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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 December 1916

.I'V M(Mkf I tl DEATH RATE DECREASES AS USE OF LIQUOR INCREASES Saturday Evening Post Contradicts Claim of Hobson, and Other ! Prohibition Orators, That "Alcohol" Destroys 2,000 Lives Each Day America's Mortality Rato Lowest In History Tho Saturday Evening Tost of Plilla dolphin, otlltorlal pago, isouo ot Octo ber 21, 1010, nlvoa Homo very Interest Iiir Informntlon which oiiRlit to ho rend by Mr. Ilobaon find otlior prohibition nKltntorH who would have us bellovo "alcohol" doHtioyB two thotuund Uvea each dnyl Wo (juolo from tho itora mentioned: "Tlio death nito tu tho United Staton last yonr ufl) tho lowpnt ever ronorl ail tlili tcoii and a half for oaeh thou imiid Inhabitant.!. 1'Iftcon oarn aijo It was bovonienn and a half; o wo may say that about four hui lrod thou nnud ruoio i .oplo would hate died In thin country Ial yonr but for tho hot ter care wo tako of oi.r health--mainly by public sanitation Tlil'i ratio, ot com ho, la fur tho "rcKlMinlion arcn," which ombraceil only two ...

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 December 1916

Til MUSKOGEE CIMLTER, P. It" Prlca Associate Editor B. D. Nlckens Asiuctate Editur W. H. Twint. Jr Manager . H. Twine Collector THE N. A. C. W. TO TEST IDAHO'S "DRY" LAW IN SUPREME COURT THE FUNNY SIDE OF PROHIBITION A SALOON AT THE FRONT MEMUCR NATIONAL NCGno mc ASSOCIATION U The Cimeter Is tho only Republican er in the City of Muskogee I ho ly Phoenix is sometime:. Uopubli- Kn and sometime? independent mil at present lime it claims to bo inde pendent, such n clinging ia not worth three whoops in h 1 to any political party and yet Bixby, its editor, got flh at tho Republican pio counter. What base ingrnlitudc. j HAS STOOD THE ACID TEST. Philadelphia Uvtnlnc Ledr.or. I We havo no patlenco with tho3o who aaaert that thero Is no strength in tho United States navy. Any luriltutiou ,whlch could uurvlvo three yoara of 'Daniels must havo tho goods. Highest Tribunal In Deciding Case May Hold Prohibition Logis lation Is a Violation of the Rights of the Individual as Guaranteed By the Federa...

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 December 1916

?rUi,fjpw!iwz T 71 " Lund Tallies have decreased la ths iMt flvo roan; C.000 people have Tad away, havlug Ron to soma tker place. number of ono, two and throc story brick buildings In tho llttls city se unoccupied; aldowalka In front of sssit of thorn nro In bad ropnlr; whv stows aro broken, nnd tho pooplo who wn thorn faco tho condition of not Ming nblo to rent or noil, but must pay heavy tnxoa till tho timo. All over tho city thoro aro empty rastdoncoa. Bootleggers Voto Dry. Tho bootlcggorn nil voto tho dry ticket. Tlioy pay nbottt 27 or 28 conta A pint for whisky oxprosa charges aavd nil nnd f.oll it for $1 a pint. They not beer In barrel lota, express aid, for 10 ccupa u quart, nnd thoy retail It nt GO centn per dunrt. So, you noo, they nro doing a big fcuslncaa In n dry ntato. Tho hoot Isadora of ovory city In Oklahoma nro rganlsed. Homo ono or thorn Ih raid ed nearly ovory day, and an noon as ths rnld la made tho othera nro notl led by telcphono to net tho Btuff In fee clear. ...

