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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 3 November 1904

The Muskogee Cimeter. Volume 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday November 3, J 904. Number 4 "THK KKPUHMCAX PAIITY IS THE SHIP, ALL ELSE IS SEA." Roosevelt the Champion of Right and Justice The Candidates Compared. In these times when there is so much talk about the doubtful states giving their electorial vote to Park er, it is gratifying to be assured that the Negro voter remains loyal to the party of liberty and progress. Fred Douglas once said "The Re publican party is the ship, all else is sea" and if anything, this political appraisement of party's, as concerns the Negro is more true today then when it fell from the 'lips of this great American. As was pointed out in a previous letter, the effort to corner the Negro vote for the Democrats, however well conceived and with whatever of good and noble purpose, resulted to the most natural possible way, which is n larger, more loyal and ever increas ing support of the Republican party. Although the issues are not so strictly def...

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. — 3 November 1904

S1UCHJI FIRE ONLY A SKELETON OHOUOKING BY A STOVE. Mri. Tlolirrty linn mi Kitrnonthinry J's.- jierlciieo niul tImloi'i;w's it Muri-clotm Cliiinp. Mrs. E. Doherly, of No. UC Conies street, Mobcrly, Mo., is lorlny .1 picturo of robuht beuUb, and yet five years ngn, she barely escaped death from progressive cmaointion. To a reporter alio told tho following story : "In 1800 J bcKtrn to lmvo distressing ndnolc.s of indigestion that continued for two years. Ily stomach was '-onstantly soro and burned as if it, was on lire. It bceamo finally so dedicate- that it would not, retain even plain water. My inability a take food reduced my weight to ninety eight, pounds, and faint uess and dizziness ropt 1110 in bed most of tho timo. J was really starving to death and besides I was txtromely norvous. Tho doctor wa. perplexed. Ho gavo 1110 tonics which :lid 1110 no good, and prescribed oxcrciso which I was too weak to attempt. "Ono day whon I was so faint and :hilled that I could do nothing but cr...

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. — 3 November 1904

y MBMYimjm mmmmtvz&sm vlrKBvTS fesTii Y'-irS HAPPY WOMEN. Mrs. Pare, rife of C. B. Pare, a prom inent resi dent rf Glas- g o w, Ky., says: "I was bu ft or i n gl from f. com plication of kidney trou bles. Besides a bad back, I had a great deal o! trou ble with the 8 e c r e tions, which were exceedingly variable, sometimes excessive and at other times scanty. The color was high, and passages were accompanied with a scalding sensation. Doan's Kidney Pills soon regulated the kidney secre tions, making their color normal, and banished the inflammation which caused the scalding sensation. I can i est well, my back is strong and sound, and I feel much better in every W8y." For sale by all dealers, price 60 cents per box. FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y. Stay in Bed. There Is something exceedingly sat isfactory in the statement of an emi rent London physician that "criminals are always recruited from tho early rising class." There is usually some thing dark and devious in the ways o...

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. — 3 November 1904

,-jr4hi .mly.tmmMAt ', Wtt ..U. .."" 9 v ! I- i i THE CI METER, i n i i i Published ororjr wook in tno iritorostof the Noirro b.v the Cimetar PabUnhinf Oo. Entered ut thu Post Oltioo nt Munkogoe, LTm Mcond oIrm mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In ad vatic ) One Yoar . fl.OO Six Monthi 60 Threo Month 25 ttt s , " " ' , '' i W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass'-t Editor and -Manager. J. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. f 'of Indiana. I It i9 said that there will be a Negio candidate for assistant postmaster, we don't know wheth or not this ie true and we arc uot in touch with- the friends of the party applicant, and at this time, of course, we are unable to say whether or not the individual is competent and .worthy' and at eligible for. the .position, but, of course, we are willing to leave all thatiri'A' short time the fel lows down in "the trenches will be informed,. as, (o who we...

