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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 21 December 1905

MAYOR WATTS IS ACCUITTED. Was Charged With Embezzling A Small Amounf of Money From A Fort Smith Firm. Wagoner, I. T. Mayor Charles G. "Watts was accquitted In the United States Court heso at 8 o'clock tonight ofStho charge of embezzling 839 from a fort Smith Firm. Tho jury was out just one minute, tho time to tako a vote. Mayor Watts was indicted in Mus kogeo last summer ho had been doing some collecting for a queenswaro firm, tho evidence today showed that ho had moromonoy duo him from tho com pany than tho company had against him. Thero was much interest in tho trial. It began at ono o'clock, and tho court room was crowded all afternoon. Character witnessess woro introduced, showing tho standing of tho defendent in tho community in which ho lived. Tho attorneys for tho defenso wero S. M. Rutherford, Deltoos Jiailey and L. 13. Pant. Tho prosecuting attornoy was E. E Kistler. A sensation was created in tho court eoom this afternoon when ono of tho attorneys for the defenso asked ono...

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 December 1905

.. American National .. INSURANCE COMPANY. Incorporated undor the Jaws of the State of Texas.) Sur Im to Ptlicy Holders $120,100.00 W. L. Moody, Pirsident. I. M. Kemper, Vice President. Jas. E. Quin, Secretary. DIKKCTOKS W. L. Moody, Jr., of W. L. Moody & Co., Bankers and Cot ton Factors, Galveston, Texas; Vice President Galveston Cotton Compress and Warehouse Com pany, Galveston, Texas; Vice President F. Cannon Commis sion Company, Galveston, Tex as. 1. II. Kempner, of H. Kemp ner, Galveston, Texas; Presi dent Texas Bank and Trust Company, Galveston, Texas; President Merchants National Bank, Houston, Texas Com missioner Finance and Revenue, City of Galveston. M. O. Koppel, Capitalist and Attorney at Law, Galveston, Texas. lion T. 1L Ball, fix-Congressman; Member firm An drews, Ball & Streetman, Hous ton, Texas; Attorney for Re ceivers Kirby Lumber Com pany. C. G. Pillot, of IIenke?&lPil lot, Houston, Texas; Vice Presi dent Artesian Ice and Refriger ating Company, Housto...

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. — 28 December 1905

CHRISTMAS NUMBER, SECTION ONE. The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 7 jtluskocjQQ, I.T., Thursday, DoeGmbcp 28, 1905. No 11 t "7" RED BIRD. Editor of Oi muter Ploaso allow space in your paper for a few lines to my people about Rod Bird. We spent a day at Red Bird and found the location much better than it is adver tised and will say that the TownsiteCompany has not gone far enough in advertising thai town. We found the ocation to exceed any in the country. Fine water and coal is right in the town. There, we saw more hogs than we had seen for years. NEGROES' LAST CHANCE. This is a a very bold state ment yet it is true. This is the Negro's last chance to get homes and increase his wealth, etc. On the 10th of December my wf and I purchased a tieki t a ticket at Perkins. 111., for Mus kogee, in the meantime we ol -seryed that four hundred honu seekers were aboard the train, all whites and themostof whom were land owners, having sold their property at a sacrifice to better their conditions. Besid s...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

DECIiEES 01? FASHION STYLES THAT HAVE THE FAVOR OF THE MOMENT. dlrctolro Cootume In Violet Broad cloth Ono of tho Season's Most Charming Confections Pretty Dress for Young Girl About Fur Coats. Colora to Suit Complexions. Tho brunotto, genuine, dark eyed dark halretL and of good color, la not a difficult typo to deal with, glvon a good complexion and almost every col or 1b hers, brown hair harmonizing with almost ovory shade. Black Is sol tfom becoming to t,hls typo, but Bho CAn wear cream, ivory, yellow, Indian fed, claret, cardinal, deop and pale Wuo, golden brown, fawn, putty color, tans, aoral pink, roso pink, old voso, torra coltn, and silver gray. Palo groon, whito, pnlo bluo, and yellow may bo safttly chosen for ovonlng wear. p Tho fair brunotto, sho of dark hair ntfd eyea of bluo, bluo gray, or vloVet, must tfso discretion in choosing hor COloTa. No strong, vivid tints for her nothing, In fact, that will destroy tho delicate tlnt of her skip. This doa ot moan tkat uoutral to...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