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 December 1916

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol, 18 NO, 28 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY DEC. 23 1910. PUICE $.oo A YEAR syj,ii ' ', '-ZL ' . w n ..-' p... ! jjj.i 4 -- lllwf. - . ' siBSiisisnmininrriirr fc; . . ; H mm felill &$H 111 :V i 11 N8Btr . - i TO M ' Is $&P pfe ' - (too A Merry Xmas and A Happy New Year to all My colored friends just a word for you, I koow that you'll admit t'is true Binci my Ciod made time and space, You linve been mistreated by another race. But let lliem alone God will Ox them judgement day, let them alone. They make you work with all your minht, From morning noon untill the night, If for your lights you would speak up Tl py will tell you quick that is enough But lei Hit m alone God will lix ihcm judgment day, let them a'one. They want you to work, work hard, Just give you bread and a little lard, Becnusp ou know thai they don't caro Far jo.) are black and got notiy hair. But let them alone Gcd will Gx them judgment day, let them alone. Yes they want you to work from ...

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 December 1916

twim !&? &frw&TTifir If mmmmtfiii!mZiiimam& mwhw i yj"fg . .Liccwa&s-. iinrM UNCLE SAM'S CHRISTMAS STOCKING (Which Santa Claua Do You Want?) nKfr-tt- -. y 2 ii u b ii o i wn BREAKS IIDOQTifJ SHERIFF TELLS DETROIT HEWS STAFF CORRESPONDENT, ' --sA.&"?J2!L2!wrnkmk'm OlWft 1 ftrtfii iftSIII IE IN 1(1.) DAK) .UUU bfl L DIIMTQMCI f A - . IxiS AoTA-rioH cSKsSPc MmL III wm 1 1 U IT I lllilbL Sly I U Nine Aro Charged With Boot. legging in One Town Virginia went "dry" November L That tho now measure falls to prevent bootlegging la shown In tho following dispatch from Alexandria, Va., to tho OF PROHIBITION'S FAILURE IN MAINE, THE ORIGINAL "DRY" STATE I Washington Post: Nino pcrpor.s, chargad with Infrac tions of different sections of the Vir ginia proh.b'.tlon law. woro arraignotl In tho po!!co court November 13. BarahPlnkncy nnd Henry Williams, and V. II. Lee. who ilslrns Fairfax county r.s his home, were held for tho action of the grand Jury. Brown and Barah Plnkney c...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 December 1916

afrf MU8K0UES CIMSWU, TO TEST IDAHO'S "DRY" A SALOON AT THE FRONT B. It Prloo ApBtclale Ed Hot t, D. Nickens .... Associate Kditir' W. H. Twine. Jr Maivtgtr I B. H. Twine Coliuetur 1 THE FUNNY SIDE OF PROHIBITION SUPREME COURT TIII2 N. A. C. Y. pppr" r pf7 NATIONAL Ni' HO r AbS'.C'AriON The Cimolor ii lh only Republican fapor in tho City of MujUogeo. The laity Phoenix is t. 'iiRt.mfts E'puliH- n anil Bomutim-.i 1 idtpuident but at 0 present time it daimi to bo irxie B indent, Hitch n cr. ling h not worth irae whoops in h 1 to any political frty and yet HUby, it editor, yot lich at tho Republican pio counter. What base ingratitud?. Highest Tr laiion Ibunal In Deciding Case May Hold Prohibition Logl9 s a Violation of the Rights of the Individual as Guaranteed By tho Federal Constitution NOW YOU SAID IT. lLouliHU Courier Journal , It now is said that William Jennings Dryan may bu a caudldaU of tho Pro hlbltlon party In tha next presidential campaign. Adrulrnblo arrangement. Doth the pa...

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 December 1916

!, MV TW ' ' ft J-V ' Now is the time for 3 our Xmas shopping1 and this store is an ideal place to make your selection A few suggestions Keep this list it will paoxe useful. Vhimn 1 28(),M)oUnfy MILLER & DELANCY UNDERTAKERS We Cnn Serve You Far and Ncr Wc Sell Caskets $35.00 Up M2 N. nH2St THE FUNNY SIDE OF PR0HIBHI0N iiuniiun on iiitumiRi) PAMIY, I immit lo ymi nil llifl hIm. nmii ii f n (MHiIIm! putty. Wk Iihva mM Hint H Wwt miiltil Wi hrtVf lifllrVnl II Wim if (lllllfill Vvd ImVn ilnviilMly linpcil II VVM ifllllll"il, Now, Main pmvrn (lint II In uMinltfil, I ami til ml It iifril( for llm iiMinllnil MillMlinil pnily litfi minn U U n (lirrtl Ullnihi pnit II tlMlril ni lliirntl pmlyi Id lionl (mill Huiih nt Hum of n lllwuil putty Ami toilny K fc" Hi" Mtltii will n duly imlloiinl ulillooli till iimin"lvn pltlt" Olmilrn It MtltlliKN lit (tipptili Uollvrinl ni tMnltnlMMU, N. Y. DRY COT 15 Tim lentil Hint iiiii) tn kiiIiI of IVM dml WIImoii Ik t tut I In lini been tliilit 1ilf (tin ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 30 December 1916

