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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 March 1905

s Little Nations Have Big Songs Tlio national alia of great countries arc shott, while tho?e of llttlo conn tiien ate long. "God Save the King' Is fouitecn bais, the Russian hymn is sixteen bnrs and "Hall, Columbia!" has twenty-eight bars. Slam's national hymn has seventy-six bars, and that of Uruguay seventy, Chllo foity-slx, and so on. San Marino has the long est national hymn, oxcent that of China. An Enormous Cannon Ball Tho biggest cannon ball ever mado weighed 2,000 pounds, and was manu factured at the Krupn works, Essen, for tho government of tho cnr. Tho gun fiom which tho projectile was flied is also tho largest in tho woild, and is placed in tho fortifications of Cionstadt. This gun has a rango of twelve miles, and it is estimated that each shot fired costs $1,500. Largest Stone Ever Quarried Tho largest stone ever quarried came fiom a granite ledge in Maine, to servo as one of tho columns to sup port tho dome of an Episcopal cath edial in Now York. Tho stono was sixty-fou...

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 March 1905

TZZZZZ . ft ,. INAUGURATION ECHOS. Continued from page 1. I Eon. J. P. Davidson hold up the banner for our schools and im pressed the people in general rhat the Indian Territory was the whole show. E. IS. McDuniel, the indefati gable and progressive railroad contractor made a favorable im pression wherever he went and lever forgot his home town, J). iMcAlesler. Mo is a whole team and was the envy of the 1 oys in more ways than one. Mr. Hobbins was 1 he porter on our train slarting on the trip and made the trip a pleasant one for (he boys and they ditto. The Club left St. Louis on the tt:25 tiain (p. m.) Thursday for home on their special car. Six teen of the club stood pat and refusee to leave St. Louis with out our car and the car camo. After an enjoyable time in St. Louis the boys were ready for 1101111, sweet home. Before the trip closed the club '.rent into permanonl organiza t'on and elected the following ortkvrs: W. IL Twine, Pros. L. T. Brown, Vice Vvc?. OVo. IC. Davidson, Se...

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 March 1905

a The Muskogee Cimeter Q Vol 6. jHuskogee, I. T., Thursday, JUap. 16, 1905. No. 25. ACCUSSER COLORED White Policeman Accused of Rape- Com mit Suicide. Una bio to face tbo charge of criminal assault upon a colored girl, and after being ai rested and bailed out, Police officer Clement i. Feltrup, one of the best known men on the Maiden police force, killed himself Sun day morning between the hours of 4 and 0 o'clock, in a portion of the Bell Rock park, near his home, by shooting himself thro' the root of the mouth with a 32 calibre revolver. On Saturday morning a col or od girl, residing in Lynn, came to the police-station, in Maiden and made eonipliint to eh 'of of police Samuel D. Emerton, stating that she came out on the late tiain Friday evening and got off al Linden station, think ing it was Lynn, and before she realized her mistake the train was started. She met a police officer and asked him regarding conveyance to Lynn at that hour. After some conversation with him, he.took he...

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 March 1905

HAD TO GIVE UP. Suffered Arjonlco from Kidney Disor dcrs Until Cured by Doan'c Kidney Plllo. George V ATBixafIZSs M MM i ifei Itcitoff, of 1th lIKiS Nort! St , I'hil.i dllphis, I'll., c mini of good rep u t n 1 1 o n a n 0 standing, wi lies' "The ( ais ago 1 wan suffering nc with my baekanr kidiiujH that 1 often had to hi off. The kidnoj Hcciotlons w o r u uitutal, m j logs and stomach weio swollen, and I had no appetite. Whon ditott failed to help mo I began using Doan'f Kldrioy Pills ai.d Impiovcd until tnj hack was sltong and my appetite re, tin nod. Dining the four jcais Hlncc I Htoppod using them I have enjoyed excellent health. -The euio wan poi manent." (Signed) George W. ttotioff. A TRIAL Flinn Addicss Foster Milbutn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. Foi bale hy all dcaloui. l'llcc, HO cents. The sweetest thing In lite Is the unclouded welcome ol a wife. N. P Willis. Muskogee Ci meter. FIT j"P Tiormnnontly c ircrt. TJn ntnor norvoncnoM tiftCf I Hi-si ln 'n uw of Dr. KIIiio'h (lr ut Ni rvn...

