINE, EVERYWHERE Editorial Comments If you had two dollars to Invest would you trust It to the business sagacity of Joscphus Daniels? Then, why let him bundle the millions that are to be spent on tho now navy? . Judging by the Blgns of War Deport ment activity the Administration Is cunningly arranging to bring the militiamen home Just In time to enable them to vote for Mr. Hughes. 1 1-T LEFT CLEAN SLATE FOR , WRITING MEXICAN POLICY Former President Declare! That tht Patsaoe Under Duress of the Adam ccn Bill Wm One of the Greatest National Humiliations to Which Our Country Has Even Deen Sub , Jccted. Declaring that the campaign of 1010 Ih ns Important us the campaign of 1800 and resembles that campaign In that the Democratic party ami Its candidate are seeking u vote of power for disingenuous, unsound, hut ...

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. — 4 November 1916

rs The Muskogee Cimeter. fa r Vj!. 18 NO. 23 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY NOV 4 1910. 1MUCI3 $1.C0 A YEAR The Next President and Vice President of the U. S. A. CHARLES E. HUGHES CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS Midland Valley K. R. "ARKANSAS IUVPR ROUTi:' NRWTlMK CARD EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, MARCH 5 li. 1U 0 2-TRA1NS DAILY-2 between Muskogee & Tulsa. Okia. Bdwer n Mnskegee, &. Ft. Smith EASl'UOUND No 4 Motor Tnin Per Ft. Smith unci points beyond 7:45a.ra No 2 For Ft Smith and poiuts bryord .. 0:20 n. in No U Frtiin Iiuhu"ka nnd Tnlu 10; 40 a. in No.ii Wichita, Aik City nnd TuUn 0:15 p. rn U fcSTBOUND No. 1 ForTulsn, Aik City and Wicita 8:00 . m. No. 5 For I uI.l and I'livhuska ... 5; Op. in, No. 7 Fiom Fi. Smiui and point l yond 11:45 p m No 3 (Motor Tpmii) From I't Smith ai.il points beyond 7: 30 p. m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Phone 1308 or 495 Muskogee, Okii. A. M. E. Church New School Site with Buildings Near Muskogee and Tullahassee ;:t,UU'v'Mrfr.T1:..L vvJaaaaaaaaaaaaaS 1 - - ,v:i.rW?tB G...

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. — 4 November 1916

'ht fw I f t ' if ! t - ! TOD ilUSKOGCE CIMETER. P. R. Prf: . ...Assocfata Editor , E. D. MtexefM Allocate Editor j W. H. Tin. Jr.. . . . . Man 1 gar E. H. Twin- .. ...Collector THE .V. A. C. YV. j MEMEEH . ! riATiOMAL Ni!Orn rnc I ACZCSIATiO The Cimcvar n the .!;" H??vhHen P2pr in the C: ot Mtrakexe. 'Aw d illy I'hwna m someUcM Kpb4i ran and somatinvw independent bet :: the prexent l.rae it claims t be Hide pendant, such a eh'.flKinx i not wrtn Ihne whoops in h 1 to any political party and yet Siy iu editor, got rth at the Ilpb!"f. ps ccmir. What bate Ingratitude. Tho Rcjvuhlican party ia the phfp and all else the a The Oklahoma Segro is nurc ! Sbat from brttcr experience. REPlHMfAN COUNTY CANDIDATES. Tor Congrcy Sec-end DlMrlct Harry Ward. For Shtrm 1. J. Hays. For County Attorney 11. u. Whippy rman. For County Judge Myron White. .For County Treasurer A .A. Coup-land. For County Aaesor J. W. Hubbard. For County Clerk W. S. Har aha. For Court Clerk Dr. J. M. Coon. For County Superi...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 November 1916

I BECAUSE during the first ten months of the Wilson-Underwood law DaiAM 17L.. U L OL 11 D f? J there were more unemployed being fed by charity than during Aa50IlS W liy nUglieS jDOUld DC LleCted any ten mouths in our history, excepting under tho Wilson- uorman aci. BECAUSE he stands for Protection, Prosperity, Preparedness and Patri otism. BECAUSE he will not permit partisanship to triumph over Patriotism. BECAUSE his speech of acceptance expresses his desire to co-operate with labor for its advantage, not to exploit it for his own. BECAUSE he will command the respect of Europe and Asia and win the friendship of Latin-America. BECAUSE he will never by proclamation deny the right of Americans to pursue their business in other lands under the protection of the American flag. BECAUSE he will not repudiate the Amcriran flag in any land. BECAUSE he will not put action into words, btit words into action. BECAUSE, as Theodore lloobovelt well says, he has high sentiments of justice and dign...

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

i I -I-'- "" SPEECH OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT AT ILKES-BME, PI L' A--.li.i WA.. .- i'i .U . a 44Mi - ... ii . :.- . - wwwwvyo ,, s'K-Thh thSSi? li tSriS. iw ciiTd idUS w ent ny aatnmlng an attitude of frowning cent, me (utility inhered .olely in Mr. Q defiance aa retard- the nebulous future, Wilson himself.If President Wilton had W that the American people must be made "n atood by the honor and the interest of g partner in the eettlemcnt of dispute, that the United Statoe In thi. matter; If he Q interrupt the life of the nation," that it had imttted upon a full Investigation be jj mutt "enforce the partnership and tee to fore action; if he had insisted upon a r hi fi It that no organization U stronger than tratlon and had announced thnt if there j that organization to which we all belong, any attempt to tie up the traffic of S our own Uovernment,gand that we, the the United States he would uac the entire ij Pople, must say to any outside organiza- power of the United States to keip the ...

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. — 11 November 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol. 18 NO. 21 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY NOV. 11 1010. PHICE 5! ro A YEAH Still we believe it The Next President and Vice President of the U. S. A. i CHARLES E. HUGHES Midland Valley R. R. "ARKANSAS ItlVFJl ROUTE" NEW TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, MARCH 5 n, 1U.0 2-TRAINS DAILY 2 between Muskogee & Tulsa. Ofcln. Botwpen Muskegee, & Ft. Smith . EASTBOUND No- 4 Motor Train For Ft. Smith and points beyond 7:45 n.xn No 2 For Ft Smith and points beyond 0:20 p. m No G From PwhuUn and I'nl-n 10; 40 a. m No.2 Wichita, Atlc City and Tulwi 0:15 f. m WESTBOUND No 1 For Tulsa, Aik City and Wic.iitii 8;00 a. m. No. 5 For I'til i nnd Pa v' uU 5; 0 p. tn. No 7 Fiom Ft! Sinim unci print b yoml ll:4opm No 3 (Motor Train) Fiom Ft Smith ni.d points lpvond7: 30 p. m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION v Phone 1308 or 495 Muskogee, Okla. A. M. E. Church New School Site with Buildings Near Muskogee and Tullahassee MS A SHY fi " a- $jjp""""'"7.' aw CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS - . . , . HrT. f...

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