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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 February 1905

w My Own Four Walla. The storm and nlpht Is on tlio waste, Wild through tho wind tho herdsman calls, As fast on willing nag I hasto Home to my own four walls. Black, tossing clouds, with scarco a glim mer, Envelop earth llko sovenfold palls; Dut wlfekiu watches, coffee-pot doth sim mer, Homo In my own four walls. A. homo and wife, I. too, havo got. A hearth to blaze, whale'er befalls; What noeds a man that I havo not Within my own four walla I ICIng Gcorgo has palaces of pride, And armed grooms must ward those halls; With ono stout bolt I safe abldo Within my own four walls. Not all his men may sever this; It yields to friends and monarchs' calls; 7Ay whlnstono house my castlo Is, 1 have my own four walls. When fools or knaves do mako n rout With glgmen, dlnneis, balls, cabals, I turn my back and shut them out, I havo my own four walls. Tho moorland houpo, though rudo It be, May stand tho brunt when prouder falls; 'Twill screen my wife, mv oooks, and me, All In my own four walls. Th...

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. — 2 February 1905

. ...j ..t.., i...i i i , nil ,ltipsqhy-r:HWW,p irnj 7 ' Continued Prom First Page. tried to render :m honest decision, and it is no little satisfaction tn dis cover that even the most vicious in criticism have not assailed the hon esty in purpose to arrive at riht eon elusions 'M recognize the fact that many of the corporations organized to deal in Indian lauds and leases have become very hostile because of my decisions in regard to the validity of many of these leases. Leases were in many in stances taken fur ;o years from the Indian when the law provided the lease should not he taken for a longer period than live years. "Many grazing leases were taken from the Indian citizen for -, years when the limit fixed by the act of Congress was but one year. "In many instances lands were pur chased and deeds taken from the In dian foi his allotment while the stat ute of the United States providing that no Indian should have the right to sell his land was still in force. "Parents of Indian ...

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. — 9 February 1905

f ssM ii tl(iMijyiitf'Mf 'JWM1 iyjwr-'flt n iyn figwwifji-------- - - X The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 6. VLushogeQ, I. T., Thiarsclciij Fob. 9, 1905. ro. 18. Negroes of Missouri After Akins. KKSOI.UTIOXS A 1)1)1 TiD. T li e following resolutions were unanimously adopted: "Whereas. T. J. Akiin, repub lican national committeeman Tor Missouri, indorsed Dr. Leon Kill of IBoonville, Mo., for pension examiner, and after Dr. Hill's appointment, withdrew Ins in dorsement because he discovered lie was a Negro; and, "Whereas, President .Roose velt has declared that the door of hope should not be s h u t against any man on account of his color: therefore be it 'liosolvul. That this action of T. J. Akins is a f'agiant and causeless insult to the whole Kiio of coplc. rudely and auda ciously Hung into the teeth of hi,; 00 Negro voteis of Missouri, nearly all of whom voted for the candidates that Mr. Akins presented; and, further, be it "Resolved, That the Republi can national committee should be made...

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. — 9 February 1905

"w5PPteJfj. . ,wS. ,,. w&liltfk'mt-V J3HHWW(PWtfl'SSt5TO(PwlWOT HER BLOODTOO THIN GENERAL DEBILITY EESULTS PEOM IMPOVERISHED BLOOD, Th Knmedjr That Mnkc Now Blnod ltniiinhon Wcnkiien, Ht'tulnchop, Iu- dlgentloii and Norvoun Tioublcs. Tlnmlrodfl of women suffer from lieiui aclieH, diziuohs, lcstlcHsnosH, languor nud timidity. Fow rcnli.o tlutt their mifiory all coinos from tho bad stale of their blood. They lake one thing for their head, anotiiar for their .stomach, a third for their nerves, and yet nil tho whilo it is simply their poor blood thnt is tho cnuso of their discomfort. If ono suio remedy for making good, rich blood wore used every one of their distressing ailments would disappear, as thoy did in tho caso of Mrs. Ella F. Stono, who had been ailing for years and was completely run down befoio sho le alizc'' tho nature of her trouble. " l'or seveial years," paid Mrs. Stone, " I sulFercd from genoral debility. It began about 1890 with indigestion, ner vousness and hteady ...

