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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 May 1905

It is bettor to believe thnn to suspect. Heat and Egg Production. A writer on poultry says that we have but to produce summer condi tions in the hen house all the timo to get eggs all the time. He assumes that the production of eggs is a mat ter relating to a plentiful supply of heat, just as we do not get vegeta tion except by the joint work of heat and moisture. Wo doubt however if the two are at all similar. Wo feel quite sure that large quantities of eggs cannot bo obtained in the winter by merely having the heating of tho houses right, nor would it be possible to get eggs all tho time if the con ditions for egg laying wore perfect. The fact is that egg production is connected so closely with the mater nal instincts of the fowl that we have more to hope for by obtaining early maturity of fowls than by producing summer conditions in tho midst of winter. If it were a matter of summer conditions, wo would expect to get more eggs in October than in Febru ary, yet, as we all lenow, O...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 May 1905

THE IjfcieTEFt PUBLISHED EVERY WCEK IN THE INTER EST OF THE NEGRO BY CIMETER HUB. OO 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. liEARNE . . Editor. Ass't Editor. Gen'l Solicitor , City Reporter lV)r Delegate to Iho Constitution al Convention: A. G. W, Sancjo of Muskogee. Doiig diil not name a single Negro for the now state, lie has located himself whore wo knew ho was. Knights and Ladies of Honor of the World have hought the Pionoor and the paper is now the organ of that organization, 1-1. A. Brooks has sold the "Pioneer" and will take a short rest and visit his old home. The Western World has gone with tho Echo to the journalis tic grave yard. May it rest in peace. Leftwich,'the once president of the Baptist College, was ar rested Saturday night charged with creating fear brethren, among the Tho Advocate published at Pert'an'1, Oregon reached our ollico this week, and we take pleasure in placing it on our ...

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. — 18 May 1905

George R. Smith College, Sedalia, PROCEEDINGS OF COMMENCEMENT. BY PROP. C. A. BIGGEKS The happiest period in human life, is when we find ourselves again in the school room and on the old play grounds of our youthful days; and the happiest specimen is a youngster who finds himself in this happy place, shaking hands, walking and talking with his old school-mates On the beautiful Saturday morning, April 29, I was greet ed by friends and school-mates of George R. Smith College Like a dream, I had been hurled from the Beautiful Indian Terri tory to the sunny city of Sedalia, Missouri. I entered the halls of the sacred walls of the old George R. Building. I thought of the peaceful hours I once en joyed, and how sweet their memory still. The Sabbath day dawned with all the attendant blessings. As to what lies in store in the great School of Life, was to be told by Dr. M. C. B. Mason. In this, his baccalaurate sermon, as the eleven graduates sat with attentive and devoted minds, he showed t...

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. — 18 May 1905

QUICK RESULTS. W. J. Hill, of Con cord, N. C, Justice of the Peace, Bnyp: "Doan'n Kidney Pills proved a very efficient reme dy In my cnBC. I used them for disordered kid ney a and uncle ache, from which I had ex perienced a great deal of t r o n b 1 o and pain. The kidney secretions -vcro very Irregular, dark colored and full of sediment. The Pills cleared It all up and I have not had an acho In my back since taking the last dose. My health generally Is Improved a great deal." FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y. For salo by all dealers, prico CO cents per box. HOOPSKIRTS ARE BEING WORN nnsi 1 awaLav jpsbvv VJ mV A Chicago Dressmaker Says tho In verted Balloon Is in Style Hoopsklrls have again mado their appcaranco In Chicago. Tho latest coming out of tho ante-bellum artlclo -was at tho weekly meeting of tho Chicago Dressmakers' club at tho Stratford hotel recently. Mine. M. J. Mosac, president of tho club, had a spiral design of hoopsklrt which was demonstrated on tho form of Miss An...

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. — 18 May 1905

PAINFULSCIAT1CA GVEEY SUPPBRER WANTS THE VERT QUICKEST OURE. Mr. Donovnn Thinks tho Rcmrtly Uncri by 111m wllh Much Itcmnrlcnhlo Success tlio IJeaU-Curcd by Flro Iloxe. "Men who havo to do difficult and dnngerouH work ou clcctrio linos nfc nny hour of day or night, can't tifford to havo Buy thing tho matter Vlth thoir health," said Mr. Donovan. You can imagine, thoroforc, how much Iwjj alarmed ono winter's day in 1902, when I was seized by a pain just behind my right hip that made it difficult for mo to walk home. It was so bad by tho timo I reached tho honso that I was obliged to go straight to bed." " Did that reliovo yon ?" " No, tho pain grow moro sovero nnd kept extending downward along my leg. I sent for n physician, and ho booh do cided that I had sciatica. In u fow days tho wholo norvo was affected, and tho least movement brought ou terrible ngony." "Did your condition improvo undor tho doctor's treatment?" " Qnito tho contrary. At the ond of two mouths I wasu'tn bit hotter,...

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. — 18 May 1905

s -dMw.tiWfUPWW-'mW- -Jr4 i QMS George R. Smith College, Sedalia, PROCEEDINGS OP COMMENCEMENT. BY PKOF. C. A. BIGGEHS (continued from fifth page.) Williams, from tho display of his oratorical ability, showed himself a living example of his subject. The second orator of tho ocasion, in the personifica tion of Garfield Jefferson, easily held the attention of the audi ence, while he imparted to the many, logical and distinctive facts from his subject, ''Chris tianity, tho Saving Grace of Na tions." Scarcely had our minds deviated from the scenes of this subject "Christianity, the Sav ing Grace of Nations.1 ' Miss Maud Cravens pictured to us the beautiful scenes of ' 'Life's lesson." The same of which we can deem a guide to many bless ings. And as wo were led on thru the channels of logic, our attention was called, and we lis tened with pleasure, to the sub ject, "The pure Motive of Am bition" by Jesse M. Jackson. In his oritorical flights, hitched our charriots to the stars, and drove ...

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. — 25 May 1905

The Muskogee Cimeter, a Vol 6. jVLuskogoo, I T., Thursday, jau 25. 1905. No. 33 Muskogee's Dudes Duel Lives. Society's Darlings by Day and the Con sorts of Immoral Women by Night. The temptation to lead a double life is not as strongly re sisted by men and women as it should be. By double life, we mean that the men and women of today very easily acquire the habit of appearing to be one thing in public, while in private they are entirely different. Many of us, in fact, too many assume the garb of decency and morality, and use it as a cloak to cover a life which in reality is vile and rotten to the very core. It is not always the man or woman that says, "Be as you ought to be," that lives up, es specially in religious and moral deeds, to what she desires to teach. It is only by pulling aside the curtain that hides our priv ate and personal vices, that the wickedness and vile worldliness of God's creatures are disclosed. The habit of appealing to be all that is good and true is wide sp...

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. — 25 May 1905

imm TOO HASTILY AMERICAN WOMEMBnEAK DOWN IrroRulurltloa und Fomnlo Doranfjo inontu UoauJt- Curod by Ltycllu, IS. Pltiklmtu'u Yugotublo Uorroumi. Owing1 to our mode and manner of living, and the nervous has to of every woman to accomplish just so much each day, it is said that there ia not 7rx Chester Curry J? 010 woman in twenty-five but what suffers with snne derangement of the female organism, and this is the secret of so many unhappy homos. No woman can be amiable, light hearted and happy, a joy to her hus band and children, and perform the duties incumbent, upon her, ensheis sulVerk-ig with backache headache, nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing, down pains, displncementof the womb, spinal weakness or ovarian troubles. Irritability and snappy retorts take the place of pleasantness, and vA sun shine is driven out. of the home, and lives are wrecked by wounu's great enemy womb t rouble. Head this letter: - Dour Mrs. 1'inldmm: ' I was troubled for eight years with irregu larities wh...

