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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 December 1904

"wr. jy. CANVASS RETURNS OKLAHOMA BOARD MAKES OFFI CIAL CANVASS OF RETURNS GAIN OF 14,935 IN VOTE IN TWO YEARS Vote Much Heavier Than Anticipated Populism Shows a Great. Falling Off Socialist Vote Increased 2,840 Over Two Years Ago GUTHRIE: Tho territorial can vassing board met, made tho official count of tho voto cast for the candi dates for congress and tho territorial legislature November 8, and Issued certificates of election to tho success ful ones. The official count ' showed that Dird S. McGulre, the republican candidate for election to congress, re ceived a plurality of 1,B8G votes, hav ing carried seventeen of the twenty six counties. The remaining nlno counties were carried by Frank Math ews, the democratic candidate. Tho voto was much heavier than had been anticipated by any of tho politicians, the total being 109,145. Two years ago tho total was only 92,210, and was larger than that at tho- preceding election. Thus there was a gain this year of 14,935 votes. Another surp...

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. — 8 December 1904

c c E -XI o . C0GC SO O ft 1 w Q Z i SI 1 8g mo .s" -z as 28 aoth CENTURY BATH COMPANY School of MANUAL THBRAPUTICS. Is in advance of and far more sweeping than schools of Osteopathy, including in its course of study Osteo Mauipulatious coupled with Dr. Cor liin's fatuous Turko-Russian bath, the use of which is thoroughly and prac tically taught. All instructions given in operating room on patients suffer injr from some of the many chronic diseases. For further information address, C. M. GORKI N, D. O., 109JJ North Main, Muskogee, i. T. Oi the F.tlitor of this paper. A. C. Crockett 544 ALTAMONT STREET, :: Lunch C& Oyster Parlor :: This is the place where all elite go while visiting on the North Sid. We keep every thing" in season. Don't for get tho number : : : : 544 ALTIMONT STREET, Early Tragttfy. Tha Assyrian maiden was In tearal "What la the matterT" asked htr girl friend. "Herbert wrote me a seven-page lave letter and threw It orer the gar fan wall. It was written on the kw...

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. — 15 December 1904

The Muskogee Cimeter. Volume Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday December $ 1904. Number J 0 r t . AS (US t - 4S4S VMS M mis 'MS Is mis MS (Is US 'MS 4S '" 4MIS 4S4S WIS 'M mis You Are Invited To visit our store and "examine the Grandest Display of HOLIDAY - GOODS ever opened in Muskogee. We have made every arrangement possible for the comfort of our customers. No trouble to inspect the entire line and make your selections. MAKE YOUR PURCHASES EARLY You have the advantage of a full unbroken stock and plenty of time to do your shopping. THE FAIR WANTS YOUR HOLIDAY TRADE The Fair The Fair mis WHS mis 'MS mh mis mis mis mis mis mis mis mis mis mis 'Ms mis IMS mats mis mis mis mis A. W. ROBB, President, H. C. BAKER, General Manager. C. W. REID, Secretary. ft 'is ds Territorial Trust and Surety Company f A - , CAPITAL $250,000 r Abstracts of Title Farm Loans Surety Bonds Titles Guaranteed, Insurance (fS MUSlKOGEE. yfP 0 r fr J0f JtF 4K- - f -F 8ttiJtlfc 604 m.0 Mj4 m.0 P r . k W W W k" ...

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. — 15 December 1904

mwmp4MwU?'mtml:iM m jaf wwpmtmt Muskogee Ci meter. VT. II. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. Aftor nix thousand years tho flrsl henpecked husband linn a champion A Nuw York minister raises his voice in behalf of Adam. Tho exponslvcness of social llfo li; Washington Is prohahly responsibly for tho impression that a poor man If tho cAbinct is in a box. A man leaped from a four-story building in Pawtuckct to escape pay ing a poll tax of $1. His relative? will pay his undertaker's bill. Tho dowager empress of China has already spent nearly $4,000,000 on her own monument but, then, sho ex poets to spond a long time under it. Gen. Andre, French minister of war, has been succeeded by a stock broker. A milliner is pressing his claims for tho French naval portfolio. J. Plerpont Morgan bus had his latest photograph copyrighted to pro vent its publication. It isn't stated that ho does this from motives of mod eaty. Tho relentless Dr. Wiley now an nounces that pate do folo gras is mado of veal...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