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. — 9 February 1905

ffwsjwtrtw ' ? '1', CAME NEAR GETTING IT HIS SOCIETY "STUNT." "I guess It la now pretty well set tied that wo will have a republican BOWERY administration for the next four years," remarked Representative Uedc, of Minnesota, "and I am re minded oE an incident which happen odin my state a number of years ago. A republican candidate for congress met his opponent in. one of the back woods districts to discuss tho issues. Mr. republican spoke first, followed by Mr. democrat, who flayed everything save tho constitution. lie lloundered around in great glory, and was evi dently making friends and votea among the people, when the republi can requested him to answer just one question. Mr. democrat said ho would. 'Well,' said the republican, fully determined to offset anything in tho way of vote-making his opponent had accomplished, 'you declare the constitution says this and says that. Now. sir, does it not say that "The United States shall guarantee to every state a republican form of gov e...

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. — 9 February 1905

I THE INSTEP?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK Iff THE INTER EST OF THE NEORO UY CIMETER PUD. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I. T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER. W. II. TWINE R. WOOD, -.!. T. TRIMBLE n. T. HEARNE . Editor. Ass't Editor. Gcn'l Solicitor . City Reporter For Delegate lolho Constitution al Convention: A. G. W. Sango of Muskogee. Court to 1)0 established at Wilburton, Contra! District. One club, one party, one state. These are our sentiments. You may in the future be able io roach Muokogee on the pala tial steaiuer, City of Muskogee. The gold bond paper says it has lived a number of years, etc, Now as a matter of fact the gold brick daily has been in existence a little over a month and prom ises to live on if all the hanks fail. We hope the banks won't fail because w)iin' of them would call on the gold (brick) bond out lit to settle and there would be war in the camp of the faithful and doubtless some of them would "blow out' and leave their helpers in a sad condition....

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. — 9 February 1905

p I -w 5V ... --.. ,t t mii- I tiii'h iflMhdf mum LOCAL MENTION. W. II. Twine Jr., is on the sick list. Master Frank Elliott and J. T. Trimblo are on the sick list. L. A . Bell of Wagoner, was doing Muskogee, Tuesday. Mr. Peters of Boynton, was doing business here Tuesday. Mrs. Oarr of Ft. Worth, is in the city on a visit for a shoi t while. Mr. Gus Rivers of Taft, was transacting business hero Tuesday. L. F. Fue, the contractor, is building the shelving for the Hughes, Simmons Drug Co. Trade with o u r advertisers. They deserve your trade. Mr. L. E. Willis of Tallahas see, was in the city Monday on important business. L. T. Brown of Talequah, has been in the city for several days on legal-business. I B. J. Hudson, tho hustler from Gaiesville, was in Musko gee, Monday. CO. Lowe spent several days in the country this week on le gal business. Sam King has been confined to his room f o r several days with LaGrippo. We are glad to note that ho is better now. Miss Roberta Watson return e...

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. — 9 February 1905

MwmiJiJjaiujauwwiwaw'a.wMm CtOiZzM I ,, ,-,, -,: -wfi iiimi mm m-ancmmmmKUKtutK an twwWHwJIWlWWl An Absent-Minded Statesman Representative Uynl of Mississippi, has established what one of his col leagues tennod tho "long-distance rec ord for absent-mindedness." The other day when tho house adjourned and members wore Hocking to their committee rooms or lor capltol oxlU Mr. Uyrd hurried out with his over coat buttoned up about his chin, but iwlth no hat on. Ho was evidently jnaklng tracks for tho nearest car JIno. A doorkeeper spied the rushing bareheaded statesman and gasped with astonishment. Then ho sent a page Hying in pursuit. Mr. Uyrd was overtaken before he left tho building. "Mr. Uyrd, you'vo forgotten your hat," panted the page. 'Mercy sakes, so I have," said tho Misslsslpplan, placing his hand to his head quickly. "Hun back to tho cloak room, son, and tote It to me." Stoessel Now a Jew According to newspapers published in tho Far East, General Stoessel, de fender of Port Art...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 February 1905

