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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 March 1906

IS A PEACEMAKER. Ftncsldcnt Roosevelt Writes Ifctlei' to John Mitchell. Now, York. John Mitchell, pres ident United Mine Workers, Fran cis L. Itobbins, president Pittsburg Coal company, W. C. Perry of the Southwestern Coal association, and B. F. Bush, of Gould soft coal in terests held a long conforonco and it was decided to hold a national con vention of tho United Mine Work ers at Indianapolis, March 15, and try to reach an agreement with tho operators and thus avoid tho strike sot for April 1. Th0 president's letter to Mitchell follows: "Wliito House, Washington, D. C, Feb. 24. I note with very great concern the failure of your lato con vention on tho joint interstate agreement to come to a basis of set tlement of the "bituminous mining scalo of wages. You, in this busi ness havo enjoyed a great industrial peaco for many 'years, thianks to a joint trado agreement that has re sulted in tho action of your succes sive conventions. "Tho strike such as is threatened en. April 1st, is ...

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. — 1 March 1906

K i 5i ' r R P ft 1 THE IjmeTEF?, PUOUSHEO EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EST Or THENEORO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I T., A3 SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W H. TWINE .... Editor. It WOOD Ass't Editor. J. T. TRIMBLE - - Gen'l Solicitor E D. N1CKENS, Advertising Manager. The blue mark on your pa per means subscription out and paper staits at once. The democrats are up in the air. they don't know whether they are ai'oot or horseback but they do know that they can't elect the whole ticket again. Let the lepublicans nominate a ticket composed of business men and the battle will be one that will do honor .to our party and hi ing victory to our banner. The newspaper repoits a Ne gro fined $50.00 and sentenced to six moulds imprisonment in Texas lor Uis&ing a white girl, we have nothing to say about this only that if a lot of those fellows m Texas were given the baine dose for the same ofl'cnse with colored women there would be less amalgamation, Atty G. W. P. Br...

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. — 1 March 1906

r .J EVOLUTION OF THE AUTO Many Centuries Ago Great Minds Were Grappling With the Problem Roger Bacon's Prediction Early in tho dawn of human intelli gence there came tho dream of unre stricted, individual locomotion. It was toward the end of tho thirteenth century says R. T. Sloss in his "Boole of the Automobile,' that tho loarnoJ Franciscan friar, Roger Bncont wrote: "We will be able to propel carriages with incredible speed without tho as sistance of any animal." At the same time ho predicted tho coming of the steamship and tho flying machine. Tho scientific character of Bacon's im agination has been completely vindl- was propelled by tho reactionary force, or kick, of a jet of steam escap ing from a nozzlo in the rear. In 17G9 Nicholas Joseph Cugnot, with state funds placed at his disposal by the Due do Choiscul, constructed a steam gun carriago and tho following year ho produced an improved auto which is still preserved in Paris. The machine had but threo wheels, tho boiler ove...

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. — 1 March 1906

IT . ft.- w u I ? i Muskogee Cimeter. XV, II. TWINK, Editor. MuslcoBoo, I. T., March 1, 190G. INDIAN TEKKlTOltY NEWS. A company has been organized at Martinsville to sink a test "woll. A company has boon organized to Iwild a free bridge over the Durdiaon creek at Gritts. Two oar loads of homoseokera hnvo arrived at Muskogeo and will settle In that vicinity. About 200 acros of potatoes havo boon planted near Fort Gibson, and tho good work goes on. Mrs. Hoso Bryan of Clovoland Is tho mother of a baby whjlch weighs only one and a half pounds. Paul C. Williams has been ap pointed U. S. deputy at Muskogeo under Marshal Loo 13. Bennett. Sklatook has struck It. A well recently shot developed such forco as to blow tho top of tho derrick off. Sulphur has organized a club to Increaso the population to 30,000. It Is known as tho Thirty Thousand club. Tho Musk'Ogoe dallies, Times and Democrat, havo been consolidated and will bo known as Times-Democrat. Tho St. Louis Business Mon's league has se...

