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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 11 November 1916

w,irrtir nUaHMJf ; THE MUSKOGEE CIMETEK. I. II. Price Assoclato Editor K. 1'. Niel.im.i ...Associate Editor ' W. 1J. Twiiie. Jr Manager K. 11. Twine Collector TIIK N. A. C. W. MEMHCR I NATIONAL NCORO PRCDS ASSOCIATION F The Cime'.tfr ii il.o only Hcpuhlicnn papr in the City of Muskounc. The daily l'hosnix is nomutlmcs Republi CRii r.nd fionWimes independent but at tho mesent lima It claims to lo inde pendent, nucli a d-'njfing i nt worth thr" vlioo) in h 1 to any political parly nn-i et Hixly, it.i editor, got rich nt tho Republican pio counter. Whttt base inuiatiliulc. The Republican parly in the ship and all clue tho son. The Oklahoma Negro in sura - that from bitter experience. REI'l-HLIPAN COUNTY CANDIDATES. For f7nj;tcs.s Uci-ouil DiVtikt Harry W.;r.l. For Sheriff-F. J. Iiaya. For County Attorney II. C Whipperman. I''or County Judge Myron While. For County Treasurer A .A. Cotiplund. For County Assessor J. W. Hubbard. For County Clerk W. S. Ilar 1 sha. For Court Clcri: Dr. J. M....

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. — 11 November 1916

! rt ir r nna 'yiwj-.ii.c HUMOOl'i IN CGL0I1 i ' I . CAFES ON WHEELS DO BIG BUSINESS THROUGHOUT . "DRY" STATE MR 1,8! OF Owners Do fot Pay Liccnsos, According to Deputy District Attorney- Sell "notion Wilis- 't key" at. Fancy PricesAu thorities Arc Powerless To Prevent Law Violations Tho Denver Po-it tolls, In tha follow ing fashion, of tho dllllcttlty Colorndo is having In enforcing her prohibition law: From ono end of Colorndo to tho oth er thero arc moro than n thousand sa loons, each doing a lively buslnoss, not only ovcry week, hut on Sunday also. ' They pay no llconco, either govern ment, Btato or city, and every cent thoy chargo over tho coat of tho rot-1 ten whisky they noil la clear profit, ac cording to Ilohcrt II. Kane, deputy dis trict attorney, who la designated hy District Attorney Hush to try liquor casos In tho county court. ; 1,000 Qnloono on Wheels. ; According to Kane, thoso 3aloons nra nutouiohllos. hut saloons, uoiorthclcas "They t:ro operating In all parts of 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. — 11 November 1916

yITHIN THE BRITISH LINES B THE VANDAL Mf ?b r :iKffiXG&iw$M&i W5M IT CHIEFS IE ACCUSED INVALID WOMAN CHARGES SHE VMS SWINDLED i OUT OF $300 SOLD MINE STOCK Claims Names of Colorado Min isters Wero Used to Induce Her to Buy Shares In In vestment Company Launched By Anti-Saloon League Men An invalid woman cf Denver hai filed sull against two officials of tho Anti-Saloon Lvalue whom alio charges cold liar worthless mining stock. Tuo Denver (Col.) Post roports tho caso ai follows: In ji complaint .filed in tho ilistrict court today Siy 12. M. Sabln, attornoy for Mrs. Kmm.i Shouors, an invalid who has for many years boon conflnod to her nemo, Arthur J. Finch, super intendent of tho Colorado branch of tho Anti-Saloon League, r.nd G. Arthur Uollosvny, cocretary of tho eamo or ' ganlsatlon, aro iliargcd v.ith using tho nemo of the loiguo, that of its organ izor nnd of Denver ministers of tho gospel to induce her to buy stock in a ' nilnliiK coinpiny tlioy had ornanlzod and which haa...