vlgfl&r- W - X J'afr':ty:':?r'& Up. A f.Ti OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. r iimum 9&m itMjimnwt ar mvinL P An Ohio Fruit Raiser, 78 Years Old, Cured of a Terrible Case After Ten Years of Suffering. Sidney Justus, fruit dealer, of Men tor, Ohio, says: "I was cured byDoan's Kidney Pills of a severe case of kid ney trouble, of eight or ten years' standing. I suffered the most severe j$M tFJWM backache and SiMNk ."SdKa other naiun In tTlrt. XwLf&Qpmxj&is- 111 n rotrlnn nf the kidneys. Theso were es pecially severe when stooping snM.r .u mi s. to lift anything, and often I could hardly straighten my back. The aching was bad In the daytime, but just as bad at night, and I was always lame In the morning. I was bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet. The urinary passages were painful, and the secretions were discolored and so free that often I had to rise at night. I feit tired all day. Half a box served to relieve me, and three boxes effected a permanent c...

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. — 9 February 1905

I . r4llrM- Mett tan. . -" -eCEr' ?WtWll8FZ & A DREAM, Mr. Editor: Last niht 1 had a dream about some oh tho fellows named in your last, issue which J sub mit. I dreamed I had crossed the river "Styx" with that grim fer ryman that poets write of and the first shade 1 met was that of Weary Hyena Siinms, M. D., who shrieked out "I h a v e no cuke all for tin's new applicant and then he vanished. 'I1 h e n came wandering hv an angel with hair all dappled in blood and cried out Hell A-da.ni and Jaybird are here. (Jo and get those furies and take them to your torments. After this 1 was conducted into the regions of Pluto and there 1 saw the king of the regions with his three pronged fork stirring up the fellows who hud been raising sheol in Muskogee. Tilings voie awful hot in tins receptacle and perspiration was poring from all the inhabitants except one and that was the fellow from Mus kogee, who sails under the eu phonious sobriquet of "Clar ence." I wondered how it was that Claren...

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. — 16 February 1905

"ar x The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 6. jlluskogoQ, IT., Thursday, Fob. 17, 1905. jVo. 19. CHILD NEARLY FROZEN. Negro Lad Found Crying on Front Steps of Handcock Home. Yesterday morning, while Mr and Mrs. N. F. Bandeockwore eating breakfast, they heard someone crying in front of the house. At first they supposed it to be one of their own chil dren, but on in investigation found a small Negro boy. The boy was illy-clad and nearly frozen. He was taken in and cared for by the servants under the direction of Mrs. Hancock. The child, who is six years of age, said he was on his way to chool, and became so cold he could get no further. Late yesterday afternoon the hoy left the Hancock residence for his home. He said his name was Tommy "Floyd. Phoenix. The above is respectfully re ferred to our school-board and avc also ask that a school be es tablished in the south part of town for colored youth. All things considered is it not reas onable? Are we asking too much? The next issue will contain a ...

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 February 1905

ga r.Vfmm!jmmL ". &. -fl, j? yy-j. j'Waiillyi iWhuiipiiJipililffgg mr'ir'1"-""" " "Ul J -',J'l'W'Wm BWMB "I"JUM, l IS COBEDJUPIDLY RHEUMATISM IN TWO SEVERE OASES MASTERED IN PEW WEEKS, rlirt Ili'iiioily INi'il 1y IMr. Kclirin'jHM'1 Mini by Cap I ii I n J.itlliHir in ir-ul Domain! In VUhill oT Their lloiuia. Iii I ho winter ofl 002- -rr. S'-hrooppel was confined to his bed b. a .severe at tack of rheumatism. His doctor's treat mont proved unsuccessful, 1ml. lie subse quently regained his health by menus which ho describes with great, enthu siasm. "After five- or six weeks of helpless hass and pain," said lie, " during wiiich t was receiving regular visits from tho doctor, 1 felt as bad us over, .hist then my mother, u woman oighly years of igo, paid mo a visit. Sho had received preat benefit from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and she was confident they would liolp mo. At her solicitation I gnvo up tho doctor's treatment and took tho pills in its place." "And wero you cured as tho res...