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 March 1905

Jf'f " s' -v Mf"W -'w4!W(,,'t, - wiiwiyMhUfli!iBSMwp' t1IIH!llIU1 Fertility and Fruit Growing. At n meeting of horticulturists, Pro fessor John Craig, of Cornell Universi ty, said: "Every modern system of cultivat ing fruits recognizes ns n first prin ciple the right of the fruit tree to bo considered a specific and sufficient crop under the soil, or at least to bo rogarded as a crop quite as exhaust ing in chnracter as any grown by the farmer. Unless the fruit grower real izes and puts into practice tho essen tial part of this principle ho will fail as a cultivator of fruits. Experiments in orcharding conducted some years ago at the Cornell Experiment Station proved conclusively that it cost the soil more to produce twenty average crops of apples than twenty average crops of wheat. In other words, more fertility was extracted from the land in growing an acre of bearing apples for twenty years than In growing twenty consecutive crops of wheat. As a rule, the farmer recognlezs the fo...

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 March 1905

ci3he ijiieTEJ, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EST OF THE NEQRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS rOQEE, I T , AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER. W. H. TWINE R. WOOD, -J. T. TRIMBLE I:. T. HEARNE - Editor. Ass't Editor. Gen'l Solicitor . City Reporter Por 'Delegate to the Constitution al Convention: A. (J. Haxuo of Muskogee. In a raid on Hunter's colored rooming house Monday night the police captured four colored women and ane white num. Our white neighbors who are so afraid of social equality, should equally resent it in the night as well as in the day. Too much of this midnight social equality goes on in J lot Spiings and should be speedily stopped. As for colored citizens we feel quite certain in .saying that the ma jority would witness with much satisfaction the breaking up of all disreputable dens where such vices as the above are indulged in. Hot Springs Echo. v The southern white man is constantly harping against the mixing of the races, yet these very men s...

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 March 1905

1 X GREAT MUSKOQEE. If you want to find a city Thai they say is "out of sight," Just locate in Muskogee, And you will be alright. For it's a booming city, And the greatest in the West, That mighty mighty city "Whore money has no rest. The Cimeter can tell you Of the laurels to be won In the city where the people Are aiming at the sun. It will tell you of the lands And where it can be bought 'Twill tell you of our shorthand, And how it can be taught. Then read of the Twentieth Century Correspondence School; And ne'er should you forget it But make it a rule To read of this ad And other enterprises too, For in Miibkogee There's always something new. There's huulling and hustling tnstling and rustling In this great growing city There's nothing lays rusting, I lotels are crowded Morning, noon and night People coming to the city Thai they say is "out of sight." Editors are busy telling "What is doing And evei5"tiing old Is swiftly renewing. Then read of this city, The greatest in the west...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 March 1905

ALL SICK SHOULD READ MRS FOX'S LETTEH In All Pnrto of tbo United Stutoo Lydla E. Ptnlchiun'a Vctjotablu Compound UaB Eiructod Similar Ouroa. Many wonderful cures of female ills lire con tin tuilly eoniiny to liijht. vhich have been brought about by hydia 10. lMnhhain'a Vegetable Compound, aud QS Jllrs. Fannie D.Fox & "QUAIL" NOT ON TOAGT. through the advice of Mrs. Pinkhain, of Lynn, Mass., which is given to siclc women absolutely free of charge. Mrs. Pinlcham has for many years made a study of the ills of her sex; hho has consulted with and advised thousands of sullVring women, who to-dav owe not only their health but even life to her helpful advice. Mrs. Tannic I). Fox, of 7 Chestnut Street, Bradford, l'a., writes: Dear Mrs. PinUham : " I stilTorcri for a long Hum with womb troublo, and Himlly was told by my physician that I lmd a tumor on tho womb. 1 did not want to submit to an oporatiou, so wrote you for advi'o, I received vour letter and did as you told mo, and today I am ...

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 March 1905

2( f1.. Calume Baking Powds A perfectly health ful powder made by improved chem ical methods and of accurately pro portioned materials Trust linking Powders sell for 15 or 50 cunts per pound and may bo Uluntillcd by this exor bitant price. They aro u iiicuuce to publlo lieal th, as food prepared from them contains larcc quantities of Ho chcllc s.ilts, a lUinyoi oua cathartic d rut?. THE SURPLUS WO JI A A Laughing Mistake A Washington photographer wanted the picture of the president's friend, Seth Bullock, the sheriff of Deadwood who was selected to lead the cowboy bunch in the inaugural procession. He sent an assistant to round up Uullock and bring him to bo photographed. Presently the assistant came back with a gray-moustached man in tow and annonuced that this was the man wanted. Tho man sat for several pictures. As ho was going out, tho clerk in tho gallery said: "By tho way, Mr. Bullock, please give mo your full name for the pictifros." "Bul lock nothing," said tho man, "I nm no...

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 March 1905

IJrxr.tfSiuittmum n nnum HKipuwiii 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, llie Ciineter has concluded to offer a house and lot, free from all incum brances, and located in the city of Muskogee, I. T., to the person who shall receive the largest number of votes in the contest. The understand ing is that for every live cents paid in cash at the Ciineter office, for either subscription or advertising purposes, the person paying said live cents shall have the privilege of casting one vote for any candidate he or she may pre fer. It is therefore possible "or any person paying to us at the Cimeter office one dollar for a year's sub scription or for an advertisement, to cast twenty votes for any of the can didates. No employe or member of the Cimeter force shall be eligible to enter the contest. The contest begins with this issue of the Cimeter and will termina...

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 March 1905

The Muskogee Cimeier. Vol 6. jliaskogQG, I. T., Thursday, JIar. 25, 1905 JVo. 2 OUR OPENING SPECIALS. For Monday and Tuesday, from 10 to II a, m. 10 yds. Beautiful Antrim y q Lawns for LDL Only 10 F ds to a customer. From II a. m. to 12 m. 1 set of six water glasses, i n regular 25c value for " Syrup pitchers, plated tops i a plain and carved at " Glass Fruit Dishes beauti fully carved, 9x12 inches, Ar 35c value at " Ladies beautifully embroid ered turned down collars, with ribbon eyelets, all bright colors regular 25c tjr value at 100 Parasols latest style han dles Mercarized Silk Covers, wide wale finish regular a q 75c and 1.00 value at ... . 40C GRAND MILLINERY OPENING! Monday and Tuesday, March 27 and 28. You are cordially invited to attend our Millinery Op pening, Monday and Tuesday. A great gathering of Exquisite Millinery will be dis played for you to gaze upon. We beg that you consider this announcement as a personal invitation to be our guest on opening days. A great treat...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

-T-rwmmnwi" i UMPHMJH milFHWPlli rJWMWA: ISLAND OF TRISTAN D'ACUNMA, Where Human Beings Llvo a Llfo of Utmost Isolation. Ono of tlio most Isolutod colonics of civilized humun beings on the fuco of Iho earth hi that on tlio Island of Tristan d'Acunhn, which lies almost midway between the Cupo of Good IIopo nnd Capo Horn. Thin lonely ipland lies in such a position that It missos both onstern and western ships and tho Islanders recoivo only tha rarest visits from n whaler and occn slonally from a British warship. Tho Inhabitants number about seventy and nro descendants of sailors, castaways nnd a handful of soldiers left on the island when it was garrisoned by a company of British nrtlllory during the time of tl. great Dontpartc's o. ilo at St. Helena. When T. C. Kerry, a British capitalist, visited Tristan twolvo years ngo ho found a sailor ramod Oroon Installed as tho chief man. Tho Islanders have no laws, church or money, but they have plon ty of cattlo and ralso potatoes and oven g...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