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. — 3 November 1904

ii-BgflWMSJlnimomHMaltmMai A FIGHT AVERTED War Talk Between England and Rus sia Ic Almost Mushed LONDON: War betwern r.u sin and Great Britain lias Ijcju av r e and tho settlement of the only point in dispute regarding tho attack bv the Russian second Pacific sqirdrcv on British trawlers on October 21 It,'. boon referred to an International commission under The Hague comer. Hon. I According to the statement of Pre mier Balfour, Russia has ordered the second Pacific squadron to remain at Vigo, Spain, until the Investigation 1' completed. The Russian Baltic fleet Is under the commund of Admiral Rojcstvcnsky. ST. PETERSBURG: Thore was a feeling of profound relief in higher government spheres and d plcmatlc circles where the knowledge existed chat the grave crisis in tho relations between Russia and Great Britain over tho North Sea decision to ub mit tho decision to a committee to ho created under the articles of Tho Hague convention. This outcome will Insure a definite establishment of...

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. — 3 November 1904

' "I 'W V $ ft RUSSIAN BLUNDER ERITIOH FISHING BOATS FIRED ON BY RUSSIAN3 WAR SHIPS TURN SEARCHLIGHTS AND FIRE Two Englishmen Killed Others Are Seriously Wounded Intense Indig nation at Hull Britain Sends Ur gent Note to Russia HULL, ENGLAND: A. M. Jackson & Comapny, solicitors for llio owners of fifty Hull fishing boats, have noti fied the foreign offlco and admiralty of an attack on the Hull fishing fleet by the Russian second Pacific srjiad jron, commonly known as tho Baltic squadron, commanded by Vlco Ad anlral RojesLvenslcy. Tho official Information is that, shortly after midnight Friday, the Russian squadron fell In with tho .Hull fishing fleet In tho North sea. ,Tho first portion of the fishing fleet inaswjd namely. Thon tho Russian ships turned their searchlights on tho British vessels for some tlrao and a little later opened fire. . The stoam trawler Crano was sunk and the decapitated bodlos of her skipper and mnte have been brought to Hull. The boatswain and other memb...

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. — 3 November 1904

FOR MORE MONEY TERRIFIC MINE EXPLOSION CONGRESSIONAL APPROPRIATION .IS NOT NEARLY ENOUGH WILL ASK FOR 3500,000 SCHOOL FUND Superintendent Benedict of Indian Ter ritory Schools Will Ask for Addl tional Appropriation Great Eager ness for Education. MUSKOGEE: "The inadequacy of the 5100,000 appropriated last year for support of schoo's lor non-citizen children in Indian Territory is becom ing more apparent every day," said .1. D. Benedict, superintendent of schools in Indian Territory yesterday, "t shall ask congress to appropriate at least ?:o000 for the school work of noM year and 1 believe that we cm find good use for every dollar of it." Scores of letters and petitions trora people importuning for the establish ment of schools in their neighborhood come Into the superintendent's office every week. Some of thorn arc path etic in their pleadings. Mr. Benedict by the very limitations of his funds is compelled to turn a deaf ear to most of those communications. Many com munications do ...

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. — 3 November 1904

I ! I ' i A Mooted Question. Th tortoteo'ii faflft bad a unocr uncon- OMltd W?n tly Kpoko of t)io Jfon ao king of th ffold; And hf bonorn 'r rivolTod wftfc a pur- pom rurnot . Home 5y to trsml honl on the tnfl of Hf ocmt! Ho mlfn? hlM klriKtfltfp ono day In Iho Arid inorwitromdy mighty hln Jlonflhlp howHl ! Jf Blurtad to euiHtfrttf, nn3 fcavo no ox- COMO To tftfr Ifon for nil of bin middon nbUHC. Tho klrtjc of tho Hold, with n look of Kurprtuo, Jfwird tho vo!ly of "jicoiindrclt aniins- Mlnl otirl llMt" F'tr hod rio'r rwirt, In fiot, of tho bonst oiiwilnn thoro , t JCxooptlrtK filoriK with tho HOrnnoItnt hiirol Hut Hint bootad not! With a torrlblo 'our . . . I lit marled to drink up tho tortotao'H or, JJiit (ho hitter draw wlmply hla houd In th Mholl, And OMnd In n rniimior I nhtiddcr to lull I "Com null" ron rod tho lion; "cnino out of thnt fort, Ton coward I you aurl and I'll oat you for uportf" "Kat nwriyl" wild I ho tortoise "that hIioII'h pnrt o' mo, Jimt tho Hiirrio aa tho part...