1ST Faretvell and Welcome Heenuse the Old Year dying lay, Tho wn lolling skies were sad mid gray, The winds wont sobbing on their way. Tho lonely lleld.i were brown nnd bare, Tho oaks, ho lately green nnd fair, Toasod alU their naked limbs In air. Tho brief dny faded Into night: ' Tho moon nnd stars were veiled from sight, And earth seemed covered with a blight. I woke the snd night fled forlorn! . Fair nsa planet newly born . i Tho enith arose to giect tho morn. ' Above a sun of fervid gold Tho lurutinlse nicy Its depth unrolled .' With arabesques of white ensorolled. A wreath of diamonds veiled eaeh tree; Where yesterday death seemed to be, A new white world nnjlled un at me. Ninette M. Lowater In N. Y. Sun. 4 TITTT AlilSlWIKStlB yJ2ZSOy (Copyright, 1905, by Dally Story Tub. Co.) W :i "I don't believe your father will ever consent, dear," George had aald, very gravely, his very shoulders bow ed under the weight o? his grief, lie was fully ID, and this was tho first time he had eve...

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. — 28 December 1905

THE IM6TEF?, "mmU9HD EVERY WEEK IN THE INTE& n9T Or THE NEQRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS' KOQEE, . T., A8 SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W. H. TWINE .... Editor. R,W00D, .... Ass't Editor. J. T. TRIMBLE - Gcn'l Solicitor E D. NICKBNS, Advertising Manager. Mr. E. D. Nickens is respon sible for ilie illustrated part of this edition. The cussing is due him. There will ho more splendid brick blocks creeled in Musko gee) during tho ensuing year. Wo not at a stand still, just moving right along. It looks like Cireat Muskogee rt et a public building Murphy can We all are vi the clandestine masons of the north end under consideration this week, but we will giv them due consideration in tho first issue of the New Year, these cusses need some hot shot and we have some of that kind of stuff in store for tjieni, and it's coining. Every train from the south brings emigrants asking for the colored town, lied Bird, and when they go homo singing the praise of the town and t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

TMAS NUMBER, SECTION TWO. skogee Cimeter. Vol 7 lusliogoG, I.T., FliLiPsclciy, IDoeombQi? 28, 1905. No 11 The Mm Vy- AmX? W" k J. i Aft AaHin;!a.r v .s. f , t'frai. fcratwiwiFK .&? -t. EX-JUDGE C. W. RAYMOND Who 'rv vl font ymvs sis Judge of the Western District of the 1 di u Toiritory, Mid wlio made a record for honesty and integri ty andsqu rj d ','ilin ; equaled by .few judges and excelled by i! me Jude Raymond will icside in Muskogee permanently. ..cie lie b.is mui h vdluable int( list. He is one of the Kcpubli ( in l'ader. and has an iinmenee folic wing in the hid. Ter. AN ES5AY ON, THE NEWSPAPERS, Tn a. certain little country school litjrary exercises are reg- j ularly indulged in wvery Friday afternoon during the term. A t welve-yearold boy road an orig inal essay on ''The Newspaper." The letter be composed read like this: Newspapers are sheets of pa pers on which stulf to be read is printed. The men look over the paper to see if their names is in it, and the wnnnien use ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

Didn't Need Cash An American judge, who used to wear very long, wnvy lmlr, nnd n very iioavy boar'l, one day wns on Ills way to court when lio was accosted by a little street bootblack, with nn - ex ceedingly dirty face, with Ills custom ary "Shine, sir?" He waB quite Importunate, and tho judgo, being Impressed with tho ter rible stato of tho boy's face, said: "1 don't want a shine, but if you will go juid wash your iaco I'll glvo you a dime." "All right, sir." "Well, let me see you do it." The boy went, over to tho hydrant and made his abulllton. Returning, ho held out his hand for the dime. Tho Judge said, "Well, you've earn ed your money; hero It Is." Tho boy said, "I don't -want your monoy, old fellow! You take it and havo your hair cut;" and forthwith scampered oil". UNSIGHTLY BALD SPOT. Caused by Sores on Neck Merclleco Itching for Two Years Mddo Him WIN Another Cure by Cuilcura. "For to years my neck was cov ered with sores, the humor spreading to my hair, which- fell out, lt...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