HJV?$pbpp '1""'!,,'M'WW--' K-m-M CONQUERS CATARRH THE WORLD OVER. rx nflnMlITTTf JIRIIIJIJIL ft v;'H aCw- V :.'. Low-Hcadcd Apple Trees. Prof. Arthur T. Erwin: One Im portant lesson gained from tho past is that, at loast for the northwest, low headed trees arc very much better than tho old-time "skyscrapers." In a prairie region like Iowa, pro tection from tho wind is important. This refers not only to tho matter of wind falls, but also to the protection of tho plant from the drying influ ences of winds in winter. A low head ed tree offers less leverage, hence less wind fall; and tho head being closer to the ground receives proportionally more protection from desiccation. A serious loss to young trees is by sunscald. This usually occurs on 'bright, warm spells in early spring, and tho injury is generally on tho soutk or west side of tho trunk. Heat stimulates activity. During tho win ter season the protoplasm is in a dor mant state, and while in this condi tion Is uninjured by cold....

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

Itiggfeiiii iiwMiMniwmii KjU'HJMIIIMimilHIIHHWIHIPUIlJuillimnnHnwJ) tn-Jmr) . THE 2IjiieTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EOT OF THE NEQRO DY CIMETER PUD, CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER. W. H. TWINE R. WOOD, . J. T. TRIMBLE E. T. IIEARNE Editor. Ass't Editor. Gen'l Solicitor . City Reporter For Delegate to tho Constitution al Con volition: A. G. YV, Sancio oi.' Muskogee. wire fences and Doug will have to do an acrobatic stunt to save his britches from being torn in the rear. Provident .Roosevelt will stop in Muskogee about 1-30 minutes on April 5th. We hope a Ke publican mayor will be in the chair to welcome the Chief Ex ecutive of the Nation to the Ho ly City. A DEERE POINTER Stand pat. Vote the ticket straight from top to bottom. The fellow who scratches the ticket is not a good republican. J ts a good tickot and all fac tions should join hands and sup port it. We arise to remark that a school for colored youth is need ed in t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

l THE UNKOVVNANO FORGOTTEN. uy Mrs Susie C II n tt in ''The hiving Way" v We live today in a stale of so ciety the important elements of which a few centuries ago were unknown. Who can read the pages of the book of the past? Every rock, stream, and moun tain is a page of its history. We are not very well acquainted with the chrracters that make up the alphabet used in writing this history. As we scan the pages of this history of which 4nly the ruder outlines can be distinguished, we are impressed with the fact that multitudes of people have moved over the sur face of the earth and sunk into the night of oblivion, without leauin a trace of their existence. Without a memorial through which we might at least have learned their names. Nations as well as individuals are passing away soon to be swallowed up in the mist of the past and forgotten. Some of the pages of the book are becoming more legible year by year; for instance America which was once unknown to us is now a prosperous count...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

ateeiSittNftBlftHWrtMlPBW CEEDING IN PROGRESS IN WEST ERN CANADA. Mild Weather Is Bringing Thousands of Settlers. The splendid yields of wheat, oats and barley produced by the farmery of Western Canada and the excellent prices received for the same, have been the moans of giving an increased Interest throughout tho United States. As a result the Inquiries made of tho Agents of tho Canadian Government imvo nearly doubled over thoso of tho Bfimo period last year. Railroad com panies are putting on Increased car rjlng capacity to meet tho demand made upon them for carrying passen gers and freight. Everything points to a most prosperous year. There Is loom for hundreds of thousands ad ditional settlers, much now land hav ing been opened up for settlement this year. It is qulto interesting to look through tho letters received from tho Americans who have settled In West ern Canada during tho past few years, and considering tho largo number It Is surprising how few thero aro who linvo not ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