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. — 18 November 1916

The : Musk6& ee Cimeter. Vol. II NO. 2G MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY NOV. 18 1910. irvi SHOPPING AT THE FRONT OOLaOl afclJO L : DDnuiDiTim s u o ui JOUSTOil (TEX.) POST SCRI3ES IT, THEN DE- Photo by Paul Tliompsch. New Yorlc City. In the French army certain accredited peddlers arc allowed to visit tho Frant and sell their wares to the eoldlcrs. One of tho principal ctocko lit tratfa which Is in greatest demand Is wins ARE STILL GETTING DRUNK Oregon Is a dry state, but listen to Ckls from the Portland (Ore.) Journal: It was the biggest day for drunks ta many months. Eleven In all wcio arrested. Thoy becamo lntoxlcatod on whisky, alcohol and bay rum, whisky bain the favorite beverage. Most of them were picked up in tho north end, where alcoholic concoctions may lc till obtalnod. Abe Lawrence, who camo to Port land last week to celebrate, had boon allowed to go by Judge Langguth Wed nesday morning, but yesterday bay rum proved to be his undoing. Abe was present at tho rounlon roll ...

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. — 18 November 1916

rrscar: sesssate art ?.jxl.ji HOW PROHIBITION FAILS TO PROHIBIT IN IDAHO Special Correspondent of Los Angeles Timos Says Pocatollo, In I That State, With 16,000 People, lias Moro Drunkards Than "Wet" Salt Lako City, Population 12r,000 A apodal corrcsnondant of tho Los Angoloa TImos, writing from Pocatollo (Idnlto), Inilltoa tho following story of SrolilliHion usultu In Idaho: That prohibition doa not prohibit fa concluslvtl uhoun, no fur r thu aporlsnoo rf thh clly la cenrornod Vocalollo l a "Ury" to n, technically, and ni "dry" long hofoio 8tatide prohibition as Aolod in last ysar Hut If a town h dryness" or "vieitonn" la to ho Jr.dce 11, the flunntity of bad rod liquor sell ,lt'!'i Its csaflnca then 1'ocntello u ill oyall.'y as .1 very "wet ' town. It lcmnlned "wit" under local option, and thouiju Stfttowida prohlbl tlon curled by a coa.fortablo majority In Idaho, 1'ocUclio U still "met." ) In ltncj w hereof tho police court rocord'J of Pocatollo, which 1 :i jail ro-d town of imo ...

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. — 18 November 1916

mfmmt a?'Jnw,ynTa yW tiui ! rwwy AUTO SALOONS IN COLORADO CAFES ON WHEELS DO BIG BUSINESS THROUGHOUT I "DRY" STATE OVER 1,000 OF 'Eli Owners Do Not Pay Licenses, I According to Deputy District Attorney Sell "Rotten Whis .' key" at Fancy Prices Au . thorities Are Powerless To Prevent Law Violations The Denver Post tells, In the follow ing fashion, of tho dlfllculty Colorado It having In enforcing hor prohibition law: From one and of Colorado to tho oth er there ere more than a thousand sa loons, etch doing a Uvoly.bualncHs, not aly every week, but ou Sunday also. Tker pay no license, olthor govorn meat, atate or city, and evory cent they charge over the cost of tho rot tea whisky they Bell la clear profit, ac erdtng to Robert H. Kano, deputy dis trict attorney, who 1b designated by District Attorney Rush to try liquor eases In the county court. j 1,000 8aloom on Wheels. ! According to Kane, theso saloons are automobiles, but saloons, novorthcloss "They are operating In all parts of 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. — 18 November 1916

sssesarr r r T ran a6i - TOPEKA'S VICE CRUSADE D IS BECOMING DRAMATIC0 READY. FOR THE FRONT yr , II Li ' III HOE m i "' - i aaaMaeswsaaaa assaaassaaaai J. THE MUflKOOER CIMETEIt I. R. Prlco Associate Editor K. I). Nickens Associate Editor W, II. Twine, ir Maaagor 15. II. Twlno Collector 'I UK N. A. C. W. f" MCMUIIll 1 MATIOMAL NCOnO Pneno J AsnociATiorJ j TIio Cinutrr Is the only Republican paper In the Clly of Miinltngoo. 'H' riwiy niocnix in itomotimoM uepumi can ntnl nomollmoH Independent hut t tlio tironunt tlmo It cluims to bo hide puiiUiit. niich n clanging In not worth tliro whoop In It I to any political party nnd yat lllxby, itn editor, got rich nt tho ItopuMfcnti pie ccuntvr. What bnso Ingratitude. LICE FACE W PROBLEM "STRAIGHT" ALCOHOL BE- COMES FAVORITE CEVER- AGE IN "DRY" STATE SNUFF IS USED By Mixing It With Cidor, Many Find tlio Doslrod "Kick" Pollco Testify That Ethor Also Makos a Very "Suc cessful" Inyrodiont Imported Investigators Use Stagey Methods To Obtain Evide...

