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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 19 April 1906

' &i is W "V v. 1 !v V ')- r r B j & Wt? i" j . rf,. V I Si BJ!"f er HORSES AffT) THE AVTO I drive both a liorso and nn auto nnd liavo had ample opportunity to view the liorso scaring question from the viewpoint of both the farmer and the automobile owner. I believe that any horse can by a few trials be train ed to pass an automobile qulet'y. I possessed a horse that was frantically afraid of an auto tho first few times he met It. Like all horses unaccus tomed to the machines ho shied from tho strange thing because he thought It would hurt him. It Is doubtful If any horse shies or scares at a thing just to bo mean. If a horse has any life in him he will shy from any object on tho road that Is strange to him. Especially Is this true of colts, and one that will not do It is hardly worth breaking. In my case I led tho horse up quietly to a machine that was drawn up to one side of the road. He snort ed and pranced frantically at first, but, was gradually persuaded to ap proach 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. — 19 April 1906

Tnnnm . :". "WWn ' " W'jumi' r' V Among the visitors to Muskogee last week was Mr. T. J, Johnson of Warior, Ala. , who was passing through on his way to Rd JJortl. He also says that the town is high and dry and healthy and has "ood fater, and further states that Red IJird has the best coal he ever .saw, only eirlit feet from the top of the land, also saw some of the finest fire clay that a mine ever produced, also a good day for commercial brick. I can glad ly, say to the homeseekers that Red bird is the place. I am "ours truly, T. J. JOHNSON. Boynton It:ms As the Cimeter has published no Boynton news this month, home of this may appear stale In the recent town election, the mayor and three of the five council men and one of two members of the board of education elected, are repub licans. We landed one colored man, Dr. A J. Alston on the board of ed ucation. There were three tickvts in the field When the smoke of the battle of ballots cleared away, there was a fistic battle between ...

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. — 26 April 1906

The Muskogee Cimeter. ! Vol 7 jMLuskogeG, I.T., Thursday, jpril 26, 1906. JVo 31 9' KILLED DEFENDING NEGRESS. Body of YoangWhite Mm Found Beside "" Railroad Track. Tulsa, I. T., April 23. (Spec ial) The body of a young man believed to be Louis Friedman of Fort Smith, Ark., about 20 years of age, was found this morning beside the Frisco track in Tulsa. The indications are that he was murdered and plac ed -there by the murderer. The Jiead was crushed to a pulp. At the inquest this morning evi dence was introduced to show that the murderer was a Negro. Last night a Negro attacked a Negress along the Frisco right of way. A white man rushed to her rescue? and the Negress escaped, leaving the two light ing. It is thought by the police that this man is the victim of , the fight, and that the body was placed on the rail road track " to conceal the crime. Ex. The above is simply a case where a white man was caught with a Negro woman of easy virtue aud killed by her man. It is this class of N...

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. — 26 April 1906

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Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

THE BODACH OF GLENMORAN ( An Iri.h Folk Tale ) By SEUMAS MACMANUS (Cop right, 1W, by Joseph U.Uowlei) There was a man ones, named Cro hoore, that lived next a bog by a high mountain, and he had ono son that was as the apple of his eye to him. A bravo boy the son was when he grew up, and nothing would do him but he would go away to push his fortune When he was going off, Crohooro warned him on tho peril of his life not to hire with tho Bodach of Glenmoran, for though ho offered big wages to en tice men Into his power, he always managed to ,mako tho man hired with him ruo tho day. Tho lad when ho was going off promised to mind this, but on his way through Glenmoran who should ho meet but the Bodach himself, and tho Bodach asked where ho was going and what he was looking for. "I am going," says tho young fellow, says he, "to push my fortune. I am looking for a good master." "That Is lucky," says the Bodach, says he, "for I am looking for a good man. Will you hlro with me?" "No," says t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

THE IWeTER, j The fellows who claim that a rir-ffn man tf-Kr ic von lirrfii PUBUSHE3 E.srfYWEC iU 7H .. TP- - "fc"" ODD FELLOWS REQALIA eTorTcEG'GBfctuc7'rvB co jn color is not a Nesxo. He and 1 i Fl M .i r . j ri '. H- ti I t I- , black ami rotten heart. W H. TWKN'E .... Etftftr.j fc WOOD, .... Ast Eiitr. ' "We want all of the teachers E D. NICKENS. Aditrtii.Gf Miaarer. w1k expect " our sciKoe to tase ute examination SECOND SUNDAY IN MAY. The blue niar on r.,r pa-lisml pas. mVr tlmi it U?r ar . X at once r ? I''; per mean subscription .n and , morally fit then we think jhey papr tftaris at once. I shotild b considered. T Itossereft sars we nrW t At special rates. Honsehold of Ruth Regalia a specialty including banners bads and Jewels. Time is short. Write The Negro fe the las pr?on statehood and 30 says Speaker m the world who shetikl draw Cannon ami Situr BererW?.1 the enter line and yet we are Is not that enough? i uM some of oor leading poiiti- .riansare opvjsin: a candidate j f...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

