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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 20 October 1904

YrstffrFxucK.'i r XwJ " I FOR A NEW START COMMANDER OF RUSSIAN ARMY SAYS HE 18 READY IS ALL SWELLRD UP WITH PROSPECTS Kuropatkln Says Day3 of Retreating Aro Over Russian Army Will Take the Offensive Has Confidence of Complete Victory ST. PETERSBURG: Following la the text of nn ordor issued by Gen eral Kuropatkln: "Moro thin sovon months ago tho enemy treacherously fell upon us at Port Arthur before war had been de clared. Since then, by land and soa, Russian troops have performed many heroic deeds, of which the fatherland may justly be proud. Tho enemy, however, Is not only not overthrown, but, hi 'his arrogance, continues to dream of complete victory. "The troops of tho Mnnchurian army, In unvarying good sp'rlts, hith erto have not been numerically strong enough to defeat the Japanese army. Much time Is necessary for overcom ing all tho difficulties of strengthen ing the active army so as to enable it to accomplish with completo succoss the arduous but honorable task im posed upon ...

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. — 20 October 1904

L The Peace of the Mountains. I with I could get tho pcaco of tho moun tains into me. The mountains or Qod aro ovor still, full of rest; "Be quiet" they say. and lift their thoughts up to heaven; The lark with his wings aa ho rises brushes their creat; They rather tho roao of dawn, the clory of even; Tho night with her stars leans on thctn. bicast to her hreitnl. I .wish I could get tho peaco of tho moun tains Into inc. And nor to huve nil the woild a trouble to mo. I am full of frebi and fatlaucs. angers and fears; I Wish the mountains would tell me their secret of peace. They have seen men born and die, all the work of their hands Pase like tho leaves of autumn; Increase and decreuso Of natural things, and tho years, lllto a glassful or sunds, Itun out and be done, and tho nations wither and cease. They huyo looked to God through all the days and the yours; 1 wish I wore utJU llku the mountains, not vexed,, full or fears. Tho wind roars over them, singing up from tho sea; There Is...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 20 October 1904

" 'fflfll'fl r ler-" MTH THE WORLD'S Fact I Little; BEST WRITERS find Fancy People TSj-vr'- The Road to Yesterday. Ob, the nursery Is lonely, and the gar den's full of ruin, And there's nobody at all who wants to play, But I think If I should only run with all my might and main I could leave this dreary country of To-day. For It can't be far to croon It, slnco I came myself last nlghtf "When I went to sleep they brought me all the way And To-morrow'3 very near, they say It's almost in our sight, So I soon could come again to Yester day. Over there my boat 19 sailing, all alono upon the pond I must hurry back boforo sho blows astray; And arbutus flowers uro trailing in the pleasant! ileitis beyond. With the other little, lovely flowers of May. And the trees are white with blossoms, and tho nlr is bright with song. And the children all are happy there and gay. Oh, I want to go to find them now, and you may como along, If you'll show me, please, tho road to Yesterday. Caroline McCormlc...

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. — 20 October 1904

J FOR GOOD ROADS WESTING IN OKLAHOMA CITY OCTOBER 28TH AND 29TH WILL BE AN INTER-TERRITORIAL AFFAIR An Organization to be Formed Many Persons of Note to be Pres ent Secretary Wilson Expected Reduced Rates On All Railroads OKLAHOMA CITY: October 28th and 29th a good roads meeting, under tho supervision of W. II. Moore, president oC tho national association, will bo eld In this city. Tills Is to bo a twin territory convention and all cities and towns aro not only In vited, but aro expected to send dec gatlons to tlicao meetings. Much In terest Is being taken, ami a large at tendance Is looked for. All rallroadd anywhero in the territories will givo u one-faro rate, plus twenty-live cents, for this occasion. At this convention will bo many men of prominence, including tho fol lowing: James Wilson, secretary of agricul ture; Unltod States Senator LuLlmor of South Carolina, father of tho good roads bill now in congras; Bryan Snyder, Mossrs. Davidson, Purdon, Scbulton and Strain of tho Fr...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 20 October 1904

r,ffllyyirm,WtliW THE CIMETER, Published every wok iu ti inteioBl, of the Negro by tho Gimetcr Publishing Co. Entoroil at tho Pet Ollico nt Muskogee, I. T., ns oucoud class inuil luattor. SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu advance) On Year $1.00 Six Months CO Three Months 25 W. II. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. As wo get nearer to election day the odds on Roosevelt be come greater, and those who fa vor the republican candidates are betting two to one against his democratic opponent. They have begun work on the street car line. Grading con tracts have been let and a laige number of ties are now on the road hero. This is another of the great enterprises of our growing city. The Gould brothers, who are at the head of the Gould System of Railway ot this country, have been diawn to Muskogee and will be here Saturday, They have boug...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 20 October 1904

wwftlifrw'tlt fxyM' H?c-old fifcdtK- t isn't the coot of the dresses That makes ablg holo In the purso; It Isn't tho co3t of tho boarding, Although that could hardly bo worse. Nay, LMs Ih what makes us a bank rupt, And leaves us of money bereft: Tho gas bill they want us to pay for Tho house that wo shut up and left. Boll weevil's In tho cotton, Black rust Is In the wheat; Pray, won't some kindly Insect Tho breakfast foodstuff oat? Littlo Bopcep had lost her sheep And didn't know whore to ilnd them.' "If they wero only street car hogs," sho moaned, "I'd just know whero to look for them!" Heroin wo can seo tho disadvantage of being a shephordess. When childhood's gay frolicking Paid with a bruise, Brown paper and vinegar Quick thoy would use. And now when Society's Bruises outcry, White paper and viuego Critics apply. Clovls had just slain tho warrior for breaking tho vase of Soissons. "I'm glad It happened," ho mused, "otherwise, later on, I would havo been compelled to kill tho coo...

