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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

ionium i ii MUSK0066 6ilH6t6f.'1 -A W 1 238 Hg Vol 'S. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, June J 6, 1904- Number 3 STILL ANOTHER' r J' . ENTERPRISE. .ThcTCreftJk Citizen's Realty Bank an:l Trupt Co Will Sjuii , " , Start Business. Cuttings From Exchanges The movement of so many Negroes from nil over, every pait of the South, leaving idle many fields and plantati jns tell a story stronger than wo can hope to get in any sort of periodical. Tho Negro loves the South, bub the limited oxeciseof his rights, thp continnal reign of the sdirit of slavery has caused him The Creek C1.i7.ens' Keal'y 13ank and ' to turn his back upon tho South and to Trut Co. is a new enterprise for Mus kogee. All the stockholders, directors and officers of this institution are color ed people. Tho capital stock of this institution is $50,000, $30,000 of which is paid in, and the location is one cf the new brick houses on tho east side of North Second stieot. This is perhaps the only institutution of its kind...

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 June 1904

. -dati. 2P7 TICKLE GRASS BT BYRCN WILLIAMS Idt the Stream. "Jim!" "JIM!" Chorus" Jim! Jim! Jim! You're got a bite!" Jim's older brother "Jim, you darned little curs, can't you see nuth in'? You've got a bite!" "Aw, g'wan, taln't nutbln' but th wind!" "TIs too. You never saw th' wlna" make Looked Lookec! See 'or Jerk!" "Shot up!" from Jlui, cautiously kneeling in tho wot sand beside the polo setting In a crotched Htlck. "I tell you It ain't nuthln' but th wind 'or maybo a mltinlo!" dogged ly, from .Tamos, putting his hand cau tloiiBly on tho polo to connect with tho blto current! Sustaining no shock ho gently pulls tho string an Inch or two to "feel" oi tho bite! Chorus "Don't! Aw don't!" Jim's brother "Whnjcrwant t senro Mm away fer anyway!" angrily throwing a stono at tho sand bank! "Gosh darn it, don't you supposo I know how to flsh for ' Splash! Thero Is n violent bending of the pole, a leap into tho air by something gloaming pearl and gold and tho line fings from a waving rod! ...

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 June 1904

. Tj XU ffKt, 'pWkiMSWpSRWJvlWSflWrt'iJ jjw4Wtgwtpipmjy 1MWtj tWMsHnwKagiyr1 tr mm.'' TOLD IN CALIFORNIA. Helping th; k i d n eys 1 helping th wholo body, for it is tht kidnoyg that remove the poisons and waste from the body. Learning this simple lesson h a a mado many t .-'" iiiHI?. I Rick men and women well Judgo A. J. Felter of 318 So. E. St., San Bernardino, Calif., says: -"For 1J years my kidneys were not perform Jug their functions properly. There was sonio backache, and the kldne) secretions wero profuse, containing also considerable sediment. Finall) the doctors said I had diabetes. Doan'i Kidney Pills wrought a great changt In my condition and now I sleep and feel well again." A FREE TRIAL of this great kldnej medicine which cured Judge Feltei will bo mailed to any part of the United StatC3. Address Fostor-MJlbun Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all deal ers; price 50 cents per box. A bill has passed the house and senate, and has been signed by the governor of New York, making i...

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 June 1904

i THE CIMETER; Published every week in the in toro'it, rf the Negro ''by the Cimeler Publishing 6o.s W. II. TWINE .... Editor. K. VOC-D, JWtEdilor and Manager. J. T. TRIMBLE -- - - Solicitor, report their names on account of their high standing, and their is nothing in the report from the police- court showing who they were. Had this been some poor cuss, the police would, doubtless, have taken a shot at him "just to iware him" and maj be killed an innocent bystander. Great police force we have, almost equal to our (mud works) water works. W KiuerodSit the Post Office at Muskogee I.T. as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPITON; i One Year ."t...A $1.00 ma. iMUiiiUH -...; ()) rnroe Months ......r.... 4. 25 . l.. Ayers, a Negro lawyer nnA r,li :;..:., - ... . nw tiutitiuiiin, was assassinated at Langstrn, Ok., the Cth mst., died of his wounds later. Avors peiH will bo sent to any one in debt to I was addressing the council when tins paper until paid up. Take notico' e., . , r ", ., . ,....