F" TJT-A" "UTirw -fy , v. ff38fleiMMahAM& The Cow and the Hen. Hoard's Dairyman tells of two men who took a cow census. In Pennsyl vania twenty-five farmers who were patrons of creameries averaged a net profit of 15.0C per year for each cow while twenty-flve more made a profit of C5 cents per cow. In Indiana the best six out of fifty averaged $21.00 per cow per year. It is fair to as sume that these best cows were worth from $45 to $60. Consequently it ap pears that it takes a good cow to pay an annual profit equal to one-third of' her value. Wallace's Farmer has given through, its columns the records of farmers flocks of grade chickens that paid a clear profit of a dollar per hen. If put up at public sale many of theso chickens would have sold from $3.00 to $G.OO per dozen. It would seem that the average hen, under average ' conditions, will give a profit of twice! her value, where the average cow, under average conditions, will pay ai profit of about one-third her value. When ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

"WJk X wwp-n;' . " JF" M J!'' THE C1METER. Pabhahed every wok in tan intoroHtof tk Negro by the Cf motor PabMnhing Co. stored at the lJo-t (J nice tt Muskogee, I. T., m second clnwi mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance ) One Yoar $1.00 Six Monthi CO Three Mentha 25 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J. T. TRIMBLE - - Solicitor E. T. HEARNE, - - City Reporter. Bert Greer and Col. Douglass have a big fight on. Bert is giving Doug hades down here and Doug is raising Cain at the national capital. Each of them seem to enjoy their way of doing things, and as it hurts nobody down here, all is well. There are 100,000 non-citizens or state negroes in the Indian Territory. Tills class of people will play an Im portant part in the future of the Territory. The Prohibitionists are heaven and earth and h raising to capture the new state, and some say they have a show for success. v The president of the United States is desirous of seeing the Oklahoma and Indian Territor...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

Life R Wo are born; we laugh; wo weep; Wo love; wo droop; wo dlo! Ah! wherefore do wo laugh or weep? "Why c'o wo llvo or die? Who kn s that secret deep7 Akin, net I! Why doth tho vlolot spring Unseen by human eyo? Why do thrt radiant seasons bring Sweet thf tfits that quickly fly? Why do ourfond hearts cling To things thut dlo? We tollthrough pain and wrong; Wo fight and fly; We love; we lose; and then, ero long, Stone dead wo lie, O life! Is all thy song "Endure and dlo?" Bryan Waller Procter. fltora ,U MT , y fifr-J:j3pmr&av'ji4w- (Copyright, 1904, by "I reckon I've cured you of your contrariness for good and all," cried Farmer Haines, swinging in at tho kitchen door, standing an old shot gun behind tho stove and scowling fiercely as ho took his accustomed seat at table. His blazing eyes challenged those of a slender girl engaged in emptying tho steaming contents of several pots into a lino of waiting dishes. "Why, father, what have you done?" Tho girl's hand wen.t up as if sh...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

STATEHOOD LISTED STEERING COMMITTEE OF THE SENATE OUTLINED PROGRAM MAY HAVE BILL PASSED BY CHRISTMAS Order of Business of Senate Before Holding Recess is Framed Four Matters to be Taken UpStatehood Is Ono of Them WASHINGTON: Tho steering com" mlttoo of tho scnato framed tho order of business for tho scwiato until tho holiday recess. Four matters will bo Given attention in this period. Tloy aro tho Phlllpplno bill, on which tho scnato agreed to voo December 1G; statehood legislation, tho nomination of William D. Crum to bo tho collect or of tho port of Charleston, S. C, and' tho quostlon of lining vnenncios on scnato coinmitteos No offort was mado to outllno a program for tho session or to proju dico action on urgont business which fallod in tho last session of congress or was advocated by tho prosldont In his messago to congress. At Inform" al meetings of scnato leadors scvcial of those measures havo been discuss ed and tho tacit understanding reach ed that somo of thorn thould bo k...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

