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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 14 July 1904

MUSK0Q66 cimeter. -.ns. Vol. 5 Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, July 14, 1904- Number 4q 6 NEGROES SELECT NATIONAL TICKET Put up Scoft of Illinois, Payne of Virginia as Candidates. The Negro Liberty party yes terday nominated William T. Scott of East St. Louie, 111 , for President, and W. C. Pajneof Warrenton, Va.. for vice presi dent of thu United States. The choice of candidates was reached after a spirited contest, lasting for over an hour, during which the unanimous nomination was tendered to and declined by S. P. Mitchell, 'he Democratic chair man of the Liberty league. The nominee for Preside nt is a native of Newark, Ohio, of free parentage, and 60 yeais of age. He received a common school education in the free schools of Ohio, and learned the barber trade. In 1862 he enlisted in the United States navy as a ward room steward on the receiving ship Victoria. In 1863 he went to Cairo. Ill , where he opened a hotel, and later published Cairo Gazette, and established the firs...

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. — 14 July 1904

$((jMMiwtoSailfw jrpOTmwMWMyryB'xw'i'w'1''"'"'11"' t P' I I GIRL HAD QUICK WIT. right Answer Set Russian Diplomat to Pondering. At a reception given to the Rus tiian Symphony Association in the Brevoort House re cently, the Russian Consul, General, M. de Lodygensky, had a merry bit of reparteo from an American girl that gave him some thing to think about. "I wanted to say something apropos to her," he said to a friend; "she was so pretty. Sho looked as if sho might bo athletic, played golf, and all that." " 'Ah, miss, I inquired, 'do you lovo outdoor sports? " 'Oh, I do'i't know,' she replied coy ly; 'If they're not too old. Are you one?' "New York Times. UNKNOWN TRIBE OF AFRICANS. Explorer Finds People of Whom Noth ing Has Been Told. Between 1895 and 1900 that courage-, ousoxplorer, Major Gibbons, employed in determining the territory between the Zambesi and Kafuklve rivers, in King Lewanika's dominions, western Bnrotscland, had the good fortune to discover the springs of the Zambe...

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. — 14 July 1904

. . . v n.-. . r ec.j FLOOD DISTRICTS REVISITED 1 Damage From Floods May Equal Tha of Last Year KANSAS CITY: Ma'yor Gilbert of Kansas City, Kas., has sent the fol-) lowing inossago to tho secretary of war at Washington: Ten thousand people have been driven from their homes in Kansas City, Kas.. by tldod. I earnestly re quest that you direct commander at Fort Leavenworth to issue rations as' we may need." ! This message was occasioned by tho floods which may equal those of last year. Tho Kaw river has over flow its banks and has now covered the west bottoms, or wholesale dis tricts. Tho Armourdalo district of Kansas City, Kas., has reen deserted, its In habitants having been driven from their homes by tho overflow of tho Kaw river for tho second time within thirteen months. All Kansas streams are high, and thousands of acres of rich farming land has already been inundated,' causing losses to crops which will doubtless run into ' tho hundreds of thousands of dollars. Farmers at a doze...

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. — 14 July 1904

fifr ""inmiHuwwagwahtf! THE CIMETER Published every wnek in the in torti rf tiio Negro by the Ci-mfalor Publishing Co. W. II. TWINE - - - - Editor.' R. WOOD, AsVtTMitor and Alimnffor. , .1. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor.' Kntcrod at the Post Office at Muskogee I.T. as second class mail matter. greatest missionary of lite day. And now the minister who goes around harping op some hobby and hasn't love enough for his race to pay one dollar for a pa per and edited printed by his own race is not even a striking resemblance to say the least. Chickasaw Rival. 1 SUBSCRIPTION; (In advance; OnoYuir $L0 Six Months )(J I'hroo Months 25 Jf the cuss 'hat stele our hog, our chickens, our wood and coal, don't steer clear of our backyard therowill be a trial of marksman ship with a shot gun as the instrument. Co & Carry a Full Line of & BEST IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, HARNESS, SEEL) and EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE . . $100,000 is availablo at once fov the salaries of teachers in i.ur public schnol...