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. — 20 October 1904

rrgjWf vpopftr jjw ,r9,i5(yr., ,vft,rr 0 WASH BLUE Cost 10 cents and equals 30 cents worth of any other kind of bluing, Won't Spill or Break Can't Spot Clothes DIRECTION! FOR USES Wftleficls around in the xaateu At U wlM Grocer. Children In the Home. Wo bare no perfect idea of a home without children. It may possess ov ery material and necessary comfort, and its hearthstone may shine with a flame as pure and as constant as tho vestal fire; but without the patter Ing of llttlo feet and the merry ring ing of treble voices in its apartments, it is "found wanting." Little children complete and crown every home on earth; such, indeed, is the design of heaven. Dr. Davlcg. A Celestial Office Seeker. "Yes," said tho Billvillo citizen, "he tvas a nat'ral born runner for office Jest run in his blood, so to speak an' it's my firm belief that when ho land ed in parndiso the very fust thing he did wuz to git out a opposition ticket to St. Peter for gatekeeper." Atlanta Constitution. A 8ocial Hap...

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. — 20 October 1904

T'j jfi.i.il 1i.i 11 Wfc WH Local Happenings, E. T. HEARNE, City Editor. Frank Gibson of Texas is in the city. Dp. Flotchor of Wildcat was in the city Monday, Mrs. E. T. Jordan of St. Louis is in (he city taking a look, etc. Miss Nannie Ross of Talequah visitod Muskogee on the 16 Inst. C. M. Nichols and wile of Co weta woro in the city on tho 15 Inst. Tho colored school of tho city opened Monday wilh a fair at tendance, ; Tho finest lino of high grade shirts and underwear at EL LIOTT BROS. Mr. OlareneeN Wesson of We woka spent a fow days in the city this week. Rev. Wirdlow of tho Choctaw nation is here n Mending tho Min isters' convention. Rev, Burnsides of Lehigh is in the city attending a ministers' meeting. 6T ELLIOTT BROS. are loaders in first class clothing, gentlemen, ladies and children's shoes. Dr. J. II. Gurnett of Jefferson City, is in attendance to tho Ter ritorial convention. Mr. Heck Robbins of Tabor, 1. T., is in tho city on business. Ho is one of our leading men. Patr...

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. — 27 October 1904

, t.l" T 1k,U TTie Muskogee Cimeter. Volume 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday October 2jf J 904. Number 3. . Mr. Aycrs Statement. Editor vfimes: In Thursday's issue of your paper it is stated that I objected to sale of svhool property for the reason that it was an injustice to the negro ehild icn. Now, this was not the reason w:.y t'"e protest was made, nor was it fo stated to Mr. Den:dict, the sslool board's reprcsentathe, and thoo in attendance at sale. I am not dispos ed to criticize the school board for their action. They no doubt acted in good faith, and as they believe fr the best interests of the schools. But it surely was not good business judg- club lo create dissention in the re publican party, and make votes for the democrats in the new state. They protend to believe that if we are an nexed to Oklahoma that we will have mixed schools. Now, this pretention is a lie on its face, as they do not have mixed schools in Oklahoma, and should we be annexed as one state there...

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. — 27 October 1904

teiiiipasaCJW5 Muskogee Cimeter. 2K2g JSE&jrFJi "' "i retamaoi illustrations 01 W. H. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, 1ND. TER. NEW ft TATE NEWS A contract has beon let. to drill for oil and, gas at Cache. CIT'.cdb of Clinton have organiaed a protective game association. Perry Is ec-nldorng tho bu'ldlng of a creamery and ico cream plant, At Canuto, school hao bebu uus pended until after cottou picking is over. During tho la'rt day of tho recent fair at Apac o soven head of horses woro reported stolen. Women at Cordell have formed a cosmopolitan cub to Btudy United States hhtory. More than a thousand bales is the record of tho two g'ns at Snyder, In cluding tho ro:eipts for last week. At Tishomingo tho citizenship court dor led tho appl cHlon In the Glen Tucker case. ' Six hundred appli cants! are thrown out by this decision. Indianapolis' offer of $400 bonus and a free aite of six lots for tho es tb 1 hirent of a cotton gin has still no takers. G. W. Cole, a farmer living near Falrmoun...

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. — 27 October 1904

"Hjwf-i-t- A VOICE PROM THE PULPIT Ttev. Jacob D. Van Doren, of 6? Sixth street, Fond Da Lac, Wis., Presbyterian lerfyian say a: "I had attacks of kidney dis orders which kept me in the bouse for days at a time, unable to do anything. What I suffered can Lardly be told. Complica tions set in, the par ticulars of which 1 will bo pleased to give in a personal in terview to any one who requires infor mation. This 1 can conscientiously ay: Doan'o Kidney Pills .caused a general Im provement in my health. They brougni great relief by lessening the pain and correcting tho action of the kidney secretions." Doan'a Kidney Pills tor sale by all dealers. Price, GO cents. Foster-Mil-burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. aK ttJHInff Birth's Pepntatleik TTie peputatle of the earth dauMea (n 2f0 years. Hi i I i in Mra. Wlaetew'e Setvfthtatr Syr, far cnllarea teetalu , eefteee tee gvnt, riM ta aaaetiee,eluyeelcarew4MeeUo. SHe kettle. Underaatd English Statesman. H Is estimated that there are fully 1,000 persons ...

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. — 27 October 1904

' itsw,fcy7yl "MWrtWMMtfftV IV THE C1METER, tJili tuii'd i very vurl in lut Lulu res I o tlioNt'tTflir the Pirn- tor Publishing Co. Enron, tit MM' h'Oz-t uIIWju nf Mmdccguc, 1. