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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

&& $ CHRISTMAS JINKS & ontAe HKiH-SEAS M (J. 1 I--, s Gbe Ulativit? fc'IIIS Is tho month, and this the happy mora I Wherein the Son of heaven's eternal Kin? r Of wodded Maid and Virgin Mother born. ' Our great redemption from aboo did bring: For so the holy sages onco did sing. That He our deadly forfeit should release. And with Ills Father work us a perpetual peace. That glorious form, that light unsufferable. And that far beanlng blare of majesty. Wherewith He wont at heaven's high council table To sit the midst of Trlnal Unity. He laid aside: and. hero with us to be. Forsook the courts of everlasting day. And chose with us a darksome house of mortal clay. THE HYMN Op was tho winter wild. II While the heaven born Child M All meanl) wrapt In the rude manger lies: Nature In awe to Htm. i2A . The shepherds on tho lawn. Or ere the point of dawn. Sat simply chatting In a rustic row; Fun little thought they then I hat the mighty Pan Was kindly come to live with them below: P...

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. — 22 December 1904

it r ' "'""ffT"H"'-h Hf t,7H'irn,iinnniijiniiuMjmj.i....L-j """" i"' ' n'imniiiwiiMiiTiinfc1imn UI.IJHIJU..,,.in ,..,., - m.fm7rrrntl mtmmn.mrrtiMuM;i, iiiiniimij.oi.UM iwiiihmiwiMHMMM m Anil, iu - mm ww nnww wt iiw.i i www fwirnKiM" m ""iTn i S h SETS A NEW MARK vali;b of CORN CROP OF 1904 BREAKS ALL U. S. RECORDS WOULD MORE THAN. PAY NATIONAL DEBT Value of All Products of the Farm ThlB Year Greater Than the Output of all the Gold Mines In the World Slnco Discovery of America. WASHINGTON: Tho secretary of ngrlculturo has transmitted his 8th annual report to tho president. In opening his report tho sccrctnry enumerates some of tho important features of the year's work. Among thorn are extensive co-operation with agricultural stations; tho taking of 1 lie preliminary stop to conduct feed ing and breeding experiments; the war waged against tho cotton boll weevil and against cattle mango; plans for education of engineers in road building; the production of u hardy orange, a by bred of ...

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. — 22 December 1904

w I . Ii Mr. Chllds, or Okmulgee, va In the city Monday. Mr. Milt D. Simmons made a fly ing tr'p to Texas last week. Mr. Luther, of Tahlequah was do- i inj; Muskogee last week. j Washington Ked Cedar Shingles on which we will make a record break ing SPOT CASH price as follows : t Choice "A" Brand $2.10. . Stumlaifel "A" llrand .... 1 . 73 KO. I. HOPE LUMBER CO., The Big East Side Lumber Yard. Cor. Cherokee St. & Okinul. Ave. Rev. Rowe, or Kutuhum, I. l.cre Monday on business. T., was I. B. Hudson, of Gatesville, was the city Friday on business. Dr. .1. C. Slmms made a flying trip to Boynfon Tuesday. AV.-JhJ. .Twine spent one day week in Oklahoma City, O. T, business. this . on TALK AVITH US ABOUT IT. Don't scold the other" fellow lie's doing the best he can; we can do bet ter ns we have the goods and can make you letter prices than others can make. Bring along your pocket lMok If you arc hunting bargains and we will do the rest. i GEO. 1. HOPE -LUMBEK CO., The Big East Side Luin...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

WOyxn WHCWWTH ' Muskogee Ci meter. Vf. I!. TW1NK, IMltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. 1ER. NEW STATE NEWS. Muskogee' polico havo. boon or dered to niTOBt nil professional beg gars. Tho national good roads commlttco will mnlco a tour of tho territories in January, and tho mayor; of a number of tho towiuj are appointing commit tees to meet tho members. A now bar association has been or ganized for Pottawatomlo county, consist lug of tho attorneys of Shaw nee and Tccumseh. W. S. Hooves, a fireman on tho Hock Island, was killed in tho yards at El Reno last week by being struck by an engine. Ills homo was In Glasgow. Ky. Uola II Inkle, n Hook Island railroad conductor who was arrested ' at Chlckashu as one of a gang who had been connected with tho wholesale lobbery of cars, has been found guilty. Tho high school building at Elk City was buined last weok. Loss, $15, 000, with ?G,000 Insurance. Tho build ing was erected about three years ago. Incendiarism Is charged. A stranger, arrested at El Reno on ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