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. — 25 November 1916

The Muskogee Cimeten ' "f J 1 Vol. 18 NO, 2G MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY NOV. 25 1910. PHICE $1.00 A YEAR jMLE-i. j. as SHOPPING AT THE FRONT mm noftnn'Q f!8l& l i nnnuinmnai "ore ' -" f&n fi ni u 1 1 1 D i 1 1 U n HOUSTOn (TEX.) POST DE SCRIBES IT, THEN GRINS Photo by Paul Tliomiwon, New Yorl: City. In the French army certain accredited peddlers nrc allowed to visit tho Front and cell their wares to tho soldlcr3. One of tho principal stocks In trad which la In greatest demand la wine . ARE STILL GETTING DRUNK j Oregon Is a dry elate, but listen to tali from the Portland (Oro.) Journal: It was the biggest day for drunks, tm many months. Eloen In nil oro( arrested. They becamo IntoxlcatoJ on whisky, alcohol and bay mm, wh!ak being tho favorite bo erase. Most of them were picked up In tho north end, i whero alcoholic concoctlom may bo till obtained. I Abo Lawrenco, who camo to Port-' land last week to colobratc. had boan allowed to go by Judge Lanesuth Wed aesday morning, but...

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. — 25 November 1916

HOW PROHIBITION FAILS TO PROHIBIT IN IDAHO 'Spocia! Correspondent of Los Angeles Times Says Pocatello, In That Stato, With 16,000 People, Has More Drunkards , Than "Wet" Salt Lako City, Population 12f000 A npoclnl correspondent of tho Loa AtiRolon TImea, writing from Pocutollo (Idaho), indllos tho following Btory of prohibition resultu In Idaho: That prohibition dooo not prohlhll 1b conclusively nhown, no fur uri tho ucporionco of tlila city In coucorncd. rocalollo In a "dry" town, technically, and wan "il.7" long heforo Htatowldo trohlb!tlon wan voted In last year. 'But If n town's "dryness" or "wot.-.OMi" Is to ho JtidKod by tho quantity of bad rod liquor cold within llu confines thon Pocalollo will qualify an a vory "."ot" town. It romalncd "wot" under local option, had though fitalowldo prohibi tion carried by a comfortablo majority In Idahp, Pocate-llo la still "wet." i In witness whereof tho pollco court rocorda of rocalollo, which In a rail road town of somo 1G.O0O population...

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. — 25 November 1916

V MH AOTOUONS l COLORADO CAFES ON WHEELS DO BIG 1 BUSINESS THROUGHOUT "DRY" STATE OVER 1,819 OF 'EM Owners Do Not Pay Licenses, According to Deputy District Attorney Sell "Rotten Whis- .' key" ai Fancy Prices Au thorities Are Powerless To Prevent Law Violations The Donvcr Post tells, In the follow ing fashion, of tlio difficulty Colorado Is having In enforcing her prohibition taw: From ono end of Colorado to the oth r thoro arc mora than a thousand sa loons, each doing a llvoly business, not only every voeli, but on Sunday also. They pay no llconso, either govern xnent, Btato or city, and overy cont thoy charco over tho coat of the rot ten whisky they sell in clear profit, ac cording to Robert IJ. Katie, doputy dia trlct attorney, who is designated by District Attorney Hush to try liquor cases in tho county court. 1,000 Gntoons on Wheele. According to Kane, these saloons are automobiles, but saloons, nevertheless "They aro operating in all parts of the etato," snid Kane. "In most co...

