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The Muskogee Cimeter,
Vol 9
jlIusliogQQ, Okla., Friday, Alai-l. 29, 1908.
Washington, May 27. (Spec
ijil) '11 10 j)resident signed the
l)ill removing the restrictions on
Indian lands at. 11 a. in. I.o day
Tin; hill was signed in the
presence of the senatois and
representatives from Oklahoma
and will now hecome a law
sixty days from today.
'The hill was fought desperate
ly up to the very hour it was
signed by a delegation of negro
politicians and some Indians,
hut the president took the word
of Senator Owen and Secretary
(iarfield that the hill was proper
and right, and signed it very
largely on their say so.
As sdon as the bill was signed
the members from Oklahoma
shook hands with the president
and hurriedly left to send tele
grams to their friends at home
that the bill was really through.
Sixty days from this day there
will be thousands of acres of
good land on the maiket. Our
people, who are hemmed up in
the old states, should take ad
vantage of this last chance and
buy a home in the most progres
sive young state in the Union.
White people are coining here
from the woild over and why
not the negro who lives next
door come and get a home at a
reasonable price. Jr over ten
years we have been asking out
people to come and 1 c ite in this
splendid country. This is the
hiht call, don't fail to heed it.
Never again will our people
have such an opportunity to
buy a hwine.
Beginning June 1st, 190S, a
ten days Musical Bazaar will be
given by the First Baptist
Ul lurch of this city. A splen
did program has been arranged
and the very best talent of your
city will he on baud to gratify
the public, pure and clean in
every particular. It will be ten
days of christian merriment, in
which every father, mother and
child can join. Oo and enj y
what is pure and ennobling.
Every man, woman and child
should attend the Bazaar and
thereby help a worthy cause.
The First Baptist Church is a
c.mmodious structure and a
credit to our progressive city
and every patriotic citizen is in
duty bound to help raise the
debt made for the benfit of all.
Kev. Jones and his flock deserve
to succeed in their efforts and
the good citizens Great Musko
gee will come to their rescue.
Woman's Home Companion for
Five hundred photographs of
President Roosevelt, all assem
bled in one big double-page pic
ture. 13 by 19 inches in size,
is an extraordinary feature of
the June Woman's Home Com
panion. The five hundred pho
tographs were taken in almost
every stale in the Union, at all
periods of Roosevelt's public ca
reer, and show his wonderful
versatility and energy.
In the June Companion ap
pear the first chapteis of liar
vey J. O'lliggins' great story.
''A Grand Army Man,'' based
on 13elasco's famous play of the
same name, in which David
Warfield starred all last winter.
Other liction in this delightful
summer magazine is by Kliza
belli Stuart Phelps. Zona Gale.
Charlotte Perkins Oilman. Tern
pie Bailey and Clinton Danger
Kellogg Durland. who of late
has spent much time in Russia,
tells the dramatic and thrilling
story of one of the bravest girls
of the Russian Revolution.
Margaiet 10. Sangster writes on
the American woman as asocial
engineer. Dr. lOdward Everett
Hale devotes his monthly page
to some woiking rules of life.
Grace Margaret Gould, the fash
ion expert, gives many practi
cal suggestions for summer
dressing. Sam Lrfyd's Own
Puzzle Page is a mine of interest
for the puzzle lover.
The colored people of the
state area unit against Taft.
There is a possibility of carry
ing the st ite for the Republicans
if the negroes are heard and
some other person than Taft
The fellows who don't work
are bound to steal. There are
a lot of these gentry around
town who don't do a days work
in six month and its best for all
concerned that they move on.
There was a joker in the eleo
tion bill and after all the negro
is not disfranchised. As a mat
fer of fact all democrats are not
in favor of that kind of political
All persons who desire to go
on the Special Car to Chicago
should report to the Cimeter of
fice at once and enroll. The
round trip will be made in our
Special Oar.
rCufaula has brought out con
testing the recent County site
election. They have employed
Attorney Davidson to represent
them and th's means that the
case will be tried in a lawyer
like manner and every stone
will be turned to secure justice
for lOufaula and when this is
done the canity site will remain
where it is.
I will make you a new pair
of Boots and Shoes at prices that
defy competition. Hand inai-!e
shoes are the most comfortable.
L can repair any boot or shoe
to you rent ire satisfaction. First
class work in every particular.
Give me a trial and you will
never go elsewhero to have your
work done. Nun" fced.
A. R. Norris
at Hunter's Barbecue Stand
m South 2nd Street.
1- o -w' 1 1 Mowerts,
W e tVije;iei tors,
OiojiTist Setts, eill of
w li i o In. xv s Hae
And dont forget we are the largest dealers in Mus
kogee, in b'ine Buggies, Harness and Wagons
all kinds and styles.
HookerHendrix Hardware Co.
137 - IMIONHS - 78
FO R S A 1 1 Id.
00 acres of good land $20 per
acre; '10 acres of good land 15
per acre; 20 acres of good land
15 psr acre.
t stand cotton gin for 1500.
Will trade for farm Lauds or
city property in Muskogee.
I stand cotton gin for SI-1500
Write to
W. 11. Twine, Jr.,
Box G, Muskogee, Okla,
Wo Fell you a house and lot for
?10 to ?200 cash, llalance like rout.
Wo also sell lots on payments.
Get our prices.
F. T. Martin, & Co.
10H W. Okla muluee Ave.
WANTIOD To sell standard
sewing machines on l,00 per
month payments.
J. A. Walcott, General Agent.
lOOJi 10. Broadway.
For Sale.
Lot 100 feet front, two houses on
the lot one four room house and
one two room house. Houses rent
$18 per month. Good location high
(i ml level. Lot in block 2tt.ri Mus
kojjeo price $3,000. See or write
W. II. Twine, .Jr., Hox G, Muskogee,

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