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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 March 1906

NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA A Desperately Sorlous Case Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Brought to tho very vorgo of ntrirvn tion by tho rejection of all nourishment, her vitality almost destroyed, tho re covery of Airs. J. A. Wyatt, of No. 1180 Soventh Btreot, Des Moines, Iowa, Boomed hopeless. Her physicians utterly failed to reach tho scat of tho difficulty and death must havo resulted if sho had not pursued an independent courso sug gested by her sister's experience. Mrs. Wyatt says : "I had pain in the region of tho heart, palpitation and shortness of breath so that I could not walk very fast. My head achod very badly and I was seized with vomiting spells whenever I took any food. A doc tor was called who pronounced tho troublo gastritis, but ho gave mo no re lief. Then I tried a second doctor with out benefit. 13y this time I had becomo very weak. I could not keep tho most delicate broth on my stomach, and at tho end of a mouth I was scarcely moro than skin and bono and was really sta...

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. — 8 March 1906

J; !J - J-J OIIEOOTAII ITEMS. The school question is up again be fore the colored people. About two yeais ago the people here voter' for schol house for the white chvNcn and one for the colored children. So the white school building was com pleted and occupied January ist, 1906, with a cost of $1,700.00 and the col ored school is not completed and not occupied with costof about $600.00. That is a very bad showing for the tax paying colored people With the 1000 to 2000 head of cattle being fed within about fifty fel of the school building. It is dangerous for the chil dren to be at school. The cattle are liable to stomp and break out of the pen and get away, and should the children be at recess or going home at the time this occurs their lives would be in danger. Think ovei the situation. Rev. J. V. Cole of Kufaula was a pleasant visitor in our town Monday. R v fob. likes the town of Checotah much better than Eufaula. Rev. b. D. Brown left Monday niirH for Ardtnorc,, 1. T., to attend...

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. — 22 March 1906

K The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 7 jVLiiskojjQQ, I.T., Thupsdauj jIareh 22, 1906. JVo 27 V FRANKS. HUBBARD TO LEAD Republicans To Victory GOOD PLAXP ORM IS ADOPTED THE TICKET. Mayor Frank C. Hubbard. Recorder J. B. Campbell. City Attorney Harry Davis. Tax Assessor J. L. Kniselcy. Tax Collector W. A. Downing. City Marshal Charles Kimsey. Trcarurer H. C. Cobb. Stt'.e- Commissioner W. H. Har- rc-. ' Aldermen "irst Ward L. E. Smith and F. L." Iro'-'n Sicond ward Henry Vogcl and E' Alley. Third Ward J. H. Klick and Crrr Fcicrran.' Fcurti Ward Thos. A. Sanson rnc1 I. N. Ury. lomptlv at 7:45 p. in. Tuesday. ""Mi iotli, the republicnir city con- ption of Muskogee was called to on'cr iii t'c ',aymotid aiulitorium by I'n-i II. "iT-'flist'cfi and he faced a croud of enthusiastic republicans, v Inch. With the eighty delegates, tax ) t'e caoacity of the building and f"dmg room was at a premium- The temporary officers, elgctcd v crc- 'Cliairtv.iii, Morgan ,Carawav. s c-ctaryL. T. Hrown. V motion preva...

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. — 22 March 1906

' Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWXXJC, X4IUr. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. INDIAN TERRITORY NEWS,' A trades counsil has been organ i.cd at Ardmorc. It is said that the last Chickasaw legislature cost the nation $50,000. Delegate McGuirc has introduced a bill to make Holdenvillc a court town. Fourteen hundred and eighty votes were cast at the Democratic prima ries at Muskogee. Burglars broke into the Frisco de pot at Chickasha and secured $90 in cash and about $1,200 in checks. Pay ment has been stopped on the checks. ( j A company of Pennsylvania capi talists will drill for oil at Ardmorc. An expert made examinations recent ly and pronounced indications worth developing. Wynncwood has let the contract for a system of waterworks and elec tric light. The work is to be com pleted by July 1, and will be a mu nicipal affair. James M. Miller of the Fourth dis trict of Kansas was renominated by the Republicans to congress and in structed by a strong resolution to work for Indian Territory and Okla homa ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

y (1 fl tf ; V 15 Woman In the Case. Ono of tho ablest Jurists In this country Bald to mo to-night: "I never decide a case, If I can help It, until I havo talked It over with my wife. Whenever I 'reserve decision' I go to her for advice. She Is tho best law yer in Now York. Why 7 Because sho Is not obliged to listen to the arguments of counsel." Exchange. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottlo of CASTOTtIA, a safe nnd miro remedy for infants and children, and eeo that It T Dears the Signature of In Uoo For Over 30 Years. Tho Kind You Uavo Always Bought. Tho limit of ipatlenco Is reached when ono Is told to forgot tho abuse used In an argument. HOSPITALS CROWDED MAJORITY OF, PATIENTS WOMEN Mrs. Pinkham's Advlco Saves Many From this Sad and Costly Experience. 'bBBMHRMMMMPVVM) liwCf; Sw&lt mM$zfirtM$xn W Mm Luflla Adams X It Is a" sad but .certain fact that every year brings an in crease in tho numberofopera i tions performed I Upon women in our Hospitals. More than t...