Rfe The Muskogee Cimeter. V Vol. 18 NO, 28 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY DEC 30 1010. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR - -- - fc .ys e - n i . Ftl Z' Mill '( n IM PP Pli If I I'll 1 ! 3 H i z JPN. A til I & ' ' 1HJLtJLIJLil MfT r M 1 sp ' ' ! Zvv HI Et II fl Br M n ?- .v.?i j X hetm II sMKAiliiJ JM- v I W: . fWAWaXa I sHssL. !&& IS8S ..'MA X A99R9A S3 I ' WM W I I ii H Mad .-ilk ) n -- Ife W5sLSSBSKtS&m dmm' ' safe n I m i vrr fl"."rinir ffriT. 5 5 j ,v,i" i'IirCi'V ?;',;!,.'"; Evangelist and Missouri N.ws Mnlindv Trcncli. lMuutiff Henry French, Dcfendnnt No. Gf2 1 Paul dt'fcndnnt. Henry Fi-ence will take notire t lint he hns been Filed ! in the nbow nam d Court by the. above ntuncd plaintiff for nn abso lute divorce from him the slid defendant, upon the uronndn of extreme cruelty, ross neglect o 1 duty rui'l abandonment, an' for the custody of the one minor child of of said plaintiff and defendant, and that he nint answer th petition of sa,d pi mtifi' filed theri'- papors Condemn ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 30 December 1916

THE PROHIBITION QUESTION TKIt MUSKOGEK CIMKBEK. A SALOON AT THE FRONT P. R. Prion - Associate Hditor IV I). Niekons Associate Udllor W. 11. Twins. Jr MamRor K. II. Twine Collector Til 12 iN. A. C. W. 1 MUMQER NATIONAL- NCOnO PRCOS AaOOCIATION i i rq ii J fv fc The Chncler ii the only Kepublican Cprr in Iho City of MusKogee. The lly l'liocnix i sometimes Kopubli fn mil unmollnHvi Independent hut l nifbi'iil liiuti it claims lo lie hide ndnt, nucli a clw.iiKitiK is not worth three whoo))H in h 1 to any political rty mill yet Hixby, its editor, Kot Uh nt tlio Republican plo .-:untur. wkat bnyo ingratitude. Evangelist and Missouri News papers Condemn Ministers Who Veil "Dry" Propaganda Under Cloak of Religion Tlioy Do Not Teach Christ's Word At tho HnptUt Church revival lant nlKht, following wooIch exhortation for Hplrllual things, Kov. IMvIb called on all who wanted lo load a moio consecrated llfo to como forward and Klvu him their hand. Only ono man ad hla wlfo wont forward and thoy, ...

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 December 1916

Now is the time t - - - Xmas for your yvt11' shopping- and this store is an ideal place to make your selection A few suggestions Keep this Hist it will paoxe useful. UNDERTAKERS Wc Can Serve You Far and Near Wc Sell Caskets $35.00 Up 332 N. nd2St Y" '-" u-t C.H.Miller phone 1280 J.M.DeLancy MILLER & DELANCY PROHIBITION 0 IS M HUQHE8 ON REUNITED PARTY. "I come to you ai the spokes. man of reunited party. We havs said that It was reunited; we have believed It waa re united; we have devoutly hoped It waa reunited. Now, Maine travel that it Is reunited. I am glad to speak for the reunited Republican party because It le a great liberal party. It started as a liberal party; Its best tradl. tlons ar those of a liberal party. And today It faces the future with a truly national outlook and a progressive spirit." Charles E. Hughes In a Speech Qellvered at Plattsburs, N. Y. The least Mint may be said of Presi dent Wilson Is (lint Iiu has been rltjht half the time, for lie hns been on both ...