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. — 25 November 1916

mwin weWf ' ' SESmSSK TOPEKA'S VICE CRUSADE DDCM I MM I IS BECOMING DRAMATIC" L"" ; THEY IMF Imported Investigators Use Stagey Methods To Obtain Evidence 1 1 Ift- I nlilUL. Against Alleged Jointlsts, But Fail to Get Conviction THE MUSKOOBE CIMETER. READY FOR THE FRONT P. R. Trice Associate Editor K. D. Nlckcns Associate Editor W. II. Twine. Jr Manager E. H. Twino Collector THE N. A. C. W. i 0 MKMtir.fl NATIONAL flEGRO PRCOa ASSOCIATION Tho CimcUr h the only Republican paper In the'City of Muskogee. The daily Phoenix is sometimes Republi can n mi ftomclimcs independent hut at the present time it claims to bo inde pendent, such n cl.tiffing is not worth thre whoops in h 1 to nny political party nnd yet Hixby, its editor, Kot rich nt (ho Republican pie cuntcr. What lase injrintitudc. If 0Q00! CM ffl UULLIVI "STRAIGHT" ALCOHOL BE COMES FAVORITE BEVER AGE IN "DRY" STATE SiUFF By Mixing It With Cidor, Many Find tho Desired "Kick' Folico Testify That Ether Also Makes a Very "Suc cessful" 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. — 2 December 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol. 18 NO. 28 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY DEC 2 1910. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR n jatWIM,Mtwnair mm THEY LOVE THEIR LIQUOR ijm -huui i r ul Ti uiniEin. ;o oru wiy rtad, wlno and tobacco nro InrMirjincnbic to the ferocious French floht are. Their proweco lo tho curprlso of tha I i war, for the Prohibitionists were ture thttt, bicausc tho French mo not i-rohlbltlonlste, they had "none ack." Out, aa v.-a no to preso, tho PYonc'i arc ctlll drlnltlnrj and fighting The soldlera In this picture nro French-African troops In Macedonia. ARE STILL GETTING DRUNK j Oregon Is a dry stale, but listen to tfela from tho Portland (Ore.) Jounnl. ! Itwas tho blsKc.rt day for drunkc j In many months. Klevon In all v. ere arrested. Thoy became Intoxicated on whisky, alcohol nnd bay mm, whlokyl telng tho favorite bovorago. Most of j them wcro picked up in tho noi th end, whero alcoholic concoctions mpy no till obtained. Abo Lawrcnco, who camo to Poit land last week to celebrate, had boon ...

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. — 2 December 1916

-- If I HI TIB MUSKOGEE CIMETEB. P. R. Price Associate Editor E, D. Nickens Associate Editor W. H. Twin. Jr Manager E. II. Twine ., Collector THE N. A. C. W. MCMQER NATIONAL NCOUO PRCfxS ASaOCIATION The Cimcltfr li the only Republican paper In tlio City of Muskogee. The iaily Phoenix is Romctimcs Republl can and aomothnes independent but at tlio present time it claini3 to bo inde- Bendtnt. nuch n clanging is not worth ire wnoops in h 1 to nny political party and yet Ilixby, its editor, ot rich nt tho Republfcnn pio counter. What baie ingratitude. HAS STOOD THE ACID TC8T. Philadelphia Evening LccJcor.) Wo havo no patlcnco with Uiobo who nrrl Hint thorn li no Btron.tth in the Untied Slntca navy. Any Institution' .which could survlvo throo yoara ot Daniels niust havo tho goodB. AN EYE TO THE FUTURE. Waatitnrfton Htar. ' "Whnt'o tho Idoii of your working bo hard for prohibition?" "I want to bo rccognlzod ns ono of tho deserving patriots who helped ta elect tho tlckot," roplied Undo BQl ...