. Two Das That Count at One W. W. Padgett, nn attorney nt Fort Scott, lins rnnclo a tllacovery that Is now to the legal fraternity and bust njss men in general. It is said that the last two days of December this year, December 150 and 31, are only one day legally. It seems that way back during the reign of Henry III, when the lunar months were disposed of, changing the first of the year from March 25 to January 1, and making the calendar on the irregular lengths, the law that governs the calendar of today was established. The leap year was provided for in order to make the time come even, but at the same time it was provided that 3G5 days shall constitute a year in all cases, so that every time there is a leap year the last two days shall count as one In nil legal papers. If a note falls duo on the- next day to the last day the executor has until the end of the next day to take it up. Ever remark that a loafer is always glum; that he is always saying dis agreeable things? The conten...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 December 1904

rssawaar htm. muWMss-sasimMiSiSsaisajs sssss .iran imww I fcwww The Twelvth Annual Sermon Trinity Lodge, No. 14 A. F. Jand A. M. At Central Baptist Church Sunday, Dec. 25th, 1004. Short Hand. CLAKJV Course os , , Pitman System taught in sixty lessons by word and sentence method, Night School in BOOK-KEEPING, SHORTHAND, ENGLISH and SCIENTIFIC COURSE for Youth ancl Men.. Reasonable terms furnished on application. 12 years experlene teaching, PROF. HERBERT A. CLARK For Sale. I have a first cIush btiggic with hlinftH and pole, apparently new, al- .,, .. nt !..... ,. ,... ....,,. 'in. I.. I! j2 j 1 1 I'liKgio 1h what Is known as the moun tain buggy with breaks, will trade the .same for corn, at market price. 13. T. Roll, at U. S. Jail. A. S. MCREY, Lawyer, 20 1-2 Okmulgee Avenue. EXCELSIOR Ton s or ia I Parlor and BATH HOUSE RANKS & TIIURMAN,. Props. 307 SOUTH SECOND STREET Agents for Garden City 111. cus tom and Great Western Tailors of Chicago. OFFICIAL GUIDE AT LAST You Can Buy In...

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. — 29 December 1904

rr1WtP' tig mrTFx-rTrjv Th Muskogee Cimeter. V- un. ... . Volume 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday December 29 194 Number j 2 IWftp A Matter of Achievement. In all fields jof human, activity;, pa-,' Utlcal and otherwise, the questions j propounded puay are: wnat can you do? and what have you done: The day seems to have passed into a non-reoccurring eternity wh,en the mere promise of ability to do some thing was accepted as an assured recommendation. In aerial naviga tion Santos Dumont's declaration it - f that he was going to sail an airship over the. world's fair course, was eclipsed by Knabenshue's actual per formance with Baldwin's "Meteor." The world of man toasts his shins by a warm fire while enjoying a peru sal of the vicissitudes endured by the explorer seeking the north pole, but that same world of man will leave the warmth of his hearth to go out and embrace with acclaim him who succeeds in planting some coun try's Hag in the center of the Arctic circle. , It Is now ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 December 1904

XzZ3rmrj:ix::armm vi nr : '" Tl n "'ni ' n"11111111"1 "" ' "lf ii""'"'1''"''" ' i' i ' ; i. ; Unhealthfulneit Thoso who point the accusing finger at wonmn's garb and charge It with being unhcalthful are not without jiiHt grounds. Woman's garb is In deed unhcalthful. Only tho vory richest women can af ford both to drcHS and to bo operated on. Of the middlo clasn, there Is now nnd then a woman bravo enough to prefer being a frump to retaining all her vlHcora, but tho great majority will chooso to bo in stylo, and for the ro8t, to suffer, except as thoy may tako advantage of free clinics. Among tho poor tho case is even worse. Nothing could bo more pro judicial to health than tho condition of tho woman who, after having paid for her clothes has nothing loft for car fare. For if her shoes match her hat and frock, sho cannot possibly walk in a graceful manner without straining important muscles. Moro ovor, worrying for fear peoplo will not attributo her husband's wearing his old hat to e...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 December 1904