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 December 1916

--. -r,fimgWSIW''1 'MHPMIIIK!- Tl .if V I. ,1 e THE MILITARY NEWSPAPER SAYS 10 CHILDREN 1 IN! INSULTING COUNCIL. Cincinnati Post.1 Tho oldest clown In tho United Htatos is dead. However, wo still have Billy Sunday and tho Cincinnati city council. TimMflBPlrt TO ' OS lb U r-'&fr ';-WltMWWWi ANTI-SAI.OON LEAGUE FLOODS ;!- ' ! ,' kTtaJ1PifejaBlB I GREAT STATE WITH PAID S .' ' iYWi jS'Wi REFORMERS (- . U J NdJSi M Fill SOul. TOO! VJ 'W&v-'::Z Buckeye Editor (toasts Small, Hobson cni Patterson. Tell ing Tlism To Help Lift Up Georgia, Alabama and Ten nessee Which Really Neoii the Light Aftor two in-k)us uiumcrosr'ful at tempt tl.o Anti-Saloon Longito, with u paid Kanj, of rpforrutrii, Ii trIng lo mnky Ohio 'rtr;." Iloro h wbnt th Ohio Voile T.rsej, of Cloulonvlilo, Ohio, thinks of tl o cchono: Tho lu'foual organisation of tho Antl-Halooa J.cituo Is comlinx Into tho Male of Ohio tho Iter. Small of Georgia, tho Hon. Mchftrd P. llobaon, of Alabama, nnd k'x-Uorernor Patter Bon, of Tcn...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 6 January 1917

v, 'Vita. The Muskogee Cimeter. ( PRICE $1.00 A YEAR mmtm . ,! - Vol. 18 NO, 28 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY JAN 0 1917. . -9m wim mm mtfUMrtmm m h iw wwfV HaaaajaajBBMHBBjja)MaBaMrrBttJWTrY - ' ' ' TfT" ' ..--.. .,.- .... ,...,.- jitiL i ..gl.-.T I, i. .-. , ., . -' ,- . i .. n JMTtftffifr fl III 1 Si.Ms VI n C H 111 IV l m" 5 tW . r '-fell My colored friends just n word for you, I koow I hat you'll admit t'is true Since my God made time und space, You have been mistreated by another race. But let them alone God will lix them judgement day, let them alone. They make you work with nil your might, From morning noon untill the night, If for your rights you would speak up They will tell you quick that is enough But let them alone God will lix them judgment day, let them alone. They want you to work. wok hard, Just give you bread and a little lard, Because you know that they don't caro Fur you are black and got notiy hair. But let them alone God will fix them judgment day, let them alon...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 6 January 1917

TOE MUSKOGEE CIMETBER. THE PROHIBITION QUESTION A SALOON AT THE FRONT P. R, Price Associate Editor K. D. Nickons Associate Editor W. II. Twins. Jr Manager E. II. Twlno Collector tiii: n. a. c. w. MCMQCR NATIONAL NCOnO PRCSJO ASSOCIATION Tho ClmtlOT ii tlio only Itcptiblican apcr in th" City of Muskogee. The ally Plin-nix is uomelimes Kcpubli- Kii mid ii'iinutimcvi Independent but at e nreccnt time it claims to lo hide aiiuenl, auch n dancing is not worth Ihrflo whoops in Ii 1 to nny politlcni aarty and yet liixby, its editor, Kot tic li at tho Republican What bnso ingratitude. Evangelist and Missouri News papers Condemn Ministers Who Veil "Dry" Propayanda Under Cloak of Religion ! They Do Not Teach Christ's Word At llio Baptist Church rnvUal lnnt nli;hl, following n uook'M oNhorUtlon for itpirituol UiIiim, Hov. Davln called on nil vlio wanted (o land :i mom consecrated llo to como forward nml glvo lilm their hand. Only ono man and IiIh wlfo wont forward and they, not membera of tho ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 6 January 1917

caaaWlt'iMwiii C.lTMiller Phone 1286 .T.M.DcLancy MILLER & DELANCY UNDERTAKERS jg Wc Can Serve You Far and Near We Sell Caskets 535.00 Up 332 N. nd2St . HUGHES ON R&UNITCD PARTY. "I come to you ao the spokes man of a reunited party. We have said that It was reunited; w have believed It was re united; wo have devoutly hoped It wan reunited. Now, Maine proves that It Is reunited. I am glad to opca! for the reunited fttpubllcan party because It Is n great liberal party. It started as liberal party; Its best tradi tions arc those of n liberal party. And today It faces the future with a truly national outlook and n progrcsclvo spirit." J Charles C. Hurjnco in a Speech 1 Delivered at Plattsburs, N. Y. -i The least that may he salt! of Presi dent Wilson Is Unit he 1ms been tight half the time, for he has been on both aides of almost till Important qttcs tteoe. It's not to bo wondered that ThotnH .M A. IMNon fmois Wll&on's re-elec-jcUq. The clcctilcal ulrniri naturally lUkta any...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 6 January 1917

TRYING 10 ftflRin n ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE FLOODS GREAT STATE WITH PAID REFORMERS SOUTH. Tl Buckoyc Editor Roasts Small, Hobson and Patterson, Tell- , Ing Them To Help Lift Up Georgia, Alabama and Tcn nessco Which Really Need tho Light After two jucvljin nn8iiceo..ful nt- tomptn tho A.nlSalojn League, with ii paid gang of icfurmoni, Iu trying to malco Ohio "diy" Hern In what iln Ohio Valley Tlmeu, of Slctibcuvlllo, Ohio, thlnka of tho hcIioiuo: Tho national organisation of tho Anti-Saloon League Is Homilng Into tho ntnto of Ohio tho Rev. Small of Georgia, tho Hon. Ulcluml 1'. Hobson, of Alabama, and hx Governor Patlor on, of Tonncii.eo. to toll tho pooplo lioro how to 11.. 'i. ,;o tho nfliilM of thh fcront Htnto. Georgia, Alubama, Ton nossool Look at tho map! Study tho tahloH of Illiteracy nml human dopravlty. Mako comparisons ol Ihuao states with tho Htato of Ohio on any ijuoitlon In volvliiK any mutter of American elvlll ration or Amorlean welfurn and do tcrmino for yourself whether t...

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. — 13 January 1917

dBB85B5SWTaiqa JSHMUKSSSSmi '$. The Muskogee Cimeter. X Itflftf If t Vol 18 No. 2 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOM A SATURDAY JAN. ia 1017. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR i IT " ' ' ,Tr"- S2E. Tu the Superior in and of Muekogen County, Stno of Oluk. Malindy French, IMnntiff. vb , , Henry ircuch, Defendant No. 0521 Said defendant. Henry Frenco will take notice tlmt he hns been sum! in the atov nnin d Court by the above nnmid P aintiff for nn abso lute diorte from him the p.iid dtfendunt, upon lha grounds nl extreme crui'lty, Br88 nenlec-t ' dutv and abandonment, nn' for tin custody of the one minor child uf of said plaintiff and defendant, and that he must answer th petition of said plnntiff fried ih"re in, on or before the lft day of Fib 3017. or said petition will bo taken astrucjiml a judgement f r said plnntiff will be rendued according ly, togt 1 her with tins c st of said plaintiff in said suit hud out ami expended. Attest O. H chaffer Clerk of said Cour By E. A. Hill Deputy W. II. Twine, P. R Price, Att...