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 December 1916

"Dnv" 001 rli nu HTP im unniRcn nuuuu GERMANS AT BREAKFAST INVALID WOMAN CHARGES SliE WAS SWINDLED , CUT OF $300 0 HIE STOCK 2"" .-. tC' tiJB 1 i ".,-vr '.. MviVSl t'. wiMc K"r'j ""j , ' waaI -J'-. &-$ .'1kI w .fr- ta&, : . -.-- ' r"K -i- & RJF-Mlf V.. - i- .'. .vi . .TMTV TJ.i . !. "--v.-' ht.. , v. -'.-- - jyiszj. - is - .. ftaLfcit.'j -:.. v pi fl i m m i Ut-PJll u OEii DP DD mt n& i , n h h r SOS! 4M RF thlLUiiL BANKER Af!D MERCHANT CALL "DRY" LAWS A FARCE AND FALLACY CANADIANS PROHIBIT PLUM PUDDING AND MINCE PIES Ono May Eat the Pastry Up There If it Doesn't Contain Brandy Thus Passos Into Svvcot Oblivion the Old-Fashioned English Chrlatmns Dinner Claims Names of Colorado Min isters Were Used to Liduco . Her to Buy Shares in In vestment Company Launched J By Anti-Saloon League Men Photo fio-n Ainorlmti l'reis rc i'!on ' This In a --art of tha German General ctalf, the man whor nh'y or. canned brains ara larcaly responsible for tlio rsmarkabls cfflcl.. , cf llicl...

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 December 1916

M9WPT Land vnlucs havo (locfbasod In the last nvo yoars; G.000 pooplo havo moved away, having gone to iomo other plnco. A number of ono, two and throo story brick buildings In tho little city uro unoccupied; sldowalka in front of moat of them nro In bad repair; win dows aro brokon, nnd tho pooplo who own thorn faco tho condition of not being ablo to rent or soil, but muit pay heavy taxes all tho time. All over tho city thoro aro empty residences. Bootleggers Vote Dry. Tho bootlcggorfl all voto tho dry tlckot. They pny about 27 or 28 cents n pint for whisky express charges nnd all and soil It for $1 a pint. They get beer In barrel lots, oppress paid, for 10 rents a quail, and they retail 11 at GO ccnta per quart. Ho, you hoc, they nro doing a big biiHlnous In a dry ntnto. Tho boot leggers of ovory city In Oklahoma aro organized. Somo ono of them Is raid od nearly ovory day, and aH coon as tho laid l.i mndo tho others ato noti fied by telephono to got tho stuff In tho clear. An soon n...

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 December 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol. 18 NO, 2& MUtKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY DEC. 0 1910. PUICE $1.00 A YEAR -T-V PJVW V fn3Vn ?"''"V" STKI'.JLISLSE THEY LOVE THEIR LIQUOR Now is the time for jour Xmas shopping and this store is an mmmmmmmryntwrif mm " c Vky ft. WIFE BEATERS OF DRY OLD KANSAS tjf 1'itjto 1) l'uul li.uniii'uii. nun loiic City Bread, wine and tobacco are Indlr.ijinsnbic to the fcroclou3 French flaht re Their prowess Is tho surprise of tho bio war, for the Piohlbltlonlsta were sure that, because the French are not Mrohlbltlonlcts, they had "gone liack." Out, aa we go to press, the French arc still drinking and flghtlnf. The soldiers In this picture are French-African troopa In Macedonia. ARE STILL GETTING DRUNK Oregon Is a dry state, but listen to this from tho Portland (Ore.) Journal: It was tho biggest day for drunkii In many months. Eleven in all were arrestod. They becamo intoxicated on whisky, alcohol and bay rum, whisky beiBS the favorite beverage Most of them wore pick...