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. — 1 March 1906

- AY A K MUCH TOO PRECIOUS TO LOSE. The Bartender's Mistake Corrected by the Rollicking Youth. ' Tho rollicking youth camo Into the uptown cafe a llttlo wobbly and leery, but with something oC a look of tri umph, withal. Tho well-meaning bar tender logarded him critically a mo .ment, and then, In a tone of confi dence, said to him: "Say, I can mix you up something that will km ck that jag of yours dead in less than ten minutes," and ho be gan mixing. "Wazzat?" said tho wobbly youth, bracing himself and closing one eye to get a better focus on tho barten der. "Miss up sussln t' knocks zls zhag? Why, lmlly g hie gee! 'Sma'r you? I been all af'noon c'lec'n the goods t' goh zls zhag, 'neh cos more'n sev hie sev'n dorrars, 'n I've zhls star' dout t' glv't an airln', 'n heio's a duck wa'st' butt In 'n miss up sussln' t knock't dead ih tem hlc temmlnco. Say, son! Y'zshls miss mo up a Scoshshigh ball! Ussstamme'.' Miss mo up a Scoshshigh ball, by gee, 'n leh 'n leh 'n leh ziss zhag o' mine ...

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. — 1 March 1906

SMABT LITTLE JOKES -&. HOT FROM THE PENS OF THE HUMORISTS. t: Mf f- gyjtfUt? c&tzzy czzpz (Copyright, 190C, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) Andrews hnd como to the point whero ho hnd to tell somebody else of his groat happiness. As long ns there hnd been no assurance that Ills lovo was returned, ho had proud ly nnd resolutely eschewed confi dants, but now that the thing was settled oven beyond bis most san gulno hopes, an equal sense of prldo and determination assailed him to Bharo his glorious secret with the world. It wns after 10 o'clock, and ho had already frittered away tho best pnrt of two hours dreaming before tho fire, reading sentimental nonsense nnd poring over tho photograph which had arrived in tho afternoon post. It wns tho picturo of a strikingly beautiful woman, hovering close on thirty. Tho eyes wero wide nnd intent nnd full of a charm that nearly everybody realized without analysing; tho mouth below, wns soft and humid and laugh ing. Tho red of her cheeks appear ed...

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. — 1 March 1906

RENTIESVILLE, I. T. Rentiesville is a beautiful little town located on the M., K. & T. rail road. There are about! thirty or mono town lots yet to bo sold. If you want a good home now is the time to buy while the lots are cheap. T.iis is a handsome property! for res idences. For further information call on or write J. J. Hudson, no tary public, Rentiesvllle, I.T. "We have two churches tJhe Mis sionary Baptist and A. M. B. church. Rev. N. A. Roberson Is pastor of the Baptist nd the Methodist are with out a pastor just now, but will call one in the near future. Both churches have well attended Sunday schools. WLion in Rentiesville call on the colored business firms and see the Irnew? they are making. Rentiesville townsite meeting met lr.st Friday night, it was quite an interesting meeting. Mr. J. P. Pointer has a full line of staple and fancy groceries. He h'?s built an addition to his store. Mr. W. M. Rentie is do-ing an ex cellent business handling several hund.i.cd dollars wort...

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. — 1 March 1906

WWWWtWWWwyTWWMlJM'lJH'll' JWW 'rTTStMt i I ; vt M k F rff k r II J H, J y K. fj ,.1! FOR EMERGENCIES AT HOME And for the Stock on the Farm .NOTHING EQUALS LT2 i ) l The Creat Antiseptic VrVIJm' I Prlco, 25c, 50c. and $1.00. Y Jrlrv Dr" EARL S- SLOAN, A i V v 615 Albany St., Boston, Mass. PRICE, SS-SJ 25 Cts. 0 CURE THE GRIP Mi HIV '..IROff.DAY HVffl --- rIMBB lf -YI lSUUAIVnnibbU w v. HMr m GRIP, BAD II IbVh lvtLKl t UAt ti ITOUJiffirORHEAMOIt C I. Call (or jour v.,,.. j- . f ft. V itwh duii . j- 'IMiiVii $16 AN ACRE sn west' rn Canada isihe amount many farmers will realize from their wheat cropthisyear. 25 Bushels to the Aore Will bo the Average Yield of Wheat. Tbo land thut this was grown on cost many of lbs farmers absolutely nothing, whllo those who wished to add to tho ICO norcs tho Govern ment grunts, can buy land adjoining at from $0 te 110 an acre. Cllmato splendid, school convenient, railways lose at band, taxes low. Bend for pamphlet "20th Century Canada" and full particul...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 March 1906

HIS ONE WEAK SPOT. Prominent Minnesota Merchant Cured to Stay Cured by Doan'a Kidney Pills. r O. C. Ilaydon, of 0. C. Ilayden & Co., dry goods merchants, of Albert Lea, Minn., cays: "I was so lame that I could hardly walk. Thcro was an unaccountable weakness of the back, and constant pain and aching. I could And no rest and was very un comfortable at night. As my health was good in every other wav I could not un derstand this trouble. It was just as Jf all the strength had gone from my iback. After suffering for somo time I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. fTho remedy acted at onco upon the kidneys and when normal action was restored the troublo with my back disappeared. I have not had any re turn of it." I For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. WmMmi SCRATCHED WILL ON THE ICE. Seagulls Rob Fishermen. Seagulls invaded a boatful of her ding at Nanaimo, Wash., while the (fishermen wero away. When tho flan ermcn returned sixty had eaten so jmuch...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 March 1906

fV K'X vt m i wn m' IIOYNTOX NOTES. Where is J. D. Morrow, he who was elected pastor of Mt. Zion Bau tlst church of Boynton? He who re ported for duty six weeks ago, held a five day union revival In the Afri can Methodist church, receiving all fjold about $53, established a real es tate office, announced that he would found an industrial school and de parted to parts unknown leaving his little flock without a shepherd? He tt'hn ton rlnvc nrn wrntn cnnrl mo flvo dollars more and I will be there next 'Tuesday, but failed to show up? He who was going to build "his little' flock a church forthwith, but who) now says "the last five dollars sent, In vour joining fee; the six dollars is, fo drawing plans of ycur church, j and when you shall have paid into) our company the sum of ninety dol-j lans we will let you know whether we can make the loan?" He who collects money to send for his "little fo!r" to assis in Ills revival work? i" who -plays that game everywhere ho joe? Morrow, who five w...

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 March 1906

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 7 jVluekogoG, I.T., Thursday, jIareli 8, 1906. No 25 i- i . VT 1 DELEGATE CONVENTION IS CALLED FOR MARCH 20 Tho city Republican central commifcte met Wednesday night at the office of A. Kayser in the Spanieling building. Two com mitteeinen were Glected to fill the vacancies caused by the re signation of J, H. Davis and John G. Lieber and the com mittee authorized Chairman Estes to call a delegate conven tion on March 20. Each committeeman is autli orized to call a wad caucus in his respective ward. As the central committee now stands it is composed of the fol lowing: First Ward Myron White andT. H. Martin. Second Ward A. Kayser and W. II. Davidson. Third Ward A. S. McRea and A. Z. English. Fourth Ward A. G. W. Sango and Frank vW. Reid, J. W. McKinney is still Grand Master of the Masons of the state of Texas and the letter published in Hume's sheetlet is an attempt to perpetrate a fraud upon the people here. This is in keeping with their former acts. We havo...

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 March 1906

s a'jjaar in V u? ' & II Ik Muskogee Cimeter, W. H. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, - IND. TER. INDIAN TERRITORY NOTES. Muskogee has ordered a now new engine house. South McAlester is figuring on flvo now school buildings. Tixhoma, Okla., is to have a new bank with $10,000 capital stock. Tulsa has voted $5,000 bonds to complete their new school buildings. Tulsa defeatod a $75,000 sewer bond proposition at a special elec tion held recently. The postofllce at Muskogee is now among mho first class, such rating commenced March 1st. Checotah is third in the territory as a cotton market, having received 4,174 bales last season. Muskogee has bidders' figures on nn I. O. O. P. building to be of brick and stone and of fino architectural appearance. Over 1,000 acres of now land has been ploughed in the neighborhood of Elden. Many now settlers are moving in. The Frisco Is handling consider able walnut lumber -and threo or four cars aro hauled out almost ev ery day. The extension of one year to gi...