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

time and weather have not served to destroy their original lines. As with the statuary of the cathedrals of tho middlo ages, these statues differ slight ly In form, ovon though they aro sup posed to he symmetrical. Treasure in the Sea SWSft To a Cigar. O Pnnatcjln, vou nro blent With much of human clement. v M.arniyollr form nn(l fftt0 wo n We think how you resemble man. llrilm?,y?u by ith0 WPftPPor. which A.,i.UR'u,to m,l,co 'ou Por or rich; And man-by outer Barb of his AVo reckon wlmt tho tiller Is. miUE!? mn.n ftt h,M. fotuno mocks, WSJ y.V.' V?" flmUmcB In a box; nl.2,."' hlVn.ak?r ?. cunnln hand Determines what shall bo Ills brand. Sometimes you nro domestic. Ho Is often compelled to bo Again, to honor custom's duo Ho must provldo much revenue. Aon,Lminn7,,kc 'ou a helpless thlnp Jh made for some oiio'ji pleasuring': t iK2 lou' ?on, day ho rneetM " match; JJke you, ho many dreams wm hatch. O. Panatella, yoonnd mnn Indeed fulfill tho solfsamo plan. lor in the end asido you're ca...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

immmi SCHOOL LAND LEASING BOARD MAKES NEW RULING 'SHsmmmm9)fm ' P'"t",! y W?,h L2??M r Collateral .91? K9.0I3? The School Land Lessee, the Territory and Money Lender are Protected, 'if :ii iu GUTHRIE: Tho following now rul !PK Joon adopted by tho J.crrltor , lal school 'land leasing board nnd la ""Portauit to Jessces everywhere: , Riilo 29 -Lessees of ocliool lands may assign their leases ns collaloral .ocurlty.for a Joan under tho following conditions: (a). Tho assignment to bo execut ed in duplicate upon a apodal form piovided by thu department arttf sign cd by tho Ic.hhco and also by his wife in chho of a 'married man, and proper ly acknowledged before tho notary public. """ (If). Ono copy of tho assignment accompanied by tho leaso must bo JMod In tho offlco of tho School Land department wHhVjIfjSen flNyh attar tho assignment is made, nnd a filing Jet, of ono dollar ($ir bo-paid there for, tho other copy to bo retained by nsslgnco. AH assignments o bo' null and 'old unlcssW libel...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

f jrimux. inaiwewMw.. "l ;- ' MILITARY REIGNS THE MINING DISTRICT, AT COLO RADO UNDER STATE TROOPS t'sr rr - ! I '. ?l tlIMUIESSBE!!!B.Si!ipyi0fJ18JAJE 8eventy-8lx Union Miners Deported Into Kansas Mora May be Sent Out This Week The Mining Trouble May Last For Some Time ' DENVER: " A week of riot and bloodshed 'unparalleled in the' Cripple Cr6ek Inlnlntf "district ended Sunday with tho district still under martial law, tho Citizens' alliance at Victor de manding tho resignation of city and county olllcials, who arc In sympathy with tho union, and the miners them selves 'being forcibly deported out of the state, with' orders not to return. " President Moyer of the striking fed eration of miners is yet held a prison er at tho military bull pen at Victor on tho charge of Inciting riot, the su ptemo court of tho state having hand ed down w decision on his application for a writ of habeas cm pus, holding tha tho constitution confers power on the governor to hold any Insurrec tionist with...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