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 December 1916

wqnwpy,,,y',''fP' vi"ywy. ' r;w ---r '" T , iJns -yg TBE MUSKOGEE CIMETER. fr. R. Price Associate Editor K. D. Nickens Associate Editor W. II. Twine. Jr Manager I. II. Tvrino..,. Collector THE N. A. C. V. MICHIGAN IS "DRYWILL MftNT ARRESTED A SALOON AT THE FRONT KRESGE RAISE GIRLS' PAY? K HPp' ' ti MCMDER NATIONAL NEGRO PRCJlS A300CIATIOM The Cimctsr is the only Republican paper in tlw City of Muskogee. The iaJly Phoenix is sometimes Republi- Kn nnd sometimes independent but at e present timo it claims to bo indc 6en(fnt, such n chancing is not worth iree whoopB in h 1 to nny political party nnd yet Ilixby, its editor, got rich at tho Republican pie counter. What base ingratitude. HA8 STOOD THE ACID TEST. ' Philadelphia Kvcnlns ledger. Wo have no patlenco with tlioso who f assert that thoro la no strgth In tho Unltcd Stntej navy. An; Inctltutlou' wuich coum curvivo turt rcara 01 Daniels rauet lmvo tho coeds. 1 AN EYE TO THE FUTURE. I IWufhhiKton Ut.ir.J I "Whal'n tho Idea of your wo...

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 December 1916

'CANADIANS PROHIBIT PLUM & ' "-' : ft.? '- '' v.:r:t',r''- Pimniwr Awn mto A KJLSHJimyj XTLIiJL IVAAiXl GERMANS AT BREAKFAST I BJ OiaJSOlUil iir CHIEFS HE BED INVALID WOMAN CHARGES SliE WAS SWINDLED j OUT OF $300 Claims Names of Colorado Min isters Were Used to induco ; Her to Buy Shares In In i vestment Company Launched By Anti-Saloon League Men ' .Ab Invalid woman of Denver nan flled suit against two officials of tho Anti-Saloon League whom sho charges old her worthless raining stock. Tho Denver (Col.) Tost reports tho case aj fellows: Ib x complaint Sled In tho district ourt today by E. M. Sabin, attorney for Mrs. Emma Showers, an Invalid who has for many yoars been confined to bar home, Arthur J. Finch, super iateadent of tho Colorado branch of aha Anti-Saloon League, and O. Arthur Hollewny, secretary of tho camo or ffaalxatlen, are charged with using the name of the league, that of its organ tsar and of Denver ministers of tho gospel to Induce her to buy stock In a mining c...

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 December 1916

v. Land values havo decreased In the last llvo yean; B.OOD peoplo havo moved nwny, liavlns cono to some other plncc. A number of ono, two and threo atory brick building In the Ulllo city are unoccupied; sidewalk In front of moat of thom are In bad repair; win dows are broken, nnd the peoplo who own thom faco tho condition of not being ablo to rent or sell, but must pay heavy taxes all tho time. All over tha city there nro empty rosldcncos. ( Bootleggers Veto Dry. Tho bootlogjrora all vote tho dry ticket. They pay about 27 or 28 cents a pint for whisky express charges nna all and sell it for Jl a pint. They get beer In barrel lots, express paid, for 16 cents n quart, and they rotall It at 50 cents per quart. So, you ece, they nro doing a blf business In a dry stato. The boot loggers of overy city In Oklahoma aro organlxcd. Some ono of them h raid ed nearly ever)" tly. and as roon as tho raid la" made tho other3 are noti fied by telephone to get tho stuff la tho clear As noon as th ra...

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 December 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. ' Ja& J.' " 4 Vl. It NO, 28 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY DEC 10 1916. PHICE 51.00 A YEAR ri FIGURES PROVE PROHIBITION DOES NOT DECREASE GRIME! COSTS OVER TWICE AS MUCH TO MAINTAIN ORDER IN "DRY" GRAYSON THAN IN "WET'' McLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS THIS FACT PUNCTURES ANOTHER THEORY As Usual, the Taxpayers Have to Shoulder tho Burden " Reform, Which Has Doubled the Sum They Formerly Gave Toward Public Improvements Grayson county, Texas, has been dry" for ten years and la ono of tho communities "pointed to with prldo" , fey tho Anti-Saloon Lcaguo wind-jammers. McLennan county, Its neigh tor, In one of the "untcdoemed," but the Denlson (Texas) Herald Bhows that It costs more than twice as much to maintain order In Grayson county as It does in McLennan county. Says tho Herald: "Grayson county enjoys tho reputa tion of being one of tho cleanest and Most moral counties In tho state. Her citizenship Is known far and wldo as feting of an unusually high order, and the reco...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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