TtT' HJJ" 19 'f" 7 ''V T r w K -T - MARKET REPORTS COTTON Cotton GALVESTON SPOTS Low ordin ary, 4 0-1G; ordinary, 5 1-1G; good or dinary, G G-1G; low middling, 7 3-1G; middling, 7 11-1G; good middling, 7 aS-lG; middling fair, 8 15-1G. . NEW ORLEANS SPOTS Ordinary 5 2-1G; good ordinary, G 7-1G; low mid dling, 7 3-16; middling, 7 10-1G; good mjddling, 7 13-10, middling fair, 8 15-10 LIVE 8TOCK Chicago CATTLE Good to prlmo steers G.OO 7.25; poor to medium, 3.005.80; stackers and feeders, $2.204.10; cows, 1401b4.00; heifers, $2.005.00; canners, $1.35(3)2.40; bulls, $2.004.00 ' calves, $3.50700; Western steers, 3.30(5)4.85. HOGS. Mixed and butchers, $435 4.50; good to choice heavy $4.42 H- 4.55; rough heavy, $1.304.35; light, $125 4.40; bulk of sales, $4.40 4.47. SHEEP Good to choico wethers, $4.505.25; fair to choico mixed, $3.C0 4.40; Western sheep, $350500; na tivo lambs, $47.5G.G0; Western lambs, $5.000.35 Kansas City CATTLE Choico export and dress ed beef steers, $5.00G.50; fair to ...

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. — 15 December 1904

n ;iii"iiii mii'tummilmmm ABOUT THE LONDON "CABBY." Viking 1 . WlfeS8!fc foii The Pleasure-Barge of Some Norwegian What Is supposed to havo boon tho plensuro bargo of some Norwegian quoon has boon unearthed at Slogen, Norway. It is at least 1,000 years old and was discovered on tho coast west of Christiana bay. Various clrcum- QUAIL SHOOTING IN SOUTH. "Bob White" Acknowledged Favorite of Southern Game Birds. Of all southern, gamo birds "bob white" is tho 'acknowledged favorite, for reasons which aro obvious to any sportsman of America. His followers includo residents in tho east, west, north and south, says Field and Stream, although In no section of tho country is ho moro generally abundant or. moro widely distributed than in tho latter. Wo know tho bob whito quail In tho south as tho "partridge." Tho country boy of this part of tho world speaks of a "gang of partridges" and would hnrdly know what you meant if you referred to u covey, or bovy, of quails. With us in North Carolina t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

Local Happenings. Mrs. Stiii.no George Is now con valescent from recent illness. Vni. llelitlo, of Rentiesville, was love Saturday. P. H. J. Hudson, of Galesville, was doing Muskogee this week. Mr. We3l, of finnls, Tex.; ft in the city prospecting. Mrs. , Beatrice S. Reece has heen sick with tonsilitis, but is now mucn' beater. . 11. H. Pierson, our hustling real G3(ato man, made a business trip to Guthrie, O., T., this week. Miss Sadie Burnqy has charge of the Ice cream parlors in the Jones building, on South Second street. The Cimeler printed 0,000 quar ter page circulars for Elliott Bros, grand sale that is now on. J. W. Adams made a flying trip to ' Kansas City Thursday on business, and returned Saturdap morning. Work has been resumed on tiie First Baptist church, it is intended to continue the work to completion. Misses Alberta and Roberta "Wat son, of Talequah, were here Satur day and Sunday. Trinity Lodge No. I, A. F. and A. M., will have their annual Masonic sermon preached ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

ftMPUll!W l.,JlJ,",f,"l!', '"" ' ('"'""WHWl $lilMWii jLjugwU HMimwMw 4twwerWws COMPLETELY RESTORED. Mrs. P. Brunzol, wifo of P. Brunzel, utock denier, rcsldcnco 3111 Grand tvenuo, Everett, Wash., says: "For. fif teen years I suf fered with terrible pnln In my back. I did not know what it was to enjoy a night's rest and aroso In tho morn lng feeling tired and unrefrcshed. My suf fering sometime was simply inde scribable When I finished tho first box of Doan's Kid ney Pills I felt llko a dlfferont woman. I continued until I had taken flvo boxes. Doan's Kidnoy Pills act very effectively, vory prompt ly, relieve tho aching pains and aU other annoying difficulties." Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For salo by a. 'jcuwdstn. Prico Oft, cents per box. A collogo education Is often blamed for a man's folluro in business. Mm. Wlnalow'ii Boothlnff Hymn. For children tocthlnic, noftonH tliOK'irnn, rndurei hk Hmmfctlon, alluys pain, euro wlad collu. 25c a bolUa An ofllco boy that can't whlstlo ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 December 1904