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. — 22 March 1906

M THE IJH6TER, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK Ifi THE INTER EST OF THE NEORO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOOEE, 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. NICKPNS, Advertising Manager. The blue murk on your pa per means subscription out and paper starts at once. THE- TICKET. Mayor Frank. C. Hubbard. Recorder J. B. Campbell. City Attorney Harry Davis. Tax Assessor J. L. Knisclcy. Tax Collector W. A. Downing. City Marshal Charles Kimsey. Treasurer H. C. Cobb. Strict Commissioner W. H. Har per. Aldermen First Ward L. E. Smith and F. L. Martin. Second ward Henry Vogcl arid Ed Alley. Third Ward J. H. Klick and Grant Foreman. Fourth Ward Thos. A. Sanson and I. N. Ury. The democrats arc having a frost. There is no enthusiasm. We attract ed th Jr poison when we helped nomi nate a ticket that they could not raise the question of color against. We believe in making our party fights inside of patty lin...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

jmmmmk ttod VZ& - Mrcaszs-fr-ccyvo W try. (Copyright, 190C, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) In the province of San Dlogo, near the river Lit Plaza, grew at one timo the prettiest flower nature had ever fashioned into womanhood. Brown eyes, from out whoso depths flashed Are, served only to enhance tho beauty of a face bewitching, a form supplo ns tho willow, disclosed it self beneath a dainty gown. A rus tic picture was she, indeed, divine, Mercedes. Don Palo, dark, handsome, stood beneath a festooned s palmetto and gazed enraptured at this picture. His black mustache curled upward and his eyebrows hung thick over keen, restless eyes, that at this moment were transfigured with love's passion. He wore the gaudy crcolo dress of a San Diego dandy and, on his head, ho wore a wide sombrero, decorated with silver spangles and a band of woven horsehair. In tho distance could bo heard tho silvery peal of a convent bell and, when the wind quieted, the faint echo of tho Mlsererl floated on tho ai...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

J Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWINK, KdlUr. Muskogee, I. T., March 22, 190G. So tho Chinese want a republic. Took tho cuo from ub this time, it Booms. King Edward declares that he orten works twelve hours u day. Ilowovor, ho gota good wages. Wo fear that by heavy feeding tho Japanese will only make themselves grow taller around tho waist. Wu Ting-fang seems to maintain In his native land the frankness that had been noticed whilo ho was hero. As tho increased output of eggs shows, tho American hen Is doing her share to expedite tho puro food move-iu6nt. f Three plumbers robbed a man on a Kansas City street car. It is not good form for plumbers to rob people on a street car. It Is not true that Now York's new 10-story skyscraper will have a cap tive balloon elevator scrvlco to tho upper story. "Count Honl will bo content If his wife settles tho claims against him." Hut that will equip him with a new lino of credit. It turns out that .lohann Iloch died from a fracture of tho transverse pro...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

ZJt SEASON SOON OF PROSPERITY Curtis Bill Will Create a Healthy Boom in Indian Territory STATEHOOD OR NO STATEHOOD A Million Dollars in Territory Now Awaiting Bill to Become Law -Actual Farmers to Buy Muskogee, I. T. It is generally conceded here that the passage of the Curtis bill in its present form will mean the greatest influx of immigra tion into the Indian Territory that has ever been experienced in her his tory. The restoration of the house provisions relative to the removal of restrictions means that every adult citizen of mixed blood of the five civ ilized tribes will be authorized to sell his surplus land, amounting to 120 acres, after July 1. At that time hun dreds of thousands of acres of land, which have heretofore been tied up with restrictions, will be placed upon the market and the land buyers will release at least a million dollars in this country within a few days after the restrictions are removed. For the last month land buyers and speculators have been preparing...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

f WYCLIFFES STILL AT LARGE. THE NEW NILE AND RED SEA RAILROAD ) .' f'l f ) I Marshal Darrough After Them With Well Organised Forcc3. Vinita, I. T. The WyclifT out laws, lead by three brothers, who arc ufll blood Indians, arc supposed to be in hiding in the territory where they killed one officer and badly wounded another in a fight on Sun day, March ix. There is no chance for them to escape, as outposts arc guarding the borders of the wild and rough mountainous country. Noth in has been seen of the outlaws since the fight. Deputies A. J. Long and Charles Wheat came in from Spavinaw hills to Vinita with four prisoners, Jim and Louis Wickliffe, uncles of the outlaws; Fctcr Wolfe and Rain Crow, all fulblood Cherokees, charg ed with harboring the Wickliffe brothers. All deny any knowledge of the whereabouts of the outlaws and were placed in the federal jail here. They offered no resistance to arrest. Among the prisoners brought in Wednesday by Marshal Darrough was Rev. John Reamer, full...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