WITH THE HUMORISTS 80ME BRIGHT THOUGHTS AND WITTY SAYINQS. Another Proof of the Small Boy's Proverbial Luck Books Absolutely Necessary for College Education Fault of the New Memory System. Won on Points. . Tho animals wero playing football. The fox snapped the tmll back to the porcupine. 1 The porcupine started around the end with It. Whereupon the other animals fell upon the porcupine. Put they didn't do It a second time. Tho game ended right there. The Conservative. "And are you In favor of tho square deal?" t y asked of Senator Rebates. "Yes," replied tho senator. "In a modified form I'm for It. Of course, good, sano judgment will dictate that the corners ought to bo slightly round .ed off so that no one will bo Injured by tho sharp edges." Kansas City Times. Jealousy. "Why are people so angry about the trusts?" Inquired tho tourist from abroad. "Well," answered Mr. Dustln Stax, "after seeing how easily the trick was done, a good many are cross and dis appointed because they didn...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

irt , THE tylGTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN "THE INTFP' EST OF THE NEGRO DY CIMEtER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER f W. II. TWINE .... Editor. R. WOOD, . . . Ahs't Editor. J. T. TRIMBLE ficu'l Solicitor E U. NICKFNS, Advertising Alnnnjjer. A happy Xew Y?ar (o all. J ton. J. Milton Turner of St. Louis, who is a candidate for Re corder of Deeds at Washington, D. O.j is in the city as guest of Attorney L. T. Brown. Don't sign security notes for one year and you will find you have money anU'riuinu's JT on sign them you lose both. i , . When the time comes for the Frcedmou and the Indian to t ike sides with political parties Hint party that has done most tor the citizens of the various na tions will receive their support. It is easy to locate that party. rtmight not be a had idea for the laws of Oklahoma to ho ex tended over the Indian Terri tory, pending statehood. There are many ways in which, this would be advantageous. The "Klynn m...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

4 LESTER PIANOS Just; arrived at the BOLLINGER MUSIC HOUSE, it will will pay you to see them before buying. AVe have a fine variety of other makes. Tonus to suit the customer. Remember the place: T 1 0 11 iJVJj Jl lulliuliluflninn r viii urn iflifKrji) j-jitLt,.,MJ-.jreBjsra& M nil ICtyiflBKBSSfia. BOLINGER MUSIC HOUSE, J. s. browimlow, manager. ' 307 W. Broadway Circular Letter No. 1. Muskogee, I. T., 1905. To M. C. or U. S. S., Washington, D. C Dear Sir:-The Associated Press Dispatches from Washington, D. C. on December 10, 1005 says representative Murphy of Missouri addressed the house Committee on Territories Fri day and made some sensational remarks concerning the -influence he declared attempted to defeat the Prohibition' 'Amend ment to the Hamilton Statehood bill. Mr. ' Murphy displayed a telegram, which he and other Missouri iricmbers recived last night from St. Louis, reading as follows: All the brewing tikms of Missouri lNSTitucrED me to kindly- request you to vote aga...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

Muskogee Cimet'er. W. II. TWINE, Kill tor. MUSKOGEE. IND. TER. TlimrFdny December, 27, 1905. NEW STATE NEVS. Amos Ewlng has boon named as tho auctioneer or tho town lot salo to bo hold at Fawhuflka January 3. Carl Musgrovo, a lottor carrier at El Reno, was sentenced by .Judge Irwin to sorvo one year at Fort Leav enworth lor robbing a registered let ter or $600. Tho bid or Mason, Lewis & Co. or Chicago or $l(i,000 lor Oklahoma Cltya water and sower bond Issue or $160, 000 was rejected by tho city council, nnd bids will be received again on January 10, when tho city expects to receive $25,000. Tho Chickasaw council has asked congress to provide a law removing tho restrictions on the lands of tho Indians, Including homesteads. A momorlal to this Import will be for warded to Washington In time for con Bldoratlon by congress Immediately after tho holidays. MEMORIAL. r Church building Is the order or tho day at Tulsa. Two now churches will bo ready for dedication early in January, and...