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. — 25 May 1905

Ill 1.1 .f...(- N KELLERg;) Mildred RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street, N. W., Washington, D. C, writes: "I eun safely recommend Pcruna for catarrh. I had it for years and it would respond to no kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come back. " was In such a state that my friends were alarmed about me, and I was advised to leave this climate. Then I tried Pcruna, and to my great Joy found It helped me from the first dose I took, and a few bottles cured me. "It built up my constitution, I re gained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well and strong." Mildred Roller. We havo on file many thousand testi monials like- the above. Wo can give our i eadeis only a slight glimpse ot the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. ITart man is receiving. SEES GHOSTLY TEIO W. P. GIESECKE A. shoo manufacturer who has been "everlast...

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. — 25 May 1905

THE IgTER PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK Il4 'TH'E INTER' EBT OF THE NEBRO BY CI METER PUB. CO ENTERED ATtAe PdST OFFICE AT "MU8 KOBEE, I. 7.. A8 SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER. W. M. TWINE -It WOOD, - -J. T. TRIMBLE -E. T. HEARNE . - Editor. i tv Ass't Editpr. OeiTI Solicitor . City Reporter For Delegate to the Constitution al Convention: , A. G. W. Sango of, Muskogee. Clarence Douglas forgot to name any Negro as a prominent possibility for Congress. He even left out his man Friday. Doug is certainly the friend of the "nigger" as he put it in. Sunday's issue of the Phoenix, and, we say d n such friends as the lion tamer.. Down South the white men mob Negro men and then like ''Richard the Third make love to the women." In a great many instances the women spurn them with contempt; a few are so weak as to accent their proposals and these are not worth their room in hell. Mr. E. E. McDaniel the famed R. R. contractor and builder, is building 100 miles of railway on the Midland Valley. Mc. is the only...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 May 1905

LOCAL & PERSONAL Wanted? pupilsMi's. L. C. Clark will give 16sso'ns on the piano at her place of business. 310 South Second Street, Boom 14, Jones Building. Benevolent Reliif Association, headquarters Boom 14, Jones Building, agents wanted. Wansed -To buy old timber on east side of M. K. & T. rail way in Creek Nation. H. R. Piehson. " 211 S. Second St., Muskogee, I. T. Bollinger Music House, B07 West Broadway in the Evans block has the largest stock of pianos in the city. You will do well to get our prices "before buying. 5-18, 4t. J. ft. 'Brownlow, - Manager. Planter's Implement Co. have just received a carload of up-to date buggies and harness, call and see them when you come to town. See their uadv elsewhere in this paper. Wanted- People to borrow money on furniture. Room li, Jones Building. Money to'loajn on Furniture.' SiiAKi'E & Thompson, Now is. the time to buy lum ber from Geo. D. Hope Lumber Co. If you need a brass band this summer write J. T. Trimble. 211 So. S...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 25 May 1905

WORTH REMEMBERING. Thoro aro Ihroo entirely different kinds of ingredients used in making tho tlirco different vnrlotlcs of baking powders on tljo market, viz: (1) Mineral-Acid or Alum, (2) Bone-Acid or Phosphato, anjl (3) Cream of Tartar in ado from grapes. It is Important, from tho standpoint, of health, to know something about theso ingredi ents, and which kind Is used In your baking powder. (1) Mineral-Acid, or Alum, Is made from a kind of clay. This Is mixed with diluted oil of vitriol nnd from this solution a product is obtained which Is alum. Alum la cheap; costs about two cents a pound, nnd baking powder mndo with this Mlnoral-Acld jiolls from 10 to 26c. a pound. (2) Bono-Acid, or Phosphate, 1b tho basis of phosphato baking powders and tho process is fully described in tho patents Issued to a large manufac turer of a phosphato powder. Tho U S. Patent Ofllco Report gives a full and exact description, but tho follow ing extract is enough t "Burned bones, after being ground, nr...