u It Is no use praying that all tho world may have the bread of life when your own life has about as much nour iBhment In it as a brickbat. Don't It Jar You To have a cough that you can't leave off oven when you go to bed? Put it away for good by using Sim mon's Cough Syrup. It heals inflam mation of tho throat and lungs gives you rest and peaceful sleep. Did you ever hear tho expression, "Did she marry well?" How nbout the other person? TO liVKK A COLO IN ONK DAY Take Luv.itlvu llromo quinine Tablets. All tlriift KUu ri'tuinl tho money If It fallt to cure. E. w. Urovo's bli;!iatum ta ou each box. Wc. Pretty Good A cheap show which recently vis ited Topeka was advertised as "a danger signal on tho path of folly." Wo claim this is pretty good. We do not credit tho story that Flo Willoughby is in love. Wo saw Miss Willoughby yesterday and she seemed quite happy. Topeka Capital. $100 Reward, $100. The reader of this paper will be pleased to loam that thuro U at least one dreaded diseas...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 December 1904

i r THE CIMETER, ii- ' 'i ' j- , Pub'lWdied erevy wtwk in tt Intercut of ' the Nesrro br the OJjwyjW Publishing Oo. Eat-emd at th' J'ot Office' at Muikoge, I. T., m tecoftd cIam riitil 'matter. . , ; . aUB80RIPTION: !""' , . (Ill RlTAHCe.) . . , OaTcex., , ;. : 91.00 ' . """"' i ou in?;' frio' matters thut the blnck and ' reaching results. , The Impression, la whte conspirators are bujldlng their given abroad that civilizing condi- polltlcal hopes on. There are a few tionsarc not to be found in the Ter-" People he.e Who will make these two j rlt and that a low value to t cumes play cards -with faces up. . ' . . ! upon human life. Then the land aoth CENTURY BATH COMPANY School o! MANUAL THERAPUTICS. DOUG. AND JONES. v Three, Month .,..: .'.fai :l:2S' I Douglas, tho Phoenix man, and I values of the communitien where these negro desperadoes hold forth are certain to depreciate and new- Jones', the ex-contestant for member comcrs willSivo such places as wide jftV-. 1; TWrNE - -'' -' V "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 December 1904

Sea Hotel in the Form of a Spanish Galleon The Cabrillo, as She Will Appear When Completed. An ocean hotel, built In the style of the Spanish galleons of the fifteenth century. 1b one of the latest additions planned for the City of Venice, a new resort that has been opened on the California coast, and both in appear ance and intention it will be unique. The high, Hquare, stern and bulging bow, the tapering masts with their quaint and clumsy sails, the decks and outward appointments all will be faithful reproductions of the ships that first crossed the Atlantic and discovered America. Inside the ves sel will be fitted up with all the luxu rious appointments of a modern Atlan tic liner. She is to be called the Cabrillo, In honor of the discoverer of the- Pacific, and it will bo a strauge caso of the WANTS INSURANCE ON VICTIM. Old World come back to revisit tlvo new when she lies out in the bay under full sail. She is 182 feet long, with a beam of fifty feet, and on her construction al...

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. — 29 December 1904

i or CHANGE IN SCHOOL THE INDIAN TERRITORY EDUCA. TOR HAS PLANS HE WOULD INTRODUCE AGRICULTURE He Sayo the Indian Youth Should be Prepared for thc Actual Duties of Life Some Radical Changes Are Recommended ,.....,. ... mr i.mi ; n ," M't mnm I,ort lor 1 510 1, .1. I). Monet let, super nten- lent of schools in Indian Teritory. culls attention to the great need of lmicllral education for the Indians. Such training is especially needed, ho says, along industrial and agricultural lines, and he states that an effort will bo made during the coming year to introduce agriculture as a spccl;il study in the schools of Indian Tcrrl-i1? lory. Superintendent Hcuodiet's ro port says: lit,, ,,,,.. . ,, ,, , ' in jeais gone by (no notion Iris prevailed altogether too generally nmmiff l ho ndlans (hat the purpose o an educallon was to make ladles 1 gentlemen ol the students. As n co. tain other localities, the prevail- ing notion Ins been that tho educated ' ',R Huuoiiicni Knowledge ol tho sciences ...

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. — 29 December 1904

WOULD PLEASE THEM PR0HIBS AT WORK IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS IN THE NEW STATE Items of Interest Gathered with Special Reference to the Wishes of Our Numerous Readers in Oklahoma and Indian Territories 8HOENFELT WANTS $90,000" Thinks Ho Can Run the Union Agency For That Amount MUSKOGEE: J. B. Shocnrelt. Jndian agent, has returned from .Washington, where he conferred with the secretary of the interior and other high officials relative to needed legis lation for the Indian Territory. Ho asked for an appropriation of $90,000 for the work of tho Indian agency for tho coming year, and ho thinks the request will bo granted. This was Jtho amount allowed by congress last year, and the agent thinks he can maintain tho agency next year on an pqual sum, although tho work is con stantly increasing. ' Mr. Shoenfelt bolleves that state hood legislation for Indian Territory and Oklahoma this year is assured. le thinks, however, that statehood, if secured, will mako Httlo difference with tho nature of tho...

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. — 29 December 1904

i Dally Work. In the name of God advancing, Sow thy seed at morning light; Cheerily the furrowH turning, Labor on with all thy might. Look not to thu far-off future, Do thu work which neatest Hon; How thou must hofoio thou rcapest, Heat At last Ih labor's piizv. Standing still Is dangerous over, Toll Ih meant for Christians now; Lot there be, when evening cotneth, Honest sweat upon thy blow; And the Maxtor shall come smiling, At the setting of the sun, Saying, as he pays thy wages, "Good and faithful one, well done!" 1 Translated from tho German. f HER LOVE TEST I I By K thryn B. Hn4r an I (Copyrlht,HO. by I1ly Story I'ub.Co.) 4c I It was a bright, sunny October after noon that pretty Martha Linton pre sented herself in tho cosy sewing room if her dear friend, Jennie Brooks. Their greeting was cordial and affec tionate. Doth had gone to the altar tho same week, four years previous, and each had confidentially informed the other their husbands were model men not less than a score of ...

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. — 29 December 1904

1 if City News Department. The Ciuiolor TVHh of "Groat Musko gee." IT you vnnt to find a city that you any is "out or sight" Just locate in Muskogee, and you will be all right; For It's a booming city, and the greatest in the West That mlgZity, mighty city, where money has no rest. i The Cimeter can tell you of the lau rels that can be won In this c'ty, where the people are aiming at he sun. it will tell you of the land and where it can be bought; It will tell you of our shorthand and how it can be taught. Then read of the Twentieth Century Correspanding School. And ne'er should you forget it, but make it a rule To notice this ad. and the other en terprises, too, For in Muskogee there's always something new. There's hustling and bustling tust- llng and rustling, In this great, growing city, nothing lay 8 rusting. Then read of this city, Ihe greatest in the West, This mighty, mighty city, where money has uo rest. C. A. Biggers, Instructor of The Twentieth Century Correspond ing Schoo...

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. — 29 December 1904

r hi f I i Muskogee Ci meter. TV. II. TU'INIC, IMltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TEU. NEW STATE NEWS. Tlio Katy and Hock Island rallrwuli have reduced Uio rate on coal Iron tlio Indian Territory coal fields tc Oklahoma City. Coal Is being Inic down to dealers In tlio metropolis a' ?2 per ten. Hon. Dennis Flynn, who has recent ly returned from a trip to Washing ton, snys tlio dato of February Ih Iuui been generally agreed upon as dig time of passage of tlio statehood bill Samuel "A. Ilohlnsou, who was con victod of nuinslaughtor by the Caddu county district court and seotencod to servo eight years in tho Lansing penitentiary, has appealed to tho su premo court of Oklahoma. Tho single statehood delegation of (ho two territories will start for Washington January 7th. Tho object or the delegation is to work lor sev eral amendments to tho pending statehood hill. Tho jury at Oklahoma City, in the caso of the toiritory against Oscar Lovorioh, who was tried lor killing liis brother-in-law, Oscar Smith...