" (JW-JflfrfW-J W.OT " " Southern Cabinet Officers Apropos of the more or less gener al demand that a Southern man L appointed by the president to fill one cabinet position, the record of South ern cabinet officers Is recalled. Mont gomery Blair, of Maryland, Edward Bates, of Missouri and James Speed, of Kentucky, were members of Lin coln's first cabinet, and Mr. Speed continued to serve in the second cab inet. In Grant's first cabinet were Cheswell, of Maryland, and Akorman, of Georgia, and in his second were Bristow, of Kentucky, Creswell, of Maryland, and for a brief period, J. W. Marshall, of Virginia' Hayes had among his advisers Carl Schurz, of Missouri, Goff, of West Virginia, and Key and Maynard of Tennessee. Gar field called Hunt, of Louisiana to the navy department and Arthur was scrved( by him for more than a year. Harrison had the advice of Elkins, of West Virginia, and Noble, of Missou ri. Gary of Maryland and Hitchcock, of Missouri, sat with McKinley, and Hitchcock is ...

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. — 15 December 1904

m-P.xi.um i vm-imttmmmm MWWWMItBWWIIIWWWIWiaillMtWWiaiUIII ..MMUmrfmUl.W jtltuM mrwrniw m i rv -- Notice. Tho Twentieth Century Corre sponding School of Stenography will make special gifts to all persons en rolling before the first of January, as well as to IIh present studonts of I he different localities. For Information of Shorthand Course, address the Instructor, C. A. Hlggers, Muskogee, I. T. FllltiCO SYSTKM. Holiday Itntcs. Dec. 21, 2B, 2G and 31, 1901, Jan. 1 and 2, 1905, the Frisco System will soil round-trip tickets between all points on the Frisco System west of the Mississippi rier, also to many points on other lines, at one fare plus CO cents. Tickets sold on these dates will be good for return until January 4, 1!)05. For rates, etc., write nearest Frisco agent or L. W. PRICE, Division J'assonger Agent, .Topi in, Mo. cure un amendment to the bill chang ing the location of the capital from Guthrie, where It is to be located un til 1910, so that the people of the now state...

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. — 22 December 1904

ee Cimeter. Volume 6'. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday December 22 19(M. Number 1 J TUM KOltUM. T. c yu'estiona involving tho pros c . ,:nd iUt.no interests and welfaio : J c iug o c .teens of Indian Torrl ; v, which nre likely to arise under . i c'"cd conditions, arc of such par .' i v :;t mement that wc have decided to lii raw our co'umns open under the He ot "T: e Fo un" for a free and n'c!!ocl,uaI (M3.u.rsiou iclntivo to the ! "st methods by moans of which oui nogro fallow' citizens may he n at Uast a leasonahlo s'alo of prepared ness fo. tho po'itic.il conMlcts hound Ik! cjhi'c. Subscriber- and others an crned in ni"i'1I progress and ad- ii eir-mt a'c cordially invited to ctn , i'niic. Addrcs Editor of Cime : , Muskogee, I. T. franchise, but in every clause, includ- fnre to tho negro will come up for ins those of prohibi'ion and fema e ' settlement In tho constitutional con mffrago. Willie t'.ey are un?n mom jveM on and the legislature, and while t ira. as wcil be nut down...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

iMiwrinwa!i Mniinra-r "rnrir- hHiiwniTi -i n 'lytmmm i--jstscuiiiuiifeM!t'mdymvmi SSk T OTCMVjk2SH Many women are denied the happiness of children through 'derangement of the generative organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. Piwkham: I suffered with stomach complaint for years. I got so bad that I could not carry my children but five months, then would have a miscarriage. Tho last time I became pregnant, my husband got me to take Jjydlali. Plnkhams Vege table Compound. After taking tho first bottlo 1 was reliovcd of the sick ness of stomach, and began to feel bet ter in every way. I continued its use and was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice baby girl, and can work hotter than I ever could before. I am like a new woman. " Mns. Fiiank Beykh, 22 S. Second St,' Mcridcn, Conn. tsoooforftit If original of mbooelttttr proving genulntnttt cannot bo produced. FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMAN. Don't hesitate to write to Mr...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