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. — 3 November 1904

WTfflBWIIBWBrBr -";? Local Happenings. Prof. Johnson was in town Wednesday evening. S. A, Owen of Oktaha made hi s usual weekly trip to Muskgee Wednesday, Messes W. Wilburn and Willis Walker, of Wagoner, visited friends here Sunday. Call on Elliott Bros., when you want anything in the Dry Goods line, theywill tieat you fair. Mr. E. D. Nickens of Fcrt Smith Arkansas, is in the city representing The Frnternal Union. Mr. Hilliard Taylor of Boley was in the city Sunday. He re ports cotton moving freely and that he is buying his share. The Store of Smith -Torrans Furniture Company is the pride of Muskogee and one of the finest Furniture Stores south of Saint Louis. They keep the best at right prices. Mr. H. R Pearson, left Thurs day for Gerthrie O. K., in the interest of the Afru-American Investment Co., while there he will cast a Ticket for Roosvelt and Prosperty. Smith Torrans Furniture Co., is offering a reduction in Wall Paper during November, at one fourth off. They have a big Elega...

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. — 3 November 1904

hi Ml Muskogee Ci meter. TV. II. TWIN13, IMltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. NEW STATE NEWS Real ostuto men of Muskogee nav perfected an organization. The Rock Island shops at Chick asha aro now running full time. It Is rumored tint the Katy shops faro to be located at Ok'ahomi City. " f . , The Oklahoma Dairymon's Associa tion was organized In Cuthrlo last wook. For the first time In many years tho county jail at Stllhvator Is empty and tho jailor has gono on a hunting trip. Tho fourteenth annual encampment of tho Grand Army of the Republic ot Oklahoma was held at Ilobart last weok. Henry Jackson, charged with being implicated In a murder at Checotah more than flvo years ago, has been re turned from Roswoll, New Mexico, Where ho was recently' located. " Business has been so heavy lately that tho Rock Island has put on two additional trains on tho Mangum branch and also two on tho Waurika branch out of Chlckasha. It is estimated that tho cotton crop in tho vicinity of Mangum will ex ceed th...

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. — 3 November 1904

Woman's Charms Not Lasting. The abundant smooth black trosscs of tho Japanese woman may be said to form her chief beauty. Unfortu nately, however, her hair invariably thins after 20. Decay of Fox Hunting. iXhe London Field foresees tho end offox hunting where a "live" rail runs through tho country. It imag ines what would happen should a pack of hounds cross an electric railroad, to say nothing of the fox. ask Tour Druggist for Alton's Foot-Ease. "1 tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE rtwmt ly, and havo just bought another supply. It has cured my corns, and tho hot, burning and itching sensation in my foot which was almost unbearable, ami i would not bo with out it now. Mrs. W. J. Walker, Camdou. N. J." Sold by all Druggists, 25c. If fortune's wheel doesn't turn to suit you, put your shoulder to it and give it another whirl. "Dr. Dnvlil Kennedy's Ftuorlto Remedy curnl moofllrlBht nDlpomoand OraTcl AblnnliyrlUntis Called " Mm E. 1'. Ml.ncr, Uurclill!, 0. II 00 a bottle. Every woman imagines she ...

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. — 3 November 1904

'1 v h r p Ik. m tvn m yelling about Negro problem and that "one drop of Negro blood coult! change nn angel" whether the Ne gro la human or devil If hp has the qunlltlcH which 1h tho )ropor object of hatred and contempt In almost overy particular sort of wickedness he has had rivals. Unfortunately for those of tho Ne gro race who are cursed with being closely identified with that raco who are now yelling negro problom but blessed to tho memory and Intelli gence of' tho Negro, ho was not tho first to yell raco question or sopurato pur ti lion. Ilavo wo not reason to malco com pliment with respect to tho dally changes made by Negro haters? Why citizenship Inspires mo to teach my race honesty and economy and to place Hi em upon safe and sound basis to stimulate them to proper Incentives lo higher and noblo efforts. I hopo to glvo a moro extended ac count of tho charges made and arc being mado to keep tho Negro in an abject condition. This I hope to do beforo my Ufo work shall end. To 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. — 10 November 1904

