The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, December 20, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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W H. TWINE .... RdiUir.
C. T. HUM!: Advertising Manager.
I'nhlisliwl Mrwy Week in the Interest
of the Negro by Cimeter I'uhlhhing Co.
Ihitcrcil at the Post. Olllcc ill Muskogee.
Oklii. us .Second Miiss Mail -Mutter.
NO I'APKIl NJflXT WKKK.
TJII5 KNTI11B KOlfCK.WILL
TIIW C'lMRTIBU WISHES
ALL OV ITS URADEKS A
Mfclt!ir CHRISTMAS AND
A HAPPY NKW3YKAK.
Ai reorganization of the Re-
publican party in ilu party in
l.hiscountv in si 1 1 absolute union
sit.y. Wo c;nt win no victories
unless wo change our larl.ies
Tim DoincoraLs l;itijli at. our
Neither the Democrat nor
tho Phoenix is' very friendly
I own rd I In" Negro. A stranger
may roadboth sheets and if tin
question were asked which was
(.he. Republican paper a candid
reply would mol certainly
force him t.o answer neither.
give$l io each of (ho voters we
can't win in our efforts fo go
to the National Convention.
Of course wo brand tho state-
ment as a lio. Wo don't
have to buv our wav in.
1 IIBMBBY ANNOUNCE
MYhKLI' AS BK1XG A CAN-
DIDATK FOR DELEGATE'
TO THE NATIONAL RID-
PUBLICAN ft CONVENTION
TO BIO HICL1) IN CHICAGO
JUNE 10. 1008. AND ASK
THE SUPPORT QF ALL
UEPI'BLICANS OF THE
STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
' W. II. Twine.
Noxl. . Fall there will ho an
election again for the purpose
of eluding congressmen. The
Republicans can win in three of
the live district if I hey put up
i ho proper kind of tight but
they can't wjn by playing into
l he hands of the enetuii s
C. Pi. Don-lass t.hc editor of
tlii' Phoenix hnaks loose in
an eliiori.il showing t.hat the
Democrat i opposed to the
Negro. We never expected
an I hint; else from a demon aric
paper but we did expect SOME
good things of the Phoenix
because we supposed that it was
republican but we can't see any
dill'eroucc between the Deiuo
ei.it and the Phoenix.
Let us pay oil' your mortgage
and save your place.
I have several neat now
houses and lots to sell on install-
iiiunts Easy terms.
Every man and woman who
trades with ino is able to buy a
T lo-.iu money at. 8 .per cent
(.'on io to see mo to daw
W". P. FIELDS.
NO. I ENGLISH BLOCK.
LO A N D ROK E I!
Loans on all Articles of
10V South' Main Street
MUSKOliWE 1ND. TEIJ.
Every business man both
Colored and white should pat
ronizo the A fro-American Pa
kerv. It is the host in town.
WHY PAY PENT?
Wo full you si house nml lot for
flu to ?!!00 cash. lUlance-like rout
Wo also soil lots on naymonts.
lift our prices.
MARTIN & QUARLES
312' 'a West Okmulgee 6treet
The editor of the I'iineter is
a candidate for DELEd'ATE to
t.ho N.n.innal Republican Con
wntion and not for the place of
ALTKIi'NATE. I'luler no cot -'
sideration w hatever will tl o
Miifo of alternate be accepted.
Some l tlu white Repub'i
cans say that unless we can
Anyone lenitlng h nkvli li nihI detcrlvtlnn may
nuloklr ntrurtitiu our oHiiinii free whether an
luvcmtliiii li proliRlily iiHieniHltlo. Ootnniunlei.
tlimiMtrlt'ilyroniitieiiifal. HANDBOOK onl'tiiu
tent frn. OMenl nueuoy fur.eciirlnir Nteuti.
ratitnti luken tnrouKli Ilium ft Co. recelrc
ilrcM itofkr wriiliout cliarye In tlia
A ImiiiUoinolf llluttrated weekly. T.Aweit clr-
.nlMlou of any a.'lntflo Jmiriial. Tenui .l a
Tour: four nmiilb 1. Boiabyall tiewadcalnu
llraticli wmce; fi K HU Washington U. C.
A REVELATION IN
I have recently purchased a LANDIS wax thread lock-
stitch harness machine. This machine uses hard wax and does
work far superior to hand work pulls the stitches in tighter and
makes more stitches to the inch than hand work ft is abso-
lutely guaranteed that harness sowed on this machine will wear
longer than the best hand work.
1 will contiuuo to use the best number ono oak tanned
leather but will reduce tho price of harness because the machine
will do the work of ton men and therefore greatly reduce the
cost of making harness.
A farmer who cradles his wheat cannot ail'ord to sell his
grain as cheap as the fanner who uses a self-binder. Tin's is a
'machinery age and the sa-iuo rule applies to the harness business.
Of course there-is a vast difference between "factory" made
harness and harness made on a Laudis machine in my shop
because tho factory uses poor material as well as cheap labor
whereas I use the best of leather and thread and construct tho
work myself. Mail ardors promptly filled. Send for prices.
Address all letters to
2QQ Eiit Bpoadvvajj
BILLINGS AND CULLUM
ciskQt and Funeral FJoacjlia
;hvays on Hand
IN OFFICE DAY A. NIGHT. PHONES 986 . 481
If you can't get us on one phone try the oilier.
200 S. 2ilcJ. St. Nlt-i-U:cgrss I. T
nsii ranee Monev to Loan
H. F. SHOWAkrl?lHI
Milwaukee Mechanics Fire insurance Co
North western National Insurance i.'o. ..7
Michigan Commercial Insurance Co
Columbia Insurance Co
Coiinoposilan Fire of New York
Ohio Ccrnian Insurance Co
Merchants & Planters Iusuranee Co . . .
I.loyiK Plate (ilas Insurance Co
Fiilcliix As Deposit Co. of Mttrylauil . . .
XoilliwoLcrii Nutual Life Insurance Co.
1'acilio Miilunl Accident Co
THE CIMETER JOB PRINTING CO.
THE. QUICK MAIL OBDER HOUSE J
1W do business by fair competitioH
aid conservative methods :: :: ::
IReaaonMble rates made consistent
with firt-clHs printing ::' :: :: ::
ITrr us once and jou will always
Mud uii jour work :: :: :: ;: :;
South Second St.. Muskogee tod. Ter.
Nickens & Nickens Prps.
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, December 20, 1907, newspaper, December 20, 1907; Muskogee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70094/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.