Hf JffiS&&KB)toltiintoMrMmm imw SCIATICJTOHTURE PAIN SUFFERED BY MR. MARSTON AS GREAT AS MORTAL OAN STAND. For Six Months Ho Could Not Turn In Hod Ho Tells of a Itomctly "Which IIus Given 1'orfuct llollcf. Tho enso of Mr. Marston shows tlint sciatica enn bo cured, nnd no ono afflicted I))' it should allow himself to bo tlis uonrtencd. Ho whb first stricken nbout a vcarago, and for six months ho suffered puiu which ho thinks tho most intenso that nny nmu could possibly stand. Asked about tho details of his rcmnrk nblo recovery, Mr. Marston gavo tho fol lowing account: " I was attacked by a numbness or dull fooling just back of my right hip. I didn't ftnow what tho mat ter was, but thought it was simply, a stiffness that would wear away in a short time. It didn't, howovor, and soon tho pain became so very bad that bvcry step was torturo for mo. When I finally succcpdcd in getting homo, it was just as much as I could do to reach my room and get to bed. "Tho doctor was sent for,...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 March 1905

GRAND PRIZE SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTISEMENT CONTEST. A House and LotWill Be Given to The Winner. For the purpose of increasing our subscription and advertising business, the Cinietcr has concluded to offer a house and lot, free from all incum brances, and located in the city of Muskogee, I. T., to the person who shall receive the largest number of votes in the contest. The understand ing is that for every live cents paid in cash at the Cinietcr oflice, 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 Cinietcr oflice one dollar for a year's sub scription or for an advertisement, to cast twenty votes for any of the can didates. No employe or member of the Cimeter force shall be eligible to enter the contest. The contest begins with this issue of the Cimeter and will terminate at 6 o'clock p. in., July i, 1905...

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. — 30 March 1905

N The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 6. jluskocjee, I. T., Thursday, jVLar. 50, 190q. No. 25 THE GREATEST SALE OF the SEASON Starts on Tuesday, jpril 4-th, BRIN'S specialty STORE DOORS OPEN 9 O CLOCK SHARP. Be on hand for the greatest bargains ever offered by anybody. The finest, most uptodate line of Silk Skirts, Silk Waist, Silk Shirt Waist suits, Silk oats, Viol Skirts, J3rilliantine Skirts, IPenemore Slirts, Ladies Up-to-date Hats, J3onn3ts, jppons, Ue. fil to be plaeed on this groat sale, New Clothing at Sacrifice Prices. One lot Men's new Spring Suits; regular price $12; sale price $8.40 One lot new Spring Suits; regular price $15; sale price $9.00 One lot new Spring Suits; regular price, $10; sale price $6.85 One lot Children's Knee Suits at half what other stores sell them. One lot Men's single Pants, the finest worsted Pants going; regular price, $5; sale price $2.95 One lot Men's single Pants, regular price, $2; sale price $M5 Towels, Napkins and Tabic Linens. Quilts at half what y...

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. — 30 March 1905

New Equipment on the Santa Fe. An order for some now equipment was placed tho other lny by tho Santa Fe. It comprises 75 locomotives, 5,300 freight cars and GO passenger couches, nd poHtnl cms, all to bo de livered within tho next four months. Fifteen of tho now engines nro Atlan tic typo balanced compounds, thirty Pacific typo balanced compounds, and thirty Santa Fo type. This big ex pense, aggregating more than $5,000, 000, la Incurred In order that crowing traffic may bo promptly handled. Pres ent facilities are ample for to-day's travel and shipments; to-morrow they may not ho sufficient. Tho Santa Fo looks ahead; that la why It gets tho business. Important to Mothers. "Cxamlno cnrufully every bottle of CA STOMA, n Hiifu mill euro remedy tor Infuata and children, mid nco that It c&vm &&. llcnra tho jjltfimtiiro of Iu Ueo For Ovi r IO Yearn. The Kind You Uavo Alwaya Bought. Scientists fell us that the people Mhould wed tlrlr npposites. Perhaps that Is why so many popl...

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