UNCLE BOB'S SOUL By LAURA FITZHUGH PRESTON (Copyright, 1900, by Joseph B. Uowles) Undo Bob was in a serious dllomma. Confronted for the first time in his lifo with a psychological problem. "Uncle Bob," the boy had said, wind ing up a discussion the two had held re garding the dolights of Paradise and a future lifo, "when you die and go to Heaven, will you have a white soul or a black soul?" "1b I gwine" tho old man almost gasped "ter bo or white soul, aw or black soul when 1 dies? Is dat de quecshun you done ax, lectio Moss? (his name for tho child). I fo'gibs you, leetlo Moss; but you oughtah had bottah sense dan ter ax hit in do fus' place. Why, of co'se I gwine be er white soul! Is you eber heah ob air black pusson in do naix wohl 'sides de debil?" "But, Uncle Bob" doubtfully "if you are going to bo white how shall 1 ever know you up there? 'Cause, Uncle Bob" cajolingly "you aro such a beau-tl-ful black, and I am so used to you with your lovely white woo hair, and all, that I don...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

at.j. um.ft ft vjjjtf. w 1 h Muskogee Cimeter. W. . TWIWK, Miter. Muskogee. I. T.. April 26, 1006. A Word with Investors. There Is a class of Investors who do take close and intelligent account of the conditions of a market, and whose fixed plan is to watch for ad vantageous moments in which to buy or sell. It is impossible, says Alexan der D. Noyes, in Atlantic, to lay down rules for a policy In which success de pends so largely on possession of a sort of financial instinct. Neither would It be useful or wise to suggest what times should be cho3en for such purposes by people engaged In specu lating on a "margin" with borrowed money. With such adventurers, the accident of an hour may offset the soundest reasoning adopted with a view to basic conditions. The bona fide investor, however, will do well to keep his eye always on the rate for money In the Wall street market; be cause, while the rise or fall In rates makes no difference to his own ca pacity to invest, it may make all the d...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

a The Olympic Gaines Past and Present Modern Athlete Compares Favorably with Classic Hero Marathon Race of Phidippides Americans Show Up Well. 9fc C&) A writer discussing various phases of the Olympic games, remarks that one result oC their revival has been to rob the ancient athlete of his renown. And then makes good by giving com parisons. We are informed that those much lauded youths of ancient en deavor were not nearly such "good men" as our heroes of to-day. Which all seems very revolutionary and up setting to the romanticist, but very patent to anyone that has followed sports. The phrase "swam the Helles pont" suggests highest courage, re markable endurance until cold facts are stated, until one learns that tho Hellespont has a minimum width one sixteenth that of the English channel, JZs P. B. GLOVER, CHICAGO A. A. the channel crossed in modern times by Capt. Webb. Then let us take the celebrated Mar athon race, when Phidippides ran Irom tho battlefield of Marathon to Athe...

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. — 26 April 1906

flV&tir e f Z'lJ-t X4JSfc TgaWfc-jaWUhWWMKHA- , DOWNPOUR OF RAIN SUCCEEDS FIRE Thousands With Nothing But Black Sky Above Suffer All Night UNKNOWN DEAD LIE IN HEAPS Plenty of Food is Furnished, but Clothing and Shelter Needed Pos toff ice is at Work San Francisco. April 23. A drench ing rain fell upon San Francisco last night. From midnight until 3 o'clock it poured and drizzled at intervals, while a high wind added a melancholy accompaniment, whirling and sighing about the ruined buildings in the burned district. Five days ago when .the catas trophe was in its infancy this down pour would have been regarded as a mercy and a godsend. This morning it could be regarded in no other light than as an additional calamity. It menat indescribable suffering to the tens of thousands of people camped upon the naked hills and in the parks aintf open places of the city. The condition of the 5,000 or more people camped in Jefferson Square park is something Terrible. Not more than s per cent h...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

ftd04C444 BOYNTON, IND. TER. Uncle Sam did a mean thing lo one of our younf men, ahout one moon back. It was like this, Kudolh Hudheth was in St. Louis, he was needed here to work on a large building now going up. On his train was a large quantity of booze -10 gal lons. At Vinita, Une'e Sam held up our man, keeping him in jail thee days. The guilty party was found and "Hud" was set free. Now "Hud" is a nice young man and good. Iiibiiiancc u gents have been working our town of late. Last Monday night at '2 o'clock the lire friend got in his work and several business firms, all color 1 , uto burnt out. The file originated in the Jewelry store of Geo. V. Harris and swo t everything. T h e following firms were burnt out: Nelson (Jait-T Sons, groceiies and dry goo Is, William Alcorn, con fectioner and baker, David Bel', harness and sho maker. Albeit "Murim, tailor and barbel1, Bell and C'ailors. The amount .f damage is not known, neither is the-insminc Felix Ezell, t li e youthful gioom ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 26 April 1906