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. — 29 December 1904

Aliftl OIK Largo Bcandals from small often grow. talk Defiance gtarch Is guaranteed biggest and best or money refunded. 16 ounces, 10 cents. Try It now. to ir Jliyilullwi'uJ Mi.s-!- Jl!!ilvv J Building a Cistern. If after a cistern has been built in the customary manner with brick and cement a wash is made of clear cement and water, and brushed upon tho walls llho whitewash, the walls will be found to have been rendered impervious to water. A cistern can bo mado of cement alone, and if the earth in which it is made is of a solid clayey nature the wall of cement need not bo over two inches in thickness. Bricks would have to be used for tho arch, but it is bettor not io make an arch. Cis'crns arc usually under floors, and if not they can bo floored jvor and tho under side lathed and plastered with adamant. It becomes hard as stone, is rot-proof, dirt-proof and moisturo proof. Built in this way a cistern can bo made more cheaply, as it does not have to bo so deep, and can be larger in ...

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. — 29 December 1904

tM-srsr.rT'"7""J" C7' J 7t H I m i u m ?u ?r - 'i .'J H Ll m- it f r I'rolimlnHry Hearing. ' ' r Tho preliminary' henrlng of Doc tors Dally, Sirriri and tho women who are held In the federal Jail, charged with tho murder of Edith Gruhhs, the Wagoner girl, will ho .iold Thurs day morning B'eforo United States Commissioner Leekly. The district attorney has beeh dil igently at work on this case, and thinks there is very strong ejvidenco against sevoral of them. It Is stated that Dr. Daily's father, of Indiana, wliriarrive,-and put tip a very strong defense in behalf of his son. This caso,. from all reports, Is about the worst yel on record in Mus kogee, and tho action of tho court in the matter will bo eagerly watch ed. -Pointer. Thero woro several colored persons arrested in the case stated, but none of them Is even technically guilty of a violation of the. law. If there is any wrongdoing, it comes from tho high class white folks, and a negro could not In any even be tho princi pal, r...

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. — 5 January 1905

-' 'vwrrr""1 ' """z : irtLi . v. ' i"i rf vrr2toL - -'-,i ep h c -wm laW ; "y- e Cimeter. tHiinBSpmtz: .., t A fu " -Mt Hjt&&2iSftjr "V" ws14 - ZtWrJVlUSKOg Vohime6. Muskogee, Indian 'TerirSory' Thursday f January, 1905. Number 13. GRAND' PRlfcE SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTISEMENT CONTEST. A House and Lot Will Be Given to The Winner. Frir'ihepurp'bsc of increasing o'itr subscription and advertising business, the Cimeter has concluded to ofi'er ;vJiousc and lot, free from all incum Thf'5' an' 'located in 'the city of gem bjft'',,w, f e Person who combinatif "e rgest number of the ln';e conlest The undcrstand vw.j' that for every five cents paid jn cash at the.Cimefcr office, for either subscription or' advertising purposes, the person paying said five cents shall have the privilege of casting one vote for any candidate he or she may pre fer. It is therefore possible for any person paying to us at the Cimeter office one dollar "for a year's sub scription or for an advertisement, to...

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. — 5 January 1905

fk .it. . Muskogee Ci meter. XV. II. TU'INK, ICdltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. CONCERNING THE NEW STATE The Hank or Talala, with a capital stock of $10,000, has been authorized to boglll bUSlllOHH. Carrie Nation paid Oklahoma City her second vihit within a month last wool;. Every city or any size in the two toirltorlos are sending delegates to Washington to take a hand in the Statehood light. Jouuh Field, a minor employed In Smlthton mine N'o. 2, near Sonth Mc Aloater, was Killed Instantly last week. The cahlo broke, allowing the ears to run down a slope, crush ing him against a wall. The Katy Railway company Ins let the contract for the new union depot lit South MeAlestor The new build li t is to cost $.'IS.000, and will bo used jointly by the Katy and the Rock Island companies. The socialists of Oklnhoma and In dian Territories held a two days' ses sion in Guthrie last week. The ob ject was to formulate a general or ganization for the two territories. Henry Runn was acquitted In the di...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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