n jfc : V hi COMPLETELY AND COMFORTABLY SERVE WESTERN MISSOURI AND EASTERN KANSAS TO THE FRINCIPAL CITIES EAST, WEST, NORTH, SOUTH. PULLMAN SLEEPERS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS. TRAINS LIGHTED AND VENTILATED EY ELECTRICITY. The Direct Route to the "WORLD'S FAIR CITY" SAINT LOUIS g lur riotnllrrt -Information, call on iiPnrotr'jrcs)ii(ativu Ji'KlSC'Q SYST123I, nr ml dross L. Wi PRICE, Division Passenger cinl. Joplin Mo. ut --.-. . K . AfJ Z'SJJZtVZ&JiiS. fejtilial kVilHM'iHiK To anyone .sending mc $15.00 I will send them a warranty, deed to A. lot 25 feet front by 140 feet deep in the town of Grayson. This is a colored town of 600 inhabitants, and growing rapidly. Now is the time to secure a lot cheap that will double in value within a short time. Write to RALPH PHILLIPS, Box "G," Muskogee, I. T. EYE CURE. Cataracts and Tyrigums of the eyes cured without the knife I use a medicine which separ ates tl 10 dreaded growth from the eye leaving the parts clear and healthy. No money until you...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

U fit A N 'BIGGEST BVG To the Hercules b&etle, a giant aaoag Jas&ct, trb5ch is fonad !a cer taia porUoas of Central and South Aza&rica, as veil zs la tie island of Doartaica, one of tie British West la dles. ieJoags the distinction of being tie biggest bug in tie world. In ap poaraace this creature is anything bat preposeesefag, aad looks as if it b--kaged trith piak saafces, jwrple fjH dars aad other creatwes of tie Imagi nation It is a common trait of tourists and travelers to make little of aaytiing eron la foreign lands, specially in the Mttle Vi'oist Indian islaads, aad to de clare tiat simitar thiags of vastly graater sire or better quality occur in "God's country. When they run across tie Hercui&s beetle, however, tiey are obliged to acknowledge thern &lves beatea Although so forxaidable in appear ance, this insect is perfectly harmless. It Hvas ia tie heavy forests aad feeds oa tie sweetish sap or gum of aative treas. Tie larva, or grub, is about four lac...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

COULD NOT KEEP UP. Broken Down, Like Many Another Woman, with , Exhausting Kidney Troubles. Mrs. A. Taylor, of "Wharton, N. J., says: "I had kidney trouble In Its most painful and' severe form, and the torture I went through now seems to have been almost un bearable. I had back nches, pains In the sldo and loins, dizzy spells and hot, fovor ish headaches. Thoro wore bearing -down pains, and the kidney secretions passod too frequently and with a burning sensation. Thoy showed sed iment. I bocamo, discouraged, weak, languid and depressed, bo Blck and weak that I could, not keep up. As doctors did not euro mo I decided to try Doan's Kidney Pills, and with such RuecPBfi that my troubles were nil gone after using eight boxes, and ny fci length, ambition and general hcilth Is fine." Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Many an otherwiso good man makes a poor husband. Rotter a clever enemy than a f,ool friend. Curos Rheumatism and Catarrh- Medicine Sent F...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1906

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Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1906

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 7 jlluskogoG, I.T., Thupsdajj, jVpril 5, 1906. JVo 29 ' ti WE'VE GOT 'EM" SWEEPING VITORY JUSIiOGEE "jVOW" SEFUBLIAN f IK H feO Aldermen Ed Alley. Our Field Marshall. On April !Jrd. when the tocsin of battle was sounded Our Kield Marshall, A. Z. English ordered a Grand Charge all along the line at 8 O'clock a. in. and to keep up the assault until old Sol sank in the Western Hills. This Avas done and our Field Marshall went rapidly from one part'of the field to the other giving- orders and seeing that commands wereexcuted promp tly. Ho was always in the thickest of the tight and where most needed. His commands were oheyed instantly, ho check mated the eveiny at every point and utter geting them on the run, kept them going, he is a past-master in political ware faro and deserves great credit for the way ho handled our forces and led them over the Democratic fortifications to victory. Hurrah for Fiald Mar shall, A. Z. English. How They Went: Muskogee cast 3050...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1906