JLtfitt V ft:" " -('- CANT STRAIGHTEN UP. Kidney Trouble Causes Weak Sacks nnd a Multitudo of Tains and Achca. nlWjdm. CLOVER AS HORSE FEED. pjWvrfte? o p$s wn If Not Cut in Timo It Becomes Dusty nnd Makes Poor Feed- Cut When It First Blooms. . .4.. LM .HfiWMyJKt?f&Z:lr n mmm jr frj Col. R. S. Harrison, Deputy Mar shal, 71G Common St., Lako Charles, Ja., says: "A klcK from u liorso lr3t weakened my back and affected my kld noys. 1 becamo very bad. and had to g3 about on crutches. Tho doctors told mo I had a caso of chronic rheuma tism, hut I could not hollcvo thorn, nnd finally began using poan's Kid ney Pills for my kldnoys. First tho kidney secretions camo more fr. oly, thon tho pain loft my hack. I wrnt and got another box, and that ion ploted a cure. I havo been well for two years." Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Not to Bo Deceived. Boys, business men of your town know you better than your parents. Thoro eyes aro on you when you aro l...

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. — 26 April 1906

RUNNING SORES ON LIMB3. Little .Girl's Obstinate Case of Eczema Mother Says: "Cutlcura Reme- dios a Household Standby." "Last year, after having my little girl treated by a very prominent physician, for an obstinate caso of eczema, I resorted to the Cutlcura Remedies, and was so well pleased with the almost Instantaneous relief afforded that wo discarded the physi cian's proscription and relied entirely on the Cutlcura Soap, Cutlcura Oint ment, and Cutlcura Pills. When we commenced with the Cutlcura Reme dies her feet and limbs were cover ed with running sores. In about six weeks we had her completely well, and there has been no recurrence of the trouble. Wo find that the Cutl cura Remedies are a valuable house hold standby, living as we do, twelve miles from a doctor, and where it costs from twenty to twenty-five dol lars to come up on the mountain. Mrs. Lizzio Vincent Thomas, Fair mount, Walden's Ridge, Tenn., Oct. 13, 1905." Becord Shot. Frank Ward, of. New South Wales, is believ...

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. — 26 April 1906

3: ?'. '.. ".'-".' .'' ?,. w "ii"""",-t,imywt---'"'' iy yiwiMW 4 " -. lJJf!PWPWW!!PfWW-P" ! Elliots Bros the one price clothing people are making good this SpringThey are pointing with pride to more of their well Dressed Men and Boys in Muskogee, than any other concern. Are you watching the wonder ful growth of the husy store of Elliott Bros., on South 2nd. St.? Have you worn a pair of the Burt and Packard Ivorrect Shoe and wrrantqd. Burro-Jap shoes sold bv IQIIiott Bros. They are winners. FRISCO. Special Train IC.xcursion to KANSAS CITY, MO., Saturday, May 5, '06. $3.25 "nd t,"p- Leav Muskogee, Saturday, May ft, at tt: 10 p. m., arriving at JCans is City Sunday, 0:15 a. in. Returning Special train leave Kansas City, 11 p. m., May 0. J. Ifl. NOON, Ticket Agent, Phone Ji02. Keep your mind on Kurt and Packard's warranted Burro Jap shoes and huy them of Elliott Bros. The 'Wand Jiang" of Ann n Brand clothing sold hy Klliott Bros is the talk of (he town. TirAnri U II Good Meals for Trave...

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. — 3 May 1906

The Muskogee Cimeter Vol 7 Jfiluakogoo,r.T.( Thursday, Lay 3, 1906. tto '32 s. NO RECORD FOR H. N. Johnson The University Recorder of the University of Chicago, writes us that the name of Henderson N, Johnson does not appear upon their record as hav ing heen a student of that insti tution and the President of Rusk University says we have no record for H. N. Johnson and I do not think he was ever a student heie. Now brother Gordon who lias played lax with truth . These letters can be seen at the Cimeter sanctum. OUR BOYS and THE POOL ROOMS. Why is it that our young boys are allowed to spend day after day in the pool rooms of our city? We have here-to-fore ask ed this question, and the pro prietors to stop our Sons from spending their time in their places, while we their parents are at work, They know how hard it is to keep boys in school Or work when such places are open to them to secret and a muse. themselves. These pro prietors seemingly ought to have consideration for hard workin...