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. — 13 January 1917

v:ixr- - a - u vw ft m& ,- TK MUStcOOEli CIMETER. t. JL Price Associate Editor ft. D. Nickeni Associato Kdltor W. II. Twine. Jr Manager ; I. H. Twine Collector TUB N. A. C. W. NATIONAL NEORO PUCOO , - AOSOCIATIOM , The Cimele 11 Uia only Republican per in tho Cily of Muskogee, 'ihe ally Phoenix H Bomotimes Republi In and Bomctimm imlepoiulonl but at present time it clnim to bo indo Kn(liit, Mich a clx-nKbig is not worth treo whoops in h 1 to nny political aarty and yet Hixl.y, ita oditor, ftot eieh at tho Republican pio ccunlor. What baso ingratitude, WASHINGTON (D. C.) CITIZENS SHOULD SETTLE LIQUOR QUESTION SAYS JOSEPH DEMI President of National Wholesale 1 Liquor Dealers' Association J Attacks Anti-Saloon League ! For Tryiny to Foist Prohibi ! ticn on Capital CiLy Without i a Roforonduiii 1 'In tho Uluclnnnti ICnuulror appeared tho following reply to Wayne 11. Wheel er, of the Anil b.iloon League. President Joseph Debar, of tho Na tloipl WholciaJvrLMui Duulers' Asso ciation, y...

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. — 13 January 1917

lsMe iiiwiwi i r - r'i'1 r " r conflict herewith arc hereby repealed. This ordinance shall bo In full force and take effect from and after its passage and aproval. 1915. (Seal) Trustees. Attest: W. C. B. Lewis, Town Clerk. -, ORDINANCE NO. 2. Be It Ordained by tbc Trustees of the Incorporated Town of Red Bird Oklahoma: Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person, or agent of any property within the incorporated limits of the town oi Red Bird, to maintain, or to permit to be come in an unsanitaiy condition, any privy, toilet, or other building. Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful for any person to permit to accumulate any garbage, refuse, dead animal, or other obnoxious substances, dangerous to the public health and that would tend to create disease of any character, within the incorporated limits of the town of Red Bird. Sec. 3. That nil bodies of dead animals and other refuse matters shall be lemoved by those responsible therefor, either by burning the same outside the limits...

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. — 13 January 1917

TRiejo AMTI-SALOOri LEAGUE FLOODS GREAT STATE WITH PAID REFORMERS FiM SOOTH, 10 Bucko yo Editor Roasts Small, Hobson an. I Patterson, Toll- i Iny Thorn To llolp Lift Up Ctorgia, Alabama and Ten- msscc Which Really Need ' tfio Light Mar two provlouo uusucrcaaful at tessyU Ih" Anti Saloon Lc.ajiio, with paid gang of icformorc, Is trying to smb Ohio "iiy." lloro lit what llu Ofclo Valley Times, of Cloubenvlllo, OMo,lthiuki of the icKcmo: Thn natlonnl rrgauLntio:i of llio Aatl-Salonu Lcafcuo hi nondln; Into e r.tnto of Ohio tho Kov. Small of Uorrlu, tho Hon. Richard 1'. Hohann, m Alabama, nnd Kx-fiovornor Patter mi, of Tennessee, lu toll tho pcoplo fcera how to mnnngo tho nffnlni of thin ajreat atato. Georgia, Alabatuu, Ten smsuu! Look nt tho map! Study tho tnlilcn if llllternry :uul human depravity, ako compnrlsnnn of thuso filtiton with Be statu of Ohio on any quuHtlon In Wing any matter of Amorlcan civili sation or Amorlcan welfnro and do arm i no for yotti'Holf whether these ntlomcn...

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. — 20 January 1917

wwarywrawMMiHwiuiMMtmH The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol. 18 No. 2 MU3KOGEE, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY JAN. 20 1917. PRICE 11.00 t "Sl.R J. R Johnson, the Supt. of the ltata School for Colored youth at Taft has made good and his school tends al head of the list of all th itates schools. Prof. Johnson, it a bard worker und gives all hie time and attention to his school work. The children under his su pervision arc industiiotn and show in their faces that they ure happy aud coiit'.-utidf In many tchooU of this kind theie is generally n complaint of the lack of clothing ecatcity of food, but this is not tha case at Tuft because they havi plenty of clothing and abundance of food. Prof. Johnson, without any blowing of uumpetu bus tickl ed tha ear.h aud raised great qu aniatiea of food stuff and from year to year bus a good and suffi cient supply on hand. The boya are taught agricuhuie in all its fazes, and the girls are tauahu the things that will be most useful to them in after life. The high cost of ...

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