Ti LAUGH AN D. CHEER HP HUM0RI5MS SPECIALLY BUILT FOR THE PURPOSE. Wits Judge Made Jt Easy for Frauleln to Anrwer Embarrassing Question Hotel That He Had Helped to Raise Lear and Other. Dodging Him. Mr. Borem I didn't see you last Sunday. MIis Cutting Oh, yew most have 1 yoti saw me at all. Mr. Borem I er keg pardon; I don't understand. Miss Csttlng I gay If yon saw me Snday yo must have seen me last, for I was careful to see yoti first. The Last Resort. "No girl yet?" asked Mr. Subbubs, arriving home from the office. "No." replied his wife, "although one did call to-day. However, our five children scared her. She said she might stand two children, bat " "Then there Is nothing for us to do, dear, but pick out three of our five and drown them." Philadelphia Press. In Abeyance. "I thought yoti were going to Flor ida for a couple of weeks?" "I'm afraid not. I've been figuring on a railroad accident lately " "You mean you figured 'In' a rail road accident?" "No, 'on I've been figuring o...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1906

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a poworful, invigorating tonic, impart ing health and strength in particular to tho organs distinctly fomlnlno. Tho local, womanly health is so Intimately wlatod to tho general health that when diseases of tho delicate womanly organs are curod tho wliolo body gaius in health and strength. For weak and sickly Women who nro "worn-out, " "run-down'' or debilitated, especially for women who work in store, oDleo or Bchoolrootn, who sit at tho typowritor or sowing machine, or bear heavy household burdens, and for nursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has proven a priceless benoflt becauso of its hoalth-restoriug and stroogth-g-iving powers. As a soothing nud strengthening ncr vlno, "Favorito Prescription" is un oqualod and is invaluablo in allaying and subduing nervous excitability, irritabil ity, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostra tion, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea, or St. Vitus' danuo, and othor distressing nervous symptoms com...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1906

THE IjieTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EST OF THE NEQRO 11 ' CIMETER PUD. CO ENTERED AT THE P T OFFICE AT MUS KOQh., I, T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W 11. TWINE .... Editor. R. WOOD, .... Ass'l Editor. E D. NICKENS, Advertising Alnnnger. Tho bluo mark on your pa per moans subscription out and paper starts at once. Praise God from whom all blessings flow, etc. The Black Troops fought nobly. We slew them all but one and he got his tail fethers scorched. The salt river packet is loaded with Democrats this morning and they nro a sad crew. Iuskogee has been redeemed the (ax payers will 1kutcj a square deal, and public im provements will go on. The Democrats are routed from A to IZZARD and beaten from liell to breakfast. This is a Republican City as shown by the returns and it has always been such, but this is the first time wo have gotien togeather. To the Victors beloug the spoils. Wo mean that no Demo crat should apply or be given oflice at the hands of the victor ous Rep...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1906

Send the blank below to our address and receive one of the best magazines on the market today. The Cimeicr and Adams Magazine $1.00 per year. Please send me Adams Maga zine for one year. Name ' Post Office County State Lots for Sale in Grayson, I ml. Ter. Lots 25 feet front by 1-10 feet deep for $25.00, half cash, balance In six months' time. 320 acres of land for lease, five years at $1.00 per acre per year. For bargains in lots, call or write RALPH PHILLIPS, Box G, Muskogee, Intl. Ter. mrasn U ill William Lloyd Garrison, delivered in Faneinl hall, Boston, December 11, 1005, at Citizens' Cantenary Celebra tion. Issued in pamphlet form for 10 cents per copy, with cut of Gar rison. A great oration on a great man at a groat occasion. Send mon ey or stamps to BOSTON SUFFRAGE LEAGUE, 3 Tremont Row, Room 19, Boston. Mention this paper. When answering this ad. say you saw it In the Clmeter. The oration should be in every negroes' home ED. wAA44j 60 YEARS' MlggfJKgC EXPERIENCE Wwmr' Good M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1906

i t Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWXXB, Miter. MUSKOGEE, IND. TEB. INDIAN TERRITORY NEWS. News from several parts of Indian Territory have been received that the fruit is safe and that there will be a large crop. Walter Harris of South McAlestcr killed an eagle near Little's ranch, the spread of its wings being seven feet. 1 1 will be mounted. J. A. Hale, a prominent lawyer and member of the Democratic territorial executive committee, died of haert failure at South McAlestcr. Eighteen citizens migrated to Mexico recently, but have returned to Waunetta and say they are better satisfied with Indian Territory. There were moretwin babies born durinf the pastthrce months in both territories than at any other period. It is a sign that the twin territories are getting together. A solid train of potatoes from the north went through over the Katy billed to points in Texas. One car was set out at Muskogee for a whole sale grocery company. Tulsa is after a smelter. The com pany wants $15,000 cash b...

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