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. — 14 July 1904

TOOK ONE BALLOT THAT WAS ALL IT TOOK DEMO CRATS TO SELECT LEADERS . .MIDGE PARKER WAS ALL ALONE IN RACE Democratic Leaders Name Presiden tial Candidate With One Vote Resolutions Unanimously Adopted Only One Little Skirmish A ! . Democratic National Ticket. ; ir For President Judge Alton Brooks Parker J New York. A For Vice President . Ex-Senator Henry T. Davis of West Virginia. Of-K t .ft4'24 Tito democratic national convention met in the exposition building nt St. Louis, Wednesday, July GLh. Promptly nt twelve o'clock Chairman James K. Junes, of the national committee called the convention to order. His appear ance upon the platform brought forth cheering. Chairman Jones directed the sergeant at arms to secure order. It was a considerable time before quiet could bo restored. Tho chairman appointed Col. J. M. Guffey of Pennsylvania and M. F. Tar pey of Calitornia to escort Mr. Wil liams to tho chair. As tho platform was enclosed by a railing it was nec essary for the committee and M...

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. — 14 July 1904

(LtVrtvziw mvmivMtstkWuiUiKiiisrmtmm wvimmmmwjmH'tmi'f,ufMtKWMMmH HOW HIGHBALL WON THE DERBY. w II a 11 Glorious Race Furnished Inspiration for Poet's Song of the Strenuous Steeds. The West against the ICn.st contending, Has sent her champion to the fray, On hlltho High JJall our eyes uro bond In g The sluggard liolds the right of way. Whorc'H Jrlsh I,ad, the Now York won der, Whose deeds have set the turf on lire? Ills lioof heats ring lllcu rumbling thun der Ills Titan heart will never tire! Which horse will win the Derby laurel? Will Woodson snatch the Croesus prize? Will Highball coiuiuer In the quarrel, Or English Lad the world surprise? Itapld Water, too, may loom as master J3lg brother to the boisterous breeze, WW ),ii!I m. 2K "How the frenzied crowd is shout ing, as English Lad bends to the chase!" Hlltho Highball's stride seems surely faster Than surging foam from wind swept seas. Tls Derby Day, our glorious season. When summer swoons upon the land, To back the bangtails is...

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. — 14 July 1904

Bring Flowers. Bring flowers, young flowcra, for tho festal board, To wioatho tho cup crc tho wlno Is poured: Bring flowers! they aro springing In wood ami vale, Their breath floats out on tho southern gale. And the touch of tho sunbeam hath waked the rose, To deck tho hall where the bright wlno flows. Bring flowers to strew In the conqueror's path IIo hath shaken thrones with his stormy wrath; IIo conies with tho spoils of nations back, The vinos Ho crushed In his chariot's track, Tho turf looks red where ho won the day Bring flowers to die In tho conqueror's way! Bring flowers to the captive's lonely cell, They have talcs of the Joyous woods to tell; Of the free blue streams and the flowing And tho bright world shut from his lan- They will bear him a thought of the sun ny hours And u dream of his youth bring him flowers, wild flowers! Bring flowers, fresh flowers for the brldo to wear! They were born to blush in her shining hair. She is leaving tho home of her child hood's mirth, ...

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. — 14 July 1904

Mrtsfef- Jt ye'WI&wii'wmwMimmumn'tMmtMwmw'tmmw iii,iniiT11 TJji'MlwNiWl!ms3M THE WOMAN'S CORNER CHATS ON TOPICS OF THE BOU DOIR AND KITCHEN. Some of the Latcct Designs In Gar mentsGold Bullion Very Popular In Make-Up of Summer Confections Little Hints. Gold Bullion In Favor. Gold bullion plays no small part In tho make-up oC summer confections. Among the girdles of tho moment are those of cloth of gold, embroidered In silk Mobs in small designs, the color of the embroidery matching that of tho frock with which tho girdle is to bo worn. A palo blue pongee silk has a deeply pointed girdle in cloth of gold, embroidered with small fleur-de-lis in palo blue silk. A sago green otamlno costume shows a cloth of gold erush girdle, embroidered in disks nearly an inch in diameter. &ssaw (gCiicfaen Orange or wlno jelly is preferable to u heuvy dessert on a warm day. Mint sauco hiuy now bo bought in bottles just as catsup or pickles arc put up. Brown paper moistened in vinegar will polis...