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 February 1905

liriPir1 'WttWffiW'1 '"f""" Vfwn X TR4UMT Many a man injures looking ont for No. 3. Ills eyesight ?IKSCEIlMNX Discussions in Convention. Officers of our state dairy associa tions may profit by an action of the American Warehousemen's Ass cia Uon at their convention in Washing ton last week. It was there decided that hereafter all such portions of committee reports as invito discus sion by the members at the annual convention shall bo printed and dis tributed to the members before the meeting. In the conventions of associations formed to forward the mutual inter ests of the membership by improving methods of business, devising and urging legislation, etc., a full discus sion by the assembled mombers is, if properly conducted, the most potent force. This is generally recognized and yet in a great majority of cases tho time of the sessions is so largely taken up by the reading of addresses upon various subjects that the discus sions are cut short and very often have to be left out alto...

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 February 1905

kSffrW"'WimiM HMMWHttWM . mr ikkkw-t iftwwft -- '- vr & , . - ,r MIH 0B itwtmm HurrM- .t.jr. t, 4. w. . srsr-irTSTS "v?. s?2mzz ;-. , -j.jgjMJ.aaaiiiuJWtliMM13!li.'lg oiWpwjfWMf THE IjUGTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EST OF THE NEORO OY CIMETER PUD. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOQEE, I. T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER. W. H. TWINE R, WOOD, -J. T. TRIMBLE E. T. HEARNE . - ' Editor. Ass't Editor. Gcn'l Solicitor . City Reporter For Delegate to Iho Constitution al Convention: A. G. W, Sancjo of Muskogee. The fellow who quits his own business to look after the other fellows will soon have no busi ness of his own. 'Dam it" is not cussing. We nil want the dam built across the Grand river and we use that expression to convey our meaning. We would much rather the Gold Bond gang would pay their debts than support us for off ice and would be glad for the medical end to begin payment. TheCimeler is too busy look ing after its own business to stop to advise the othei fel...

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 February 1905

V Loeal & JPepsorjal. ' See Lcc Perry for good coal. Mr. Bud ..Cook is on tho sick list this week. Come to Jones Hall on the 22, and have a good time. J. T. Trimble is and again af ter getting a hsrd fall on the ice. Mrs. Manuel of Okmulgee was in the city this week on business. Mr. H. E. Pierson Guthrie, Okla., this business. went to week on Remember tho grand enter tainment at Jones Hall on Fob. 22nd, 11)05 by T r i m b 1 o and Johnson. The members of the Musko gee Colored band are requested to be present on next Monday night. Business of importance. Joi: Kelly. Mr. Luther Gosby made his departure for Hot Springs last week. Mr. A. G, W. Sango has a very sore hand, but is much bet ter this week. Mr, Ed Heme went to the country this went to take charge of (he Black Jack school. Mr. D, Richardson has open ed up a new rooming house on North 2nd street. lr. Harris -and Dr. Smith of Grayson was in tho city this week on business. Prof. Gordon is spending a few weeks at Hot Springs fo...

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 February 1905

a.BtinJiaVJiw tag.vgwf ACHED IN EVERY BONE. Chicago Society Woman, Who Wan So Sick She Could Not Sleep or Eat, Cured by Doan'3 Kidney Pills. Marion Knight, of 33 N. Ashland ivcnuc, Chicago, orator of Iho West 3ldo Wednesday Club, nays: "This winter when I started to uso Bonn's Kidney Pills I ached In every bono and had in- I tense pains in the Kidneys and pelvic or- g u 11 s. T h c n r I n 0 w a s t h i e k a 11 d clomly, and I could barely eat onoimli In live. I felt 11 change for the better ivithin a week. The second week I be Ran eating heartily. 1 began to improve generally, and betoro seven weeks had passed 1 was well. I had spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine that did not help me, but SO worth of Donn's Kidney Pills restored me to perfect health. " A TRIAL FKKE. Address Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. V. For sale by all dealers. Price, !0 cis. (QUEEN DEES WORTH $200 EACH II $&&!&&& I WTa1& ...oa .i f 1 v'-L ttr ! lwvm 7J W: 3sB j rf Should anything ...