I BEJ'jrE' FISHING 1 A Ono morning when spring was In her m m teens, m M A morn to a poet's whining, , , , All tinted In delicate gray and greens, .- Miss Heaslq and I wont Ashing. m m I in my rough-and-tumblo cloth e, m A With my faco ot the sunshlne'M mercy; 8ho with her h.it tipped down to her M m H nose, m m And her noso tipped vice versa. mil with my rod, my rent, and my books, And ii humptr of luncheon recesses; m Bho with the bait of her comely )ooks, m m And tho Hclno of hur golden tresKoa. m I Bo wo nat down In tho shado of a dyke, Where the whito pond lilies teeter, V And I went to fishing like quaint old Ike, m m And alio llko Simon Peter. m m I All day I lay in the light of her eyes, BJ And dreamily watched mid waited; M m 3ut the fish wore cunning and wouldn't m m H m m And tho haltor alona was baited. So when tho tlmo for departuro camo, I My bag was ns flat as a flounder; I m m . But BchbIo had nearly hooked her ' game A hundred-nnd-elghty-poundor. m m -Unidentified. ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

mK' -TViJtl w mmv-nr v.. , y F3LMKMW4aaiALnv. CogaFTiappenings. jT , GVops nave been damaged a gculkl deal by the continued rain and; 'overflows JJJK "Mr. Wiley Jones. hagilfquht a splendid piece of ijesiclentprop- erty on Third St. iJL ,. 1 "l The colored ohildrenneed a solncl in the 3rd ward, and we hppa the school board will furn ish one. Airs. Nettie Draise has pur .; chased a very desirable lot on 8. ..8rd St , and will remove her ho- tel to that place at once. Trinity Lodge No. 14, F; & ? , "M. and Easter Star Chapter No. - will install their officers oh Fri ?i day night ac Odd Fellows Hall. The corner stone of the A. M. Fi. rthurch was laid by the K- of P., Sunday, a large crowd weie out and a eplendid collection tak en up. Not an empty business house in town and the carpenters can't build i6sidecos fast enough for the influx of new comers. All this indicate a good town. The' new Creek livery barn is about completed and Mr. Rags dale will be on 3rd St. near the Frisco tra...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

fkty&)mzr Builders of locomotive engines are steadily oxccedlng past achievements and constructing titans of tho rail that excite tho amazement of every boholdur. At Schenectady n colos huh has boon turned out for tho Bal timore ft Ohio railroad which sur passes anything and everything seen before. Tho giant weighs 320,000 pounds, has Bix pairs of driving wheels and u boiler thirty-eight foot in length and seven feet in diameter. It is estimated that this locomotivo will bo CO per cent moio powerful than any other over put together. John L.'s Advice to Boys John L. Sullivan, at his recont Bos ton benefit, said to two schoolboys who approached to shako his hand: "Boys, if you want to get on, do your work. Work is tho only thing to make in on happy and successful. "Don't bo llko tho lad who worked ho badly that when his father wrote to the boss of tho concern asking where his son slept, tho answer sont back wns: " 'Your son slops in tho shop in llic day time, but wo don't know who...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

1 ,"ii,j' , & iwm.1 ri w " V X GIVE IAIIE8 FRESH AIR. Boston Little Ones Sleep on Roof and . Balconies. Putting the baby to sleep in a box on top of tho flat roof of a modern Hkyscraplng apartment house, or In tho iron balcony far above the side walk, or even on tho broad window scat of the upper story, at the very edgo of the precipitous hlght, Is the newest method of fresh air training which - is developing among the wealthy and arlstocratio families of tho Back Bay and Brookllne, Boston. , i jii-i. 1 1 1 ii in iin r i Jl'i IIJ IlIIlM I l! i II ll 1 1 Mi JB) m. L saw flraM I . HsNrYeSa5essES4 The treatment has become bo popu lar that along almost" any street in tho exclusive section of tho city one may look up to the upper stories of tho houses, especially in the apart ment houses, and seo a box which, in a poorer quarter of the city, would bo taken for a window garden. And so it is, but it is a garden for tho little bud of the family. A TEXA3 CHATELAINE CHARM. Novelty from Pa...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 June 1904