Ar Christmas wedding is rather au unusual thing. At 'Christmas-tido everybody's mind is set on something other than weddings, and to have- one then seems almost like an interruption of the just mirth which reigns the world over," writes Muriel Falkland in the Housekeeper. The writer goes on to describe how tho idea of a Christ mas wedding was prettily carried out in favor of one of a group of twelve girl friends who had planned to have, distinctive celebrations of this great est event of their lives. "The ceremony was a home one, of course) and' as Katherine has a host of brothers and sisters and another host of young nephews and nieces, there was every reason for as genial a time as the occasion and the season warranted. "It must be a real Christmas wed ding, all white and scarlet, and with plenty of evergreen," was Elizabeth's first impulse, and we all agreed with her. katherine was fully in union with our idea, and wo found nothing but help all along the line, since she was tho l...

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. — 22 December 1904

THE CI METER. 1'aIUitiiad ovary week ia ta iatoiaatof th Nro bv the Citr Pabliahiaf Co. featured at tht Pot Offlot at MaikofM, I. T., m Mcoud cUm mail natter. SUBSCRIPTION: (I adrnHce) Ou Yrar .. $1.00 Six MonUn 60 Three Month 25 W. II. TWINE - - - - Editor. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor R. T. HEARNE, - - City Reporter. do should go also. It's only ft ques tion of time when this class of law yers will break Into the pen also, but it will be poor satisfaction to their dupes to know that the devil has j been caught after thoy have suffered for their crime. The report that Prof. Wood was a run i.Wlntn for membnr of the KC.hnol board against Mr. Fink is untrue. 8Pme one to do the Santa C,us act. One of the Salvation Army' Com mittee wore in the South part of town recently looking for destitute persons. They met a gentleman, sup posing him to be a white man, (he was so light colored they could not tell to which race he belonged) and asked if he knew anyone w...

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. — 22 December 1904

"'WVJJS'w win L READY FOR DEBATE BILL AS AMENDED NOW READY FOR THE SENATE riME FOR CONSIDERATION JANUARY 5 population as may bo," while the ap portionment of fifty-four districts In Indian Territory is I o bo mado by tho judges of tho United States court. Tho majority report, if it becomes a law, will admit tho new slates on March 4, 190G. It provides for ftvo members of tho lower houso from the slato of Oklahoma and two from Ari zona. It will afid cloven votes to the electoral college. Of these Oklaho ma will have soven aud Arizona four. RHODES SCHOLARSHIP MARKET REPORTS Minority Roport on Hamilton Bill Asks for Elimination of Reference to Arizona and New Mexico Some Changes in Original Bill WASHINGTON: In tho senato Friday Mr. Beveridgo, from the com mittee on territories, reported tho Statehood bill, and ho will make a motion on tho first day tho senate Donvones that on January 5 consider" Rtion of the bill be entered on at once. Representing tho minority of tho committeo, Mr. Bn...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

. tfflfinmflfr$mflfrHn0ftfM A LOVE LESSON lii MECHANICS By CHARLES S. REID (Coprrtht. 1001, lr Dally Htory 1'ub. Co.) "Tantalus!" exclaimed Duko Es mond, as Margery Majors whirled away from his sldo In tho arms of Caruthors, his rival. Tho orchestra was playing a quick waltz, and Margery smiled back upon Duke a nilschiovons little smilo as she felt the Influence of the music. "Confound 'om both," Duko con tinued, as ho leaned back in tho littlo alcove whero ho and Margery had been standing. "I am no soonor on tho point of urging my suit at some seemingly opportune moment, than something turns up to intorrupt mo; and she, with evident satisfaction, plays into tho hands of tho fato that Is against me." Piom behind tho curtains of the al cove, which woro partly drawn, Duko watched them as they glided hero and there among tho waltzcrs. Tho glow of Margery's cheeks and tho sparklo of her eyes told how much she was enjoying tho dance; for Caruthors was not only the handsomest man, but tho...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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