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. — 14 July 1904

The Negro who will sell hifc vote ought to be disfranchised and there are several of that kind in Muskogee. Our reporter says that one of the candidates for P. M. did not vote at all. Thin cuss will see ghosts about two months hence. Look at the vote last spring in the 1st and 2nd wards, then look at the vote of Tucstdoy and you can sec where tiio "leek iss," the lilies did net vote and when they did well. Dp, R, M. Counterman of Eu faula, Dr. J. M. Lemons of Ok mulgee, and Dr. M. P. Williams of Muskogee, compose the Board of Medical examiners for the Western district. A minister wno is always dodging around trying to sell his vote and that yt his congrega tion is a servant of the devil and instead of reaching the peany gates will wind up in hell. whoweie cusning out the court house gang, forget that but for the fellows they cuss some of thm would no' be en the run finm here as thy ran from Tex- I a?, and but for the same gang t there would have been several lynchings in this nation...

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. — 14 July 1904

?f Muskogee Ci meter. W. B, TWINE, Kdltor. MUSKOGEE, . . IND. TEB. NEW STATE NOTES. Bogga is to start an oil well at once. It la said that there aro over sixty flourhig mlllH lii Oklahoma, and only one sack of flour la on exhibition at the World's fair. Illnton will celebrate tho opening of the now country August Cth. Gover nor Ferguson has accepted an Invita tion to address tho gathering. WATSON NAMED i INDIAN TERRITORY SCHOOLS Tho Frisco has established through Bervlco from Ardmoro to Durant and points east. The first load of Kay county wheat tested sixty-two pounds to the bushel und brought seventy cents. Tho Ardmoro Oil company has let a contract for tho sinking of Its well lo John Davidson, an experienced oil man. Tho well Is to bo sunk a dis tance of 2,000 feet. D. J. Goodwin, deputy marshal at Alderson, had his left hand blown olf by a giant firecracker July 4thf and amputation at tho wrist was necessary. At a joint meeting of the Lawton Club and tho Commercial Club at Lawton...

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. — 14 July 1904

A Blow at Bachelorhood In addressing the Cornell student! Shis year President Schurman broke iway from the beaten path of bac Mlaureate counsel and exhorted the jraduates In regard to duties which ire generally left to their own discret on. "I feel deeply," he said, "that svery young man should look forward !o providing for a wlfo and family, which Is beyond doubt the chief bless ing vouchsafed to man In this earthly sareer. I have no patlenco with the college graduates who deliberately Dlect bachelorhood, whov social circle is the club and whose religion Is a refined and fastidious epicurean Ism. It would not bo worth while maintaining colleges and universities for the production of froth like that SAVED CHILD'S LIFE. Remarkable Cure of Dropsy by Dodd't Kidney Pills. Sedgwick, Ark., July 11. The case of W. S. Taylor's little son is looked upon by those interested in medical matters as one of the most wonderful 3n record.' In this connection his father makes the following statement:...

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. — 14 July 1904

MANY HOURS SAVED ON FRISCO NEW TRAIN SERVICE, The Frisco f now opwstinc: a through pnspenger train between Hope, Ark., and Sherman, Tex as, via Ashdowr., Hugo, Durant, Mead Junction and Denison. The west dound leaves Hope at 8:05 a. ni., Ashdown at 0:29; a. m., a-rives at lingo, 1:05 p. m., connecting with limited train which rochen St. Louis at 7:20 and Kansas City at 7:10 next morning', it also connects at this point with train for Paris, Texas, The new train th'jn leavua Hugo at 335 p.m.. after arrival of the fast train from St. Louis, reaches JDurant at 5:50 p. m. Denison at 7:00 p. m. and Sher man at 7:20 p. m, Tho east bound train leaves Sherman at 9:20 a. m , Denibon at 9:40 a. in , Durant 10:52 a. m., arrives at Huo 1 :00 p. m., con necting with limited train for St, Louis and Kansas City and with train for Paris, Texas, leaves Hu o at 3:30 p. m., after arrival of tdA train from St. Loute, arrives A?hdown 7:01 p, m.t Hope at 8: 25 p. m. liy this service passen gers living ad...