'W"J"" t' ''iiw f " S' THREE TYPES OF RUSSIANS. The?Arc the Great, the Little and tht Thoro nro thruo gr.vd divisions of tlio, mi Inutility tho groat RuHslnns, the llttio Russians nnd the white Rub clanpcoriter nl Mohcow, the little Itui RlaiiH. Tho ju-oat Russians center hit .Moscow, Iho llttio Russians ut Kkrr. Tho blood of tho white Russians la pure, but their civilization 1h leas advanced 'than that of the other two. The great Russians, mutiy times tho most numerous, are tho vlg oious and pushing element of the Russian nation. .Though tho least Sla vVvfit has been tho great colonizer df thGjSIavl" race. Its wholo history has noun of one long strugglo against Aslnr Tho groat Russian's staluro la oftouer high than low; his skin la whlto his cyos often blue, his hair mostly blonde. The little Russlun Is handsomer, taller, livelier, moro alert In mind, but moro changeable, modi tatlvo, Indolent. He has more inde pendence, more Individuality and Is moro dreamy and poetical. Tho whlto...

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 June 1904

- Ift w mr- TH6 MUSK0S66 ClHISUtr. Vol 5. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, June 23, 1904- Number 37 DENIES HIS RACE AND GETS INTO TROUBLE On Friday afternoon, sometime ago, a tale of infelicity told be fore Judge Parker in the County Court disclosed a romance as strange as fiction. It was on its face an ordinary case of a mother applying for an order against the husband for the support of her minor children, but there was al so recited the life story of a young Negro who abandoned his race and its fair women, and parsing for a Portugese, was mingling with the white race, And so thoroughly had he worked out hischeme of race seperation that he was one of the bitterest haters of his race, disdaining to ridd on street cars with them, and cursing them in the vilest language; and this, while his own father, mother and sister were living in the same city with him. About fourteen years ago Rose Hill was the belle of colored-society circles in Chicago, and her home 23rd and Dearborn str...

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 June 1904

J- it i . Pi Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWINB, Editor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. NOTES OF THE NEW STATE The negroes of Anlmorc celebrated ftrunnclpatlon day. A contract lias been let to O. E. llmmcriunn for n $20,000 Christian church building at Chickasha. Roy Iluffnmn of Waurlka wan Jrowncd while crossing Denver crcclr during the recent high water. Sheriff Ontes of Woods county lias purchased two mammoth bloodhounds, Which he will usa in hunting down criminals. Twonly-throo prisoners were sen tenced at tlio recent term of the fed orft court at Durant. The county commissioners of Woods county have approved the plans for a $ 10,000 court house nnd will advertise for bids, the contract to be lot at the end of thirty days. An ordinance has boon introduced at a recent council meeting at 131 Rono providing for a street railway franchise Dy a practically unanimous vote the Indian territory bar association lias decided to immediately unite with the bar association of Oklahoma, the de tails of the 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 June 1904

A KANKEft SHOOTS HIMSELF K A Myt tf EJK CJtr Suicided While Urufer Arrest DALLAS, TEX, s 1.. A. Mjs presi dent of the Elk City National bonk ol Elk. City, Okta., shot himself In the brotn In tho Dallas county Jail. Mays was arrested at Greenville, Tex., several days ago by United States officers, on a charge of having made away with largo sums of money belonging to tho bank. He was brought to Dallas and United States Commissioner Fink held him in $5,000 bonds, which ho was unablo to fur nlsh. Deputy United States Marshal Warden had arranged to take Mays back to Elk City the night the banker killed himself. The officer and his prisoner wero in the office of the jail, awaiting the arrival of the train that was to carry them to Oklahoma. Friends of Mays had left a valise with clothing in it at the Jail for him. Mays asked to be permitted to get some linen from the grip. The valise was unlocked and he inserted his hand and forearm into it. Instead of taking out linen Mays quickly drew f...