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. — 25 May 1905

I Calumet Baking Powder Hoalth-Eoonomy Jake Shinn'8 "Dress Reform,, Jako Shlnn is urging a new dopar iro In women's garb for wear on windy days. "I got the idea whllo driving on tho east side this morn ing," ho told a reporter. "I Baw a woman hoeing in her garden. Tho wind was blowing in tho old fash ioned Kansas stylo, but it didn't an noy her a bit. Bho had fastened an iron barrel hoop around tho bottom of her dress. Every woman who lias occasion to go out on tho street on windy days ought to follow her ex ample. It is an idea in dress reform that I am proud to help further." Mr. Shlnn, who is best known as a chronic bachelor, was asked if ho would marry tho first slnglo woman who would adopt his stylo of dress reform, but ho side-stepped from habit. Tho Republic Is in a position to assuro any good looking girl that if sho will wear the new hoop skirt down Main street and past tho oillco of Mr. Shlnn that ho will como to time, all right. Mr. Shlnn owns sev eral acres of flno land,...

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. — 25 May 1905

DUTY OF THE CHURCH From the Washington Boo: There is a great deal that the church can do if it will in im proving the condition of the masses. Tho pulpit seems to have but one object in view, and that is to see who can build the largest church and make the greatest outside display. Another object which w a s about to pass our notice, the pulpit has in view is to increase its salary. The pulpit as well as the press can do a great deal in uplifting the dignity of the people. The Boo makes no criticism on dress. Everybody should look well, should dress well, and at the same time cul tivate good morals. The church should do all in its power te per suade the people to keep out of trouble and observe strictly tho laws. Thero are some sad scenes in our courts. The daily pr6 cossions that ma.ich in review of tho judges of both branches of the Police Court in this city are enough to convince anyone that there is something wrong. If the pulpit would exert tho same influence in reforming tho m...

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. — 8 June 1905

The Muskogee Cimeter Vol 6. luskocjQo, I T., Thupsdaij, dune 8, 1905. JVo. 55 THIEVES HOLD HIGH CARNIVAL They Should be Driven from the City and the Safety of Citizen's Property Secured. DAMON LODGE. In last week's issue as in former Issue this paper took a decided stand against vice and immorality and we believe that as soon as the article was read the king of the thieves, thugs and cyprians who infest our city ordered that an example ho made of the Oimeter outfit, and promptly on the following Sunday night our house -was burglarized, It is well known that there is a gang of fcheives who ply their trade in this place and ship their stol en goods to this town. These thieves can bo easily spoted as they can be seen any day dressed in line apparel parading the streets and at night the men follow the trade of burglary and robery, and the female por tion of the gang are engaged in their immoral calling, and thus the gang can live on the splen dor of the land from their ill gotton gains....

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. — 8 June 1905

Ai.flaiiiKi. Tho man who pays for a book on tho art of making money gets the in formation but tho other fellow goto tho money. Tho nnd of men Is an notion, and not a thought, though it woro tho noblest. Iluskln. , Crops on Tiled Lands. My attempt several years ago to got u catch of clover was a failure, aH tho clover froze out. But I sowed clover this spring with ryo and it caught. Tho ryo was sown last fall and mado a good growth over winter. The clover seed was sown this spring on tho last snow, nnd tho clover plants now (May 0) have two leaves on them and tho ryo Is a foot high. 1 tried to grow alfalfa and got a good start with It ahout soven years ago, hut It killed out tho winter tho ground was hare of snow and the frost went in deep. That was tho year my clover fro.o out. Hut slnco that tlmo tho alfalfa has hecn coming up be tween my fruit trees nnd looks thrifty. Moat of my farm is now tiled. I used to have a four-acro lot In one part of tho farm where thero wcro four or live...