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. — 3 May 1906

fSWr; 7 ' 1 Ht- - r, fc Muskogee Cimeter. W. H. TWIMK, Sltor. MUSKOGEE, 1ND. TBR. INDIAN TERRITORY NEWS A private grist mill is being erect ed on the J. J. McAlcstcr ranch near Crowder City. It takes a woman to know her hus band's bad faults and not believe it when somebody else does. The secrdetary of the treasury has designated the American National bank of South McAlcstcr a govern' ment depository. The commercial club and the This-ty-thousand club of Sulphur have de cided to employ a press agent to boom the town. Ground will soon be broken at Che cotah for the elevator to be built by the Lawrence Grain and Elevator Co. Part of the building material has ar rived and work will be commenced as soon as the remainder of it comes. "When a woman makes up her mind kill a hen these days," says Alma Todd, she's always careful in selecting one that hasn't shown any tendency to want to 'sot' and one that hasn't been a particularly good layer." An oil company of Knnsas has leased a large trac...

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. — 3 May 1906

5&4S& r 4' L n, . !. . '. lb ,"" ?t si "tm r Closer Linking of the American Republics The Contof Pan-American Congress to be Held at Petroplis A "Solidified Hemisphere" Past Pan-American Attempts. There Is no little truth In the criti cism of tho English that we o the United States presumo when wo call ourselves Americans. In so doing we not only forget that the .Canadians havo that right, but that down below the Isthmus of Panama there Is a pretty big territory whose people- have very good right to call themselvc:? Americans. Of late we havo been waking up to thp existence of South America, and It Is quite probable we shall some day sit up straight with our oyes wide open. If tho United States has neglected South America, there aro other coun tries that have not namely, Germany, Great Britain and Italy. Wo have neglected commercial relations with sense of dignity, does not relish the way in which tho United States has more or less ignored his existence. Wherefore what' Secr...

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. — 3 May 1906

Mf m r ftr;yy,., jr.. 4- WfV '" . 77 ? j. 1 i)i,- "pppsiSTwwppp n " PJf s f' F. J PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER MIT Of THENEORO rtV CIMETER PUB, CO ENTERED AT THE rOST OFFICE AT MUS KOQEE, I T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W H. TWINE .... Cdltor. HWOOl), .... Ass'lKdllor. D. NICKI'NS, Advertising Mummer. The blue mark on your pa per moans subscription out. and paper starts at. once. I Vol uiulor ago to rooms (.had permit boys oaf in tbem and meet women of lay morals must go. They are a public nuisance. In tbo city court tin's morning were boys charged with theft, and visiting houses of prostitu tion. Wo with hold their names this time because the belong to good fannies and hope they will reform but if it occurs again the world shall know their names. Hoys you had better quit the gate that leads to ruin. All minor children of Creek Citizens that were living on Maroh -till, WOli can be enrolled. Any Notary Public can make out the applications for you. Go and see them. OKI man Gor...

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. — 3 May 1906

CHDOOTAH ITEMS. Nice farming weather and farmers are busy. Merchants are fishing. A. J. Temple's business calls him out of town very often. He is on a flying trip to Okema, I. T. Miss Amanda Burl is critical ly ill with pneumonia. Rev. G. L. Prince continues to draw large audiences at oach service. His stern manner of preaching and lecturing impres es the better class of people. He preached the Home Mission ser mon Sunnay night and much encouragement is being mani fested. The B. Y. P. U. is awaken ing quite an interest. Some of the children are developing a talent in writing papers and rendering excellent programs. Below is one culled from Sun day's program. PAPER READ. Subject A GREAT NAME. By Leon Marshall. 13 years old. Checotah Ind. Ter. we do ttiat? Let's see prepair our selves by being promp, by stud ing to koow something, seeking to have great name. .Now a word to our mothers: Plant your kinkness in our hearts that we will always re member your great care and your loving kind...

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. — 3 May 1906

p W J Ji,IPii"uyiUljJi!IWJPl' "" "wpff!wlp'fpii dl " It's a Fact When depressed nnd out of spirits tho chances nro that your llvor is to blame. Try that greatest of all liver remqdloB, Simmons Liver Purifier. Put up In t!ii boxes, price 25c per box. Extinction of Chinchillas. Chinchillas have been bo much In request for fura in tho last few yean thnt tho Bpecics Is in danger of extinc tion in Chill and Bolivia. Important to Mothers. J&camlno carefully every bottlo of CASTOBIA, anafonml euro remedy for infants and children, and eco that it f &L&ffi&&M In Ueo For Over JIO YcarB. Tlio Hind You llavo Always Nought. Bears tlio Signature It is said that white will prevail in millinery this spring. Garfield Tea pmlfics the blood. Car field Tea cures sick headaches. Tlio "Dead Line." Look around tlio world to-day, and boo what some of tho men who have long passed the "dead lino" nro doing, nnd what they h.ivo accomplished. Look at tho young old military lead ers In llttl...

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