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 February 1905

,v'rr;-w.-"SS! Mtowi-.nmdi m WOMEN WHO CHARM HEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL It Helps Womon to Win and Hold Mon's Admiration, Rospoct and Lovo Woman's greatest yift a the power to tnspire admiration, respect, and love. There is a beauty in health which is more attractive to men than mere regu larity of feature. ! i l UL wept Ohm I ff crutoor JTKMaJ yjllrs. Chas.FSvown j To be a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband, bhould be w woman's constant .study. At the first indication of ill-health, luin ful or irregular menstruation, icadache or baclcaoho, secure Lydh: E. Pkikham's Vegetable Compound and begin its use. Mrs. Chas. P. Brown, Vice-President Mothers' Club, a I Cedar Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark., writes; Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " For nine years 1 dragged through a miser ablo existence, sulForhig with iuliuiiunation and fnlling of tho womb, and worn out with pnin nnd weariness. 1 onodny noticed a state ment by a woman guU'cring as I was, but who had beon cured ...

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 February 1905

j j- .aw m - k '. .- i C I T - "i,.i - TT!K IQr ii at Hk U t "V4 VWRB t , -w (f l5WjjWlA , ivn tasA-jurjwjJS . v- i. ! ?kyr- TVnwrp-r - -. . fc-, .. . . . . GRAND PRIZE SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTISEMENT CONTEST. A House 'and Lot Will Be Given to The Winner. For the purpose of increasing our subscription and advertising business, ihe Cimeter lias concluded to offer a house and lot, free from all incuin Muskogee, I. T., to the person who shall receive the largest number of vote's in the contest. The understaud brances, and located in the city of ing is that for every live cents paid in cash at the Cimeter 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 caul twenty votes for any of the can didates. No employe or member of t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 February 1905

lllllilIIWMllt. The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 6. jUuskocjoG, I. T., Thursday, Feb. 25 1905. JVo. 20 ONLY THE TRUTH, i last siaml th0 NcSro of America " can make as a pioneer and we propose to lot it go down in his- Rcports Circulated About Negroes of Our steading. Not True. Last Tuesday night a Negro coal thief Avas arrest 1 and the officers failed to carry him to jail at once but instead allowed the Negro to start home and from this wavering from duty came the trouble that was published in our (white) dailies as a riot and the publication in our mef. ropolitan dailies of the sajne misleading a n d untruthful statements. As a matter of fact there is no great t"ouble down hero and there is no real hero btaring the sobrique of Bill Rupei t. There was a great out pouring of the rabble white ele ment of the lowest stratum to aveng the supposed murder of a supposed brave policeman. Now no policeman had been killed. No one had been hurt. Some supposed officers and a few real officers had gone...

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 February 1905

i n i r i r -r Vijtlliil.h i.i IIIUllLIIM..tfTiTlpiTI1lfl 7 m I A ik Irs B J , TORTURING PAIN. Half This Man's Sufferings Would Havo Killed Many a Person, but Doan's Cured Him. A. C. Sprnguc, stock dealer, of Nor mal, III., writes: "For two whole years I was doing nothing but buying medi cines to cure my kidneys. I do not think that nny man over suffered as I did and lived. The pain in my back was bo bad that I could not sleep at night. I could a. c. sntAouu. not ride a horso And sometimes was unable even to tjdo In a car. My condition was critical when I sent for Doan's Kidney Pills. I used three boxes and tbey cured me. Now I can go nnywhero and do as much as anybody. I sleep well and fc?l no discomfort nt all." A TRTAI. FREE. Address Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price, CO cts. A hero Is a man who can listen to nn after-dinner speech without look ing bored. Men who think they know It all never take time to investigate the ac tual worth of their suppo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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