rvvrpmsiTrr)9tyi!ifUxt!'t . SPECIAL ADVERTISING EDITION SECTION ONE. The Muskogee Cimeter. Volume 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday November 10, 1904. Number 5 aoth CENTURY BATH COMPANY School of MANUAL THERAPUTICS. is in advance of and far more sweeping than schools of Osteopathy, including in its course of study Osteo Manipulatiou.s coupled with Dr. Cor foin's famous Turko-Rtissian bath, the use of which is thoroughly and prac tically taught. All instructions given in operating room on patients suffer ing from some of the many chronic diseases. For further information address, C. M. CORBIN, D. O., ioo4 North Main, Muskogee, 1. T. Or the Editor of this paper. Peace at Holdenville. J. M. Neal is proprietor of the Ne gro hotel and C. D. Davis is. proprie tor of the Negro restaurant at Holden" ville. Our repreBetative called upoa them, between trains, the other day, and he learned from them that they are doing an excellent business and they assured, us that whatever had beenjfce...

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. — 10 November 1904

iWffl THE WORLD'S J I X BEST WRITEBS 7Z4fA1A FRANCE TURNING FROM WAR. f RECORD OF A GORY DECADE .iaBIE ifHJPkMhiAHiUBsV. ?Mrs. Fairbanks tells how lie-1 M r, r, o O cn Mrs. Mary E. Mcserve, of Salisbury, Mass., was cured of Anxmia, a disease in which thero is an actual deficiency of the blood, by the use of Dr. Williams9 Pink Pills for Pale People She says: "The first symptom was an unusual paleness. Later the blood seemed to have all left my body. I had shortness of breath and fluttering' of the heart; was de pressed, morose and peevish. I suf fered for two years. Physicians did me little Rood but I am now a well woman because I took twelve boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." These pilLs really make new blood and have cured obstinate cases of rheumatism, scrofula and erysipelas. They are es pecially useful to growing girls. Sold by all Druggists. Preaching Tub. A .Chinese carpenter at Rangoon, who had been employed to construct a pulpit for a now Anglican church, Bent In the bill f...

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. — 10 November 1904

?fcfylJ,,,.rt,..1M k COUNCIL CLOSES CREEK LAWMAKERS ADJOURN, AFTER THREE WEEKS' SESSION ANTIPATHY EXISTS IN THE NATION Racial Feeling Manifested Itself in Many Ways Creeks Hold That Ne groes Should Havo No Part in Deliberations OKMULGEE: The Creek council, which has been In session for the past three wesks, Ins closed. Much Important legislation was passed (luring the closing1 hours. One of the most remarkable fea tures of this council has been the an tipathy which has developed on the part of the full-blood Creeks toward the freedmen (negroes) who are mem bers of the council. This racial feeling has manifested itself in n.any ways, nnd Is the first Umo It has ever appeared in the council. When those negroes v. ho were formerly slaves of the Creeks, came back to the Creek nation after the civil war they wie granted equal rights by the govern ment, and thus obtained communal rights with the Crooks. They havo been accepted without a murmur in the legislative halls of the Creeks until ...

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. — 10 November 1904

n if m 1 I THE CIMETER, I'alilitihail ovory wewfe in int iuteroHt of tht'Npgrnbr the Cimf'tor Publishing Co. Enteral i at tin- Port Ulhco t Muskogee, 1. T., u M'coud clans tnnil matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance) On? Year $1.00 .Six Motitlm CO Three Month 25 pleasant conditions ut Iloldenville. Down in Iloldenville the negroes the alleys, preaching to some would have a hotel and one other business ( oe postmaster that he possessed the house. This is advancing along prop er lines and we can tender our thanks to the much abused Court House gang for these privileges. We re spectfully call (he attention of our leaders, who at the fast election were cussing the Couit House gang to the The Democrats and mugwamps who W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. wnnn Accv t.-mu,. ,,i r..nr.. w w, ..w., v uunui ...iv. mmiuKu, iV0rB fMIHuilHr Knmn nt Mia rA.nl ..t J jr. TRIMBLE - -J?o)icitor.'flcc holders' because they went home to vote can now lake a rest as some of them did not leave the country bu were her...