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. — 21 July 1904

T6 MUSK0Q66 GimnT.ci . Vol. 5 Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, July 21, 1904 Number 41. GREAT REPUBLICAN MASS MEETING. The Political Meeting ot What Note. We have noticed in the recent i issue of the Searchlight that At torney Jones and his sympathis ers have changed the oall for the convention just a little bit, but not enough to make the oall what it should be; and that is for the convention of colored men exclusively. The call is misleading and serves to trickery of the worst kind and character. If men de sire to further their own political interest, they should do so on the square. We believe that the ambition o any man or set of men to be po litical leaders, is laudable; but dcn't believe that the people should be imposed upon p.nc? tricked into a convention in or der to satiate the ambition of pome fellow who desires political preferment. That call cf Jone et al, emi nated from a caucus held in Jones' office and the agreement of that caucus was, that a con vention compose...

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. — 21 July 1904

Muskogee Ci meter. W. H. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. NEW STATE NOTES. Yalo will Celebrate her Beconri an nlvorsary with a picnic August Js' mid 2d. W. J. Sullivan has boon appointed travoling freight und passenger ngcnl of the Mldlaud Valley road ,ut Mu kogce. The town ol Phillips, a suburb ol Coalgulo, has petitioned the United States court at Atoka for authority t Incorporate. The city council at Hobarl has levied a tax at the rato of seventeen inllls. Fou i mills aro for water ami for fire supply. The Missouri, Kansas & Texas Rail road company has suffered more from Tijgh water in Kansas and the Indian Territory this year than over before j.ln tiro history of that line. iM. Tho five-year-old child of Bryant i 4 Church, living near Stroud, was In , Htantly killed by falling under the . wheels of a steam thresher last week. Jim Phillips, while resisting arrest , at McLoud, was shot by MaYshal Mc Coy. Tho bullet struck Phillips In , tho lower jaw, fracturing that pari -ol...

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. — 21 July 1904

Nine Points of Law In a reprint from its old files, the London Times recently made use of the expression, "eleven points of the law." This has started the inquiry ns to how many points of the law there are, the general prejudice being in favor of nine. Brewer's Dictionary of Pliraso and Fable gives the follow ing nine requisites for success in a law suit: 1. A good deal of money. 2. A good deal of patience. 3. A good cause. . A good lawyer. 5. A good counsel. G. Good witnesses. 7. A good jury. 8. A good judge. 9. Good luck. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Hundreds of dealers say the extra quantity and superior quality of De fiance Starch Is fast taking place of all other brands. Others say they can not sell any other starch. A Trip to Colorado, Utah or California is not complote unless it embraces the most beautiful resorts and grand est scenery in Colorado, which aro found on the Colorado Midland Rail way, tho highest standard gauge lino in tho world. Exceptionally low sum mer round trip ...

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. — 21 July 1904

I THE CIMETER, Published every week in the in terest rf the Negro by the Citneter Publishing . o W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. SUBSCRIPTION; (In advance) One Year 1.00 Six Months 50 Fhroo Months 20 The oily wants to vote bi-nds again for water works, it seems rnat the present eondition is worse. There are over 4000 citizens of the Creek nation that cannot be found, many of them are freed-nien. Our youn; men should save tlirir means and buy a home, Dcn't threw away your means in riotous living. The call for the convention has been clumued a little but still has Ihe ear works of a political trick that has proven old. There is no question now about Muf.kogee being in the center of tin greatest eil field in the West. The wells that are beng brought in irrow better and better. Perfect titles can now be had in the Indian Territory and there is no excuse for our people to wait. Come now before the rush and buy a farm while the p...