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 March 1906

) IMPRESSED WITH WESTERN CANADA. Says Our Prairies Wll! Be Filled Up In Ten Years. L. A. Stockwell of Indianapolis, a 'United States land man who made an extensive tour of Inspection in the west, wrote the following article, un der date of Jai.. 8, for an Indiana pub lication: "States." In this letter I propose to show by extracts from my note book that thousands who havo come up here from the "States" havo suc ceeded far beyond their most san gulno expectations. Mr. N. B. 13eaumunlc of Brazil, In diana, was earning $100.00 per month with a coal company. At about the ago of 40 he had saved about $3,000. Four years ago he landed near Han ley, Sask. Ho now owns -ISO acres of land. Lust fall (1905) ho threshed 4,700 bushels of wheat and 3,100 bush els of oats. His wheat alono brought him over $1,000, which would have paid for the acres that It grew on. Ho is to-day worth $15,000. This Is Making Money Fast. In Feb. 1902, J. G. Smith & Bro. were weavers in a big cotton mill In Lancas...

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 March 1906

II Mi THE IjUGTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER EST OF THE NEQRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I 7., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W H. TWINE .... Editor. R. WOOD, .... Ass't Editor. J. T. TRIMBLE - - Gcn'l Solicitor E D. N1CKENS, Advertising Alanagcr. The blue mark on your pa per means subscription out and paper starts at once. AGENTS WANTED We want energetic hustling agents for tin's paper and will pay liberty for good work. If you want to make money, write at once to W. II. .Twine. The immoral teacher and im moral preacher must go. They are twin evils and should go the twin hells. to And they have a Riot gun at the U. S. Jail for reporters and mobs, (so says the Democrat) According to the Democrat the reporter and the mob are in the same class. will win will bo selected. This the party demands and will be satisfied with nothing less. The white men and Negro women who stroll to the First Baptist Church after night to practice social equality must...

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 March 1906

t Hero's 80-Year-Old Mother Works as Department Clerk At the ago of 80, Mrs. Ann E. Grid ley, mother of the famous captain to whom Admiral Dewey gave the ordor, "You may hegln firing when you get ready, Gridley," and grandmother of Lieut. John P. V. Gridley, killed two years ago by the explosion on the bat tleship Missouri, is regularly at work as a clerk in tho land ofllco, a sub division of the department of tho in terior, at Washington. Mrs. Gridley has worked for tho gov ernment, almost continuously, for thirty years. Her salary Is $900 a year. Mrs. Gridley camo to Washington from Michigan shortly after tho war. Her husband was Frank Gridley of Hillsdale, Mich. Ho had been en gaged in morcantilo pursuits before tho war, but ho became a confirmed invalid and Mrs. Gridley sought em ployment and supported both for many years. She has ono son, Lucius E. Gridley, for years an employe of tho treasury department, withwhom sho lives. Mrs. Gridley has a pension of $20 a month, granted he...

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 March 1906

wfju-llmmm0immmmm ifi8ieLjiS!j4 m Efc K Muskogee Cimeter. W. n. TWIXE, Editor. Muskogee, I. T., March 8, 190G. It was appropriate that Anna Gould should hire a tutor to keep tab on Boni's toots. Boys to Play Socker," says the headline. It has been the fathers of the boys up to now. According to Dun's tho cost of living dropped a bit In January, but the gro cery bill don't show it. There Is one good trait about all brides. They are always willing to stand up for their dressmakers. Naturally Count "Boni scorns a set tlement of 140,000 a year. A mere life Insurance president gets more than that. Something has been found to startle Paris. It is a play by Sardou called "Spiritualism," not tho Castellane scandal. Can a man live on water? asks a contemporary. In this age of stock watering extraordinary the question Is a strange one. A New. York professor finds that man readily digests fish bones. This demonstrates tho strongest defenso of tho poor shad. The thief who stole a church bell ha...