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. — 10 November 1904

W-n"et Wk,, ,.T, , SPECIAL ADVERTISING EDITION SECTION TWO. The Muskogee Cimeter. Volume 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday November JO, J 904. Number 5 PATTggSOW MERCHANTILEJQO General Merchandise. i, 4? .. "Our SHOE DEPARTMENT is Second to None, ank of Mo ee TERRITORIAL TRUSTS SURE fY CO. We have recently added a FIRE INSURANCE DE PARTMENT to our business under the the efficient man agementof MR. P. M. FORD.. '' Complete abstracts of titles to all the Creek Nation, , : Surety Bonds written Territorial Tryst and Surety Company. THE tir1 t1 1& CITY NATIONAL BANK Of Muskogee, Ind. Ter. CAPITA L 100,000,00 Officers: ! Daniel "W. Hogan,. President. KlnVrkANk irVI Wl I nPi Geo,. Williams, Vice Pros. Virgil R. Cobs, Cashier. We offer our patrons the services of a well equipped ' and carefully managed bank :: :: :: :; :: PEC o L SALE! A&'L FOR EIQHT DAYS Begining Thursday, Nov. 1 0 and continuing thru Sat., Nov. 26, we will reduce Goods to unheard of Prices. . '$!$ ''"Wa WATC...

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. — 10 November 1904

VXnH"'" JWMjWU Mk??VnT -"V-7V","P" "" ' " " r-mr i"T " "'' "'i i m. i li.. ..fryV US-MaW lJkt p . V. THERE IS ONLY ONE ROAD fr K Ik fa." ft js hV i( 'P tr c 0 t T f - k:. . 'ff . .. . i' ', r -f ." ' ! ?. fi , s" .. te fer ft, ;4 .7 - sr." U For you to travel this fall, The Road to true economy, It leads direct to GRAHAM, SYKES & COMPANY. In every department our supremacy was never more forcefully demonstarated than this fall. Spreading before fore y ou one of the Largest and Best assorted stocks of DRY GOODS, BOYS' CLOTHING, LADIES' READY to WJSAR, MEN'S FURNISINGS and SHOES ever offered to the trading people of Muskogee and surrounding coun try. And buying in such tremendous quantities as to permit us to under-sell in every instance. Everything that can be classified within our sphere of action is on sale and at a price that meet with the puplic's heartiest approval. Everything new and of the best quality- No cheap, shoddy Goods to offer. The big store never sells shody Goods,...

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. — 10 November 1904

.. w-wwwwos.-- -wStWwJ! was cut loose by some good Samaritan. THE OH fc PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DENIES CHARGES issues a Signed Statement Declaring Judge Parker's As sertions as to Trusts Being Blackmailed Into Giving Campaign Funds to the Republicans as False WASHINGTON: Friday of last week President Roosevelt gave out a signed statement in answer to the charges made against him and Mr. Cortelyou In public speeches by Judge Parker. The letter Is some thing remarkable, coming from the chief executive. It is as follows: "White House, Washington, No vember 4, 1904. "Certain slanderous accusations as to Mr. Cortelyou and myself have been repeated timo and again by Judge Parker, the candidate of his party for the office of president. He neither has produced nor can he pro duce any proof of the truth of the charges, yet ho has not withdrawn them, and as his position gives him wide publiicty, I speak now lest the silence of self-respect be misunder stood. Mr. Parker's charges are in effect tha...

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. — 10 November 1904

p"1 ffx. -ft 4T-Vm xnr (MiliowMllllWWlrtlMI'MtB WIlWtfMWWWaWMMWflrtW .t--V ft fi j" f 4T k- "77 The Old River. When night diopa down over fluid and town, At tho end of the weary day, I Bit and dream at a rlppllnr; .stieain Ah, many a mllo away. I fill nnd dtenm of a rippling stream, Of the ebb and the quiet How; Of the iced In i finks by the wave-washed hunks And lilies that bud and blow. Fiom lior inud-hullt nest In a cianny PI CHPCd Tho swallow siwoopn to the tide; A swerve -a dart and with Joyous heart oho ftltnkru the spray ftom her sidf. Tiio red sun slilnea thtouyh the needled plneu, And lo! on the watery floor, A path of icd for a fairy's tiead Lies sti etched to the further ahoic. The nwlmmris cry as they climb on high To tho lock of the silver sands, Till, ono by one, In the setthiK sun. Thny polsu with their outfit! etched hands. They poise they leap from tho rocky ntoep Vhcro tho evening air blows cool, And the bodies Hush au tho brown arma spltish In the ilopths of the u...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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