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 June 1904

I M THE CIMETER Published every we"'k in the in toront '"f the Negro by the Cimeter Publishing Co. W. H. TWINE .... Editor. K. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor, Encored at the Poht Office at Muskogco I.T. us second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION; (In advance) One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Th oo M mtha 2 Wo are aending a number of sample cor ios out this week and ill is is an invitation for yu to .subscribe- and advertise with us. We give value received. lJrof. Gmciu of Texas, who has spent several weeks in the 13. 1. T., has returned to the Lone Star state. The Prof, wrs well pleased with the Territory ai d we ex pect him to return and reside here permarently. he extra judge for the Ws- tern district has takn the oath of office and will go to uork sometime in the fail. With two judges at work the docket in this district will not be so crowded as has been the ca3e in the past. Our mud-works are superb. You can got a liUlo water out of a bucketful of the l...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 June 1904

WORKED HARD FOH SUCCESS. French Statesman Deserves Honors He Seems Sure Of. M. Doumer, France's "coming man," who may be the next premier, and who at the present moment Is the leader In the race for the presidency of the republic, is a remarkable fig ure. The son of workjng people, who could afford to give him only an ele mentary education, and who brought him up to the trade of a working lock smith, It was not easy for him to fill up the vacant educational gaps. But he did it by dint of privation and hard work, part of the money he earned as a workman going to pay for his books and Instruction. Thanks to pluck, he eventually succeeded, and thereupon abandoned his trade as a locksmith and became a journalist. He wrote for some time with great success for the Progres de St. Quen tln, a local paper, and his talent as a journalist was his first stepplngstono to fame. Paris followed nnd he be came editor of the Voltaire, and short ly after entered political life. The American Eagle to t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 June 1904

MMtiMHMaaM coisiSiSttivt on AinteoCi Sky-High Orchestra, This. Every boy or girl who has lost any pigeons to tho hawks should know tills llttlo trick tho Chlncso piny on tho raiders of their pigeon flocks. A missionary in China writes: "Walking near Peking one day I heard a long-drawn whistling in tho air. Looking up, I saw a flock of pigeons overhead. 'What!' I exclaimed, 'do Chineso pigeons whistlo?' "Thoro was a Chinaman passing, and I asked him about it. Ho took from his dress a set of small bamboos, joined with fino wires as In tho ac companying sketch and handed them to me. It weighed only a few penny weights. " 'That Is what makes tho whist ling,' said he. 'Wo tic these to the backs of carrier pigeons, looping tho strings around the roots of the wings. When the pigeon Is flying tho wind rushes into the bamboos and makes thorn whistle. This scares away tho hawks, no that the pigeon can bring its ltcssago safely. Sometimes there is ofly one bamboo whistle; but if tlierf aro mor...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 June 1904

ALL IS HARMONY THE INDIAN TERRITORY DEMO CRATS MEET AT DURANT NOTHING DONE WITH STATEHOOD MATTER Delegates Are Unlmtructed Williams the Winner for National Committee man Twenty-four of the Twenty five Recording Districts Represented DURANT: There was a striking ly splendid article of harmony dis played at the territorial Democratic convention. It smacked nothing short of a party lovo feast, and warrants tho assertion that the wounds re ceived at Ardmoro four years ago have thoroughly healed, and that the Demo cratic party of Indian Territory Is again In splendid working order. Tao executive session went into session at 8 o'clock In the morning to prepare the club rolls and select tem porary officers. All went smooth until the Ada delegation was reached. There were contesting delegations from Ada, one known as the Dick faction, and championed by J. F. McKecl, and the other an anti-Dick faction, cham pioned by W. H. L. Campbell and I. M. King. Each presented strong statements of the s...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 June 1904

.tauaMmMML'4Mtn WORKED HARD FOH SUCCESS. French Statesman Deserves Honort He Seems Sure Of. M. Dotimcr, France's "coming man," who may be the next premier, and who at the present moment 1b the) lender In the race for the presidency of the republic, Is a remarkable fig ure. The son of working people, who conM afford to give him only an ele mentary education, and who brought him up to the trade of a working lock smith, It was not easy for him to fill up the vacant educational gaps. But he did It by dint of privation and hard work, part of the money ho earned an a workman going to p.iy for his books and Instruction. Thanks to pluck, he eventually succeeded, and. thereupon abandoned his trade as a locksmith and became a Journalists Ho wrote for some time with great success for the Progres de St. Quen tin, a local paper, and his talent as a Journalist was his first stcpplngstone to fame. Paris followed and he be came editor of the Voltaire, and short ly after entered political life. The ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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