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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

MEN HAVE HORROR OF DIMPLES. Willingly Pay Money for Removal of "Beauty Spots." Female scoffers who deny that men have been blessed by nature with so Deductive a charm as a dimple will change tholr tune when they hear wha the beauty doctor has to say on tho oubject. "Dimples are just as common among men as among women," says that apostlo of the good advantage. Board and mustache combine to hide their charm. Anyhow, men are not proud of dimples. They consider them a sign of effeminacy. Now that smooth faces are the fashion, the man with a dimple In cheek or chin Is hard put to It to hldo that boauly mark. In hla extremity he seeks relief from me. " 'What can I do with these devilish dimples?' sajp ho. " Tako 'em out,' I advise. '"Can you do it?' ho asks. " 'Sure says I. " 'All right,' says he; go ahead.' "Then I begin treatment. In the past year I have removed sets of dim ples from men's faces that any woman of tholr acquaintance wouldl have paid $100 for. All men with money to spend ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

C5v3ngm&GSKX 2 rwiiJnBWiafE3ijr.tMWrfrttiittjrtifciait Scntl the blank bolow to our address and receive one of tho best magazines on the market I oday. The Cimeter and Adams Magazine $1.00 per year. , Please send mo Adams iMaga zine for one year. Name Post Offlee County State FOR KENT 500 acres of land in cultiva (ion, known as the Peters land about four miles west of lus kogoe. CI ood laud. t Price reas onable. See or write Dr. R. II. Watkim-'oho. Iuskogee. 1. T. MILS. A. -'. STKWIiK, .'Medium and Specialist. Cuics Female Troubles, Diarro hoa, Dyspepsia, Sick lleadat'he, Ner vousness and Painful Menstruation Call or wiite MRS. A. Ci. 'STEELE, P. O. Box 7.r). Chccotnh, I. T. .Ui I LJO..UJ 4-UUU Tici nro f nr ntcfrii nt Hip ?, lit unk " iiiMr ijiui. iit .ijiuuii in HWv UioORIQIUAL SOllUUL, I Wm & Founiiocl III I LOO. .Sueu. ful gruniiiUo r'i. l.rro Aiiutl In Imrntlll (N 11m ni. Wmtl.r 1 JMMV ( utlece I nff Cour o nil 1 r;nrf. Ijiw loiire l'fc"rl Torilifc. buocMIOttorrii' . F'...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

OUR MEN ASSAULT GIRL MISS BESSIE HEISLER TAKEN FROM ESCORT TO WOODSAT POINT OF REVOLVER, Festus, Mo., Dec. 27. The community is greatly excited here over the ('net that Miss Bes sie Heislor, 18 years old, was ta ken from her escort, Mervin George, at the point of a revol ver, by four men last Saturday night as the couple was return ing from a Christina f eve enter tainment, forced to go into the woods, where she was assaulted, and then iili'wed to go home, arriving almost unconcious. Oharley Kelley, Marry IBozarth, Paul Bischer and Win. Mason have been arrested on warrants. IJozarth is'a nephew of Miss Meisler's uncle, with whom she has been visiting for three mouths. Phoenix. The above shows that others besides the Kegro 'commit the brutal and heil.sh crimeoi rape, js'o brute can commit a moie devlish crime than the white brutes above named and one was a kinsman. Mad these scions of hell just blackt ned their faces as is their eiibtoni when committing such out rages, -then four -Ne...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

r wwjwuiuwmmi ' t - .MVhyyr GUIDED BY BIBLE TEACHINGS New England Manufacturer Conducts His Large Business on t Christian Principles. HHf-? HI B IIEMKrMFSHlPtitiB-? 'm M i rTrrnrnni Willi MHrr ir H HiinTIiltffllHJ I HHflHBIifflMflBWfeffl few Miai&4;F$ Wwi& 4fc5KS?MEK??SW ifeJ'? HBHMipflniiiftmf I K X'V V'f vlU X jAzSmmm i i iii mrL JLjF fXjSftSmi l 32 soon or .hope. I fIPlM i 1 If ,&h& to&1TOP1 I naHHannlniiMBaBaMBHnHHMi Every morning beforo tho wheels and shuttles of u big slipper company at Worcester, Mass., are set in motion a half-hour prayer service is conduc 'itvl by tho owner of the factory, .7. lroscott Grosvonor. "While tho ma chinery of the neighboring plants Is vhlrring and cjanklng, the strains of a hymn may bo heard coming from this big brick building. There Is a brief scripture rending, a prayer, an other hymn, and then tho signal is given, tho steam is turned on, nnd tho confusing roar of a bjg shoo fac tory takes the placo of tho Sabbath calm. Mr....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