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. — 21 July 1904

45,000 MEN OUT MEAT PACKING PLANTS ARE DE SERTED BY EMPLOYES STRIKERS ARE EXPECTING A LONC FICHT Will Equal the Anthracite Strike of two Yeart Ago Work All Cleared Up Before Men Go Out Difference in Wages of Unskilled Workmen CHICAGO: As a result ot a stub born disagreement, chiefly over wages lor unskilled labor, one of the most extensive strikes in the history ot the meat packing industry of the United States began in Chicago, Kansas City; Omaha, St. Joseph and other cities where largo packing plants are lo cated. If prolonged, the strike is ex pected to cause widespread inconven ience, possibly equaling the anthra cite coal famine of two years ago. Tho unanimity of the strike was complete. More than 45,000 employes are directly involved. In Chicago alono 18,000 men aro on strike. The effect of the strike on the food supply of the country and the price ot meats is being earnestly discussed, notwithstanding announcement that tho packing houses, contrary to some what general expecta...

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. — 21 July 1904

-Ptimis-ZM. jjj j DECISION GIVEN PRECEDENT ESTABLISHED IN RULING OF DEPARTMENT LAST YEAR OF EXISTENCE INDIAN AGENT STOPS THE SALE OF LAND Petitioner Recited She Was a Freed man, While Rolls Showed She Wao Listed as a Half Blood Matter De termines Who Can Sell Land MUSKOGEE: Tho most important decision given out by the interior de partment was tho ono recently decided establishing tho precedent which tho land buyers havo been longing lor ever since tho restrictions wore re moved from tho freodmon'a land In tho terrltroy. Tho troublo has been thnt tho bill Jead, "And all allottees not or In dian blood, etc., shall havo tho right to sell their lands without restric tion," and tho fact that there were a good many citizens who woro enrolled as frecdmen, but had Indian blood In their veins, kept tho land buyers guessing whether to buy land of the l'roedman who was of Indian blood, and many of them would not buy at all, as tho banks would not make loans on tho land bought from a freedman w...

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. — 21 July 1904

tw&ZiW&Y&mam'iWiiiv9im9w mrmmmH9m9mm'miM'mmtoiAtBm, rc 8o of WaSI Street. I came to a room on the thirtieth floor That was dingy and dark, with paint rom the door; With small, battered desk and rickety chairs And a calendar showing tho Bulls and the Bears, The man at the desk was wolf-eyed and thin; With trousers well worn and shoe heels run In. But he smiled to himself as a schemer will smllo And fondled his letters (stereotyped) In a pile. The letters that told of the wonderful gains In "corners" of copper and cotton and grains. "Ono hundred on barley" and then tho advance (And you'd own your own yacht and a chateau In France) Cried 1: "Who believes that stuff you have here?" And he said with a wink and he said with a leer: "Lambs! I'm shcailng lambs!" Cotton and corn! Cotton and corn! Bring In tho lambkins that Ihey may be shorn: Corner tho cotton and unload the leather-Fools and their money and Wall street together. I came to a HUite on" the very first floor And a pa...

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. — 21 July 1904

If' 21 PEOPLE KILLED COLLISION ON EASTERN ILLINOIS KILLS AND INJURES MANY EXCURSION TRAIN RUNS INTO FREIGHT HE SWINDLED TEXAN9 Sunr.iy School Picnic Returning Home Meets With Frightful Accident In ji if Are Placed at Sixty Twenty Oi r Killed CHICAGO: A cuIIIhIoii on the Chicago & Eastern UlinoiH railway bo tweeu Chicago Heights unci Glenwood, about twenty-flvo miles out from the city, caused the loss of twenty-one lives and the Injury of three score more. The train, on which a Sunday school picnic was riding, crashed into a freight train at a switch. Tho picnic train was on the right hand track going north, and tho freight was on tho left track. A mis placed switch threw tho picnic train uvor on tho loft track, and beforo tho engineer could apply tho brakes it ran at forty mllos an hour Into the rear of the freight. Tho engine, bag gage car and first coach of the picnic train woro demolished, and all of the killed and Injured wore on tho engine and in the two cars. In explanatio...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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