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V . Additional Editorial
Sopor's "little red school
house, " and lol . Douglas' in
vitation to the niggers f the
'territory to j ii in the councils
of the Republican party, (ire sus
picious co-incidence. Maybe
the doughty cnlunele have mo
tives other than education of
poor, ignorant democrats, in ad
vocating the "little red 3chool
house on tie hill" Dronosition.
and inviting the niggers to help
out the Republican party with
their advice and vote. Henry -etta
Sentinel (Reproduced in the
The above is the sentiment of
the two Democratic newspapers
touching our people. Now, how
can a Negro support, a party
those cusses represent,
- The peace and harmony be
tween the Negro and the white
man of this country should not
be destroyed but should remain
sacred : and every effort should
be made by the peace loving,
self respecting Negro to throw
the mantle of charity around the
blating fool, who has more cheek
than brain. The spirit of dis
crimination should not exists in
Cnarlesbm and all concerned
should work together with equbl
patronage and shculd the sp rit
of discrimination evince itself
let it come by the whites, as a
surprise to the Negro. Charles
ton Messenger. .
All of the above is true but the
Negro has been surprised bo oft
en by his while neighbor in that
particular, until he is not sur
prised at anything that may hap
pen so far as discriminations are
concerned, however, we agree
that the Negro should not take
the initiative in discjiminating,
to lynch the man because he was
black. But the brave and manly
stind of the Negroes at Wagon r
and the fair-minded white peo
pie prevented the outrage. There
is no danger of trouble between
the races or race war between
the rivers, but if that cowardly
mob had proceeded to carry out
their threats touching the inno
peoplo who knew nothing of the
crime or criminal there would
have been liquk1 hell between
Many strangers in town these
days and apparently mean busi
ness. H. B. Tyler was a pleasant visi
tbr at our office. Call again Bro.
Tyler, the laich string is on the
Tho people who advd.tfre in
the Cinceter want your trade this
Spot Cash Store.
BIG LINE OF SPRING MT.LtttARY!
Shirt Waist Suits, Shirt Waists, Corsets, Hosiery,
Muslin Underwear, Dry Goods, Tin Ware and
Enameled Ware, Queens Ware, and Glass Ware.
THE FAIR! THE FAIR!
Gloyd Lumber Co.
Taking The Stump
To tell about our lumber. It is
put forward to win the approval
ofthe lumber users of this sec-
is why they advertise in your pa- itfon and when it8 gocd point8
per. wnen you want anyunng m
their line, say you saw their 'ad'
in the Cimeter. , J
Beneficial rains, fine growing
crops, good health, and general
satisfaction, and praise to Him
who doeth all things well, ar the
cheerful sayings of the farmer
when he comes to town.
appreciated "it will certainly do
so. We see no satisfaction or
profit in handling low grade
stock. Neither will consumers
when they learn that the finest
lumber by the foot but pieces by
THAT RACE WAR.
The reports of the correspon
dents for the metropolitan dailies
concerning the colored people be
iween the rivers was chiefly lien.
The people over there simply or
ganized to prevent the hoodlums
from Wagoner and vicinity f'om
insulting and driving thoir fami
lies from home. Because one Ne
gro had committed a crime or
had been charged with the com
mission of crime, was no cause
for a lawless crowd of white men
to threaten the lives of every Ne
gro between the rivers for the
perpetrator of the outrage to be
eaughtand punished, and had the
mob remained at home and the
officers of the law given an op
pjrtunity they would have cap
tured the man. One man was
captured and taken to Wagoner
and ufter the injured woman had
stated he was not the man, still
some of the cowardly hell-hounds
who composed the mob wanted
Mr. Georg3 Guess ct Paris,
Texas, is visiting in the metropo
lis. Mr. Guess has been engaged
in the cotton business for years,
and is one of the most prominent
race men in Texas.
J. E. Wiley, attorney-at law,
of Dallas, Texas, is in the city
prospecting. Mr, Wiley is at the!
head of the biggest cotton mill
in the South, located at Dallas.
This entarprise promises employ
ment for a large number of col
ored boys and girls, Mr. Wiley
is solving the race problem in the
The Annual sermon of the U.
B. F's. and S. M. T's. was
preached at the Second Baptist
church Sunday last, by Rev.
Haywood. He in a logical way
explained the good of the Order,
the ptjendance was good, deport
ment excellent, co'lection S18.40.
This Order bids fair to be a pow
er for good in this ciry.
World's Fair Rate May -21st,
St. Lnuis and return only $8.90
Intending visitors to World's
Fair can assure themselves satis
factory rooming accommodations
through the Merchant's Service
Company at a nominal expense.
For particulars, apply to near
est F.'isco System Agent.
Judging from complaints of a
few of our white friends regard
ing the seleotion of our new
ohurch sites, they want us to get
into a stench hole like the new
location for the public school.
Gloyd Lumber Company,
North Main St. : : : Muskogse, 1. 1.
Who Goes There?"
U V. C. REUNION
NASHVILLE. JUNE 14-16
j j ' Very Low Round Trip Rate j
St. Louis may be
included in return trip at small
Full information on request.
GEO. H. LEE, 6. P. A T. A.
Little Rock, Ark.
J. S. McNALLY, 0. P.
CREEK GROCERY CO.,
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