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. — 8 June 1905

When Dewey Cried The following story of Admiral Dowey Is told by ono of the sailors who returned on tho Raleigh. Just before tho battle of Manila, when the order was given to strip for action, the smallest powder boy on tho flag ship dropped his coat overboard. He aslcud permission to jump after It, but was refused. Ho wont to tho si Jo ot Hits ship, dropped overboard, re covorrd his mat and was promptly ar rested for disobedience. Admiral Dewey spoke kindly to him, who be gan to weep, and said tho coat con tained hia mother's picture, which ho had just kissed, and he could not bear to see it lost. Dewey's eyes llllcd with tears. Ho fairly embraced the boy, and ordered him to be released, saying: "Hoys who love their moth ers enough to risk their lives for her picture cannot bo kept in irons on this fleet." Pattl Ha3 Earned $5,000,000 Mine. Patti's voice has brought nor In moro than livo million dollars. Hor best year's income was $350,000. Equal Suffrage in Iceland In Iceland men a...

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. — 8 June 1905

THE IJUBTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER E&T OF THE NE9RO BY CIMETER PUD, CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I. T., A3 SECOND CLAS8 MAIL MAT TER. W. H. TWINE R. WOOD, -J. T. TRIMBLE E. T. HEARNE - - Editor. . Ass't Editor. Gen'l Solicitor . City Reporter For Delegate to tho Constitution al Convention: A, G. W. Sango of Muskogee. The Tribal tax is not only making merchants loose sleep hut seems to worry your Uncle Samuel. Taxation without representa tion is unjust and it caused a h of a row in 1770. History can repeat itself and it may he done in theB. I. T. Muskogee is always in it and no matter which side in tribal, tax matter Greater Muskogee will have received an advertis ing that will recompense for the financial loss, and as our people are standing pat there is nothing to make us loose out. By actual count (including additions) wo have 17000 inhabi tants and still we are growidg; we will have 50,000 in five years in fpite of the Creek tax and the knockers, M...

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. — 8 June 1905

The prices below will convince the most sceptical that it pays to trade at A CASH HOUSE Hopg 3PQ somo of tViGm: High patent flour per 100, 2.90 1 Sac City and Waterloo corn Meal, nor bushel, - - - CO 3 for 2o Best Eating Potatoes - - 00 1 Canned Peas, 3 for - - - 25 Coin Special Hams, per lb., 15 Lard " " 10 ' ' Breakfast bacon 20 Smoked bacon, per lb.. 10 to 12 Dry Salt Meal, per lb., - 8 Canned Apricots, - - 2 for" 35 " Peaches - - 2 for 35 ' Pears - - 2for'35 String beans, 3 for 25 Hominy, 3 for - - 25 Kraut, 3 for - 25 Sweet Potatoes - - 25 Blackberries - - 10 Gooseberries 2 for 25 Pumpkins, 3 for - - 25 Tomatoes, 3 for - - 25 IN A GROCERY WE EVERYTHING THAT 'IS CARRIED HAVE, AND ARE ALL FRESH, CLEAN GOODS. Phone your orders or let us know and we will call for your orders. A Warm Imitator of Close Prices", These Prices are Cash Only. Yours for business, TEXAS GROCERY CO. COR. MAIN & DENISON PHONE JU.3. THE MODEL IDress jlsig Parlor. PHONE 320 PROPRIETORS. 612 S. 3RD ST. MUSK...

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. — 8 June 1905

MISS MARIA DUCHARME. Every Woman in America is Interested in This Young Girl's Experience, Aifflll!lflfl& PELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE. PE-RV-NA SAVED HER. Miss Maria Duoharuie, 182 St. Eliza both struct, Montreal, Can., writes: "I am satisfied that thousands of women sutler because they do not real ize how bad they really need treat ment and feel a natural delicacy in consulting a physician. "I felt badly for years, had terrible pains, and at times was unable to at 'tend to my daily duties. I tried to cure myndf, but finally my attention was called to an advertisement of Perunn in a similar case to mine, and I decided to (jive it a trial. "Ay Improvement began as soon as I started to use Peru tut and soon I was a well woman. I feel that I owe my life and my health to your wonderful medicine and gratefully acknowledge this fact. " Alnrla Ducharme. Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, for free medical advice. All correspondence str...

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