INVIED STORY TELLER'S GIFT. ALL WARSHIPS OUTCLASSED BY THIS MARINE MONSTER Made Presence of Mind a Very Sec ondary Consideration. C. K. Sober was showing a group of Pennsylvania statesmen over his famous chestnut farm near Shamo kin. "I have boon told," said an insur ance Inspector, "that on a good chest nut farm each tree yields $100 profit. "That Is impossible." said Mr. So ber, laughing. "That Is quite Impos sible. It is such a whopper that it reminds mo of life In the west. . "A friend of mine sat ono cold night before the red-hot stove in a western saloon. "At the bar a number of tall stor ies wore being lojd. Every man had an Illustration to present of his own bravery or generosity or Lothario Ism. Ono chap said: 'I was once crossing a long, high, one-track rail road bridge on the ties when I soon a train coming toward me. The bridge was too narrow for mc to draw to ojuo side or the other and to jump into the boiling waters below meant sartln death. In a Hash I grasped tho sit...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 December 1905

-&vnmr "KBtKBXtaamxmatg. t vmrnKmammmumrt amnMtii&-wa pm- h'Ww-bk Hw-srr- waste. Now, you sco why I say it is his last chance. If you delay the white man will have it. Then the old, man will hea of by-gone opportunities. Do not take chances in the crowded states. The laud horc in the Creek Nation grows from 00 to 100 busshels of corn per acre, 1 tolf bales of cotton. J, II. JOHNSON, Red Bird, I. T. Send the blank below to our address and receive one of the best magazines on the market today. The Cimeter and Adams Magazine 51.00 per year. Please send me Adams Maga zine for one year. Name Post Oflico County . . . State DR. JESSIE C. DICKERSON, Special attention to diseases of women and children. Suite 17, Jones Building OFFICE IIOUKS 9 to 10 a. m. PHONE 747 2 to -1 p. m. 7 to 9 p. m. ' "If vou have anything to trade or sell in the way of Ileal estate, write to jmmiieu keal Estate Agency Co.. 810 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. It makes no difference what you pant to sell or where it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 January 1906

-&&4 3 The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 7 JLuskogog, I.T., Thursday January 4, 1906. No 12 CHEROKEE FREEDMEN Their Treaty Rights Set Fomth in the Following Article. . Muskogee, I. T., Dec. 27, 1005. To the Cherokee Freednien of the Indian Terrritory: Every disaster which has hitherto he fallen the vested treaty rights of the Cherokee Freednien and free persons of color, entitled to participate in the Cherokee public possession as provided and stipulated for in the Ninth Article of the Treaty of 18G0, has arrisen out of neglect, lack of due diligence and absolute refusal of said Cherokee Freed nien to accept and act upon the advice of persons friendly to them and acquainted with the legal m eans and processes necessary to the protection of said freednien and their deceit da'its in tlu peaceful possession of their rights referred to above At last we have come to the margin and are passing admidst ' the dissolution of the so-called five Indian governments into the responsible conditio...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 January 1906

V REPORT OF INDIAN COMMISSIONER Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks, Cherokees and Delawares. INDIANS LISTED NUMBER 91,637 Figures From Five Civilized Tribes Approved by the Depart ment of Interior Washington, D. C A total of 01, 037 persons have been enrolled as citi zens of the different nations compos ing tho Five Civilized Tribes of Indians In tho Indian Territory, according to tho report of tho commis sioner of Indians affairs at" tho closo of tho fiscal year of tho government. This number includes only approved names that have been submitted to and passed upon by tho department of the Interior. Tho citizens aro classified as follows: Choctaws by blood, 15,808; Choctaws by intermarriage, 1,407; Choctaw f reed men, 5251; children born to Choctaw citizens since Septombor 25, 11)02, and prior to March 4, 1005, 1202. Mississippi Choctaws, 1233. Chickasaws by blood, 4050; Chickasaws by intermarriage, 508; Chickasaw freedmen, 4005; children born to Chickasaw citizens sinco Sep tember 25, 10...

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