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. — 8 March 1906

'41 4 14 t' Not the Millennium. "Here!" shouted tho depot official "what do you mean by throwing those trunks around liko that?" J Tho baggageman gasped in aston-. Ishment and several travelers pinched themselves to make sure that It was real. Then the ofllclal spoke again to' the baggageman. t "Don't you see that you're making big dents In this concrete platform! Smart Set. K Lazy Philosophy. Mrs. Ascum Doesn't that lazy hus band of yours work for you at all? " Mrs. Jackson 'Deed, ma'am, he saj he ain't gwlne ter, kase ho's a-tryln' to lib up to the bible teachln'. Mrs. Ascum What bible teaching? Mrs. Jackson He say de bible dona tell us dat "Contentment am bettah dan great riches;" so ho des nacher'ly bound ter bo contented. Philadelphia Press. Hard Work. "-' QeoKO BAtefet Bystander You shouldn't hit him when he's down. Boy on Top Say, mister, If you knew all the trouble I had to get him down you wouldn't talk like dat. Full Strength of Ice. "Thnt Ice cream freezer you sold me," c...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 March 1906

r V I feature; The Artist Such hints as untaught Nature yields! The calm disorder of the sa. The straggling splendor of the field, The wind's gay Incivility. O workman with your conscious plan. Compass and square are little worth; Copy (nay. only poets can). The artless masonry of Earth. Go watch the windy spring's carou. And mark the winter wonders grow, The graceful gracMcssneas of boughs. The careless carpentry of inow. Frederic Lawrence Knowles, "On Life's Stairway." 1 rai wmm jsr zzzzz' copy GZTvaor (Copyright, 130C. by Dally Story Pub. Co.) She had long yellow curls that look ed Hko glistening columns of gold, bobbing in the sunlight when Bhe walked, or lying in rich satin abund ance all over her little fluffy shoulders w.hen sho was still. Her eyes were big and round and peculiarly blue like twin cornflowers and there were rerpetual discs of pink in the small oval cheeks. When Winifred laughed, there was a transitory glimpse of something snow-white and deliciously oven about ...

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. — 8 March 1906

annonunoe:v.jsnts. Tho Cimeter lg authorized to an nounce the candidacy of Mr. J. B. Campbell for the nomination for the position of city recorder, subject to the action of tho Republican party of Muskogee. The Cimeter Is authorized to an nounce 'the candidacy of C. B. Hart for the office of tax collector, .subject to tho action of the Democratic primaries. We are authorized to announce Mr. Bent Cobb as a candidate for the offlce of city marshal, and he de spectfully asks the support of the voters. The Cimo'ter Is authorized to an nounce tho candidacy of Mr. Carroll S. Bucher for the position of city recorder at the ensuing election, sub jet to tho action of the Republican nominating convention. The Cimeter is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of Mr. G. A. Alexander for the position of jo corder a; tho ensuing election, sub ject to the action of the Democratic pilmary. Kj'litor Cimeter: L desire to "tin nine1 my muno as a candi dal for 1,1 10 nomination of City Attorney, subject...

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. — 8 March 1906

b' sr ID. -. Btxtb or Ohio. Citt or Toledo. ' Luoas Couty. f , , 1RAmc J. Crnttf itr mnlcei oath that lio lit fonlor hartoor of tho nrtn of V. J. Ciie.vkt &. Co., iIoIiik biMtnrM In the Clly of Tolotlu. County nod Btalo rrtrwJ, and thnt nld Ann will puy tho um of ONE UVVUUKD VOLUXOS for ouch ami overy oniMj of Oatakuk thu cnnuot bo cured by ibo uo of IUll Oatahii Cuhu FlASK a CIIBMKr Bworn to boforo mo mid sulwerllnMl In my presenco, titta Wh day of Iocombor, A. D.. l'i?fl. t. . A. W. ULiJwYoUi, J KICAL. J- Kotaht 1'UItMO. IlairTcaUrrh Cure Is talton Internally ami acta directly on the blood and uiucoua Burfacoi of tho rslem. Bcud for testimonial, free. ' y. J. OUKNHV & CO., Tolodo, O. Bold br all DruKlsts.7')C. Tako Uall'a Family Pill for constipation., TO CUKH A COU) IN ONK DAY Tako LAXATIVE 1IKOMO Miilnlno Tublotfl I)niK plsts roftind money If It falls to euro. L. W. GKOVE'B Bli;nuturo Is on each box. !2Sc. Too Cheap. An Omnha man who claims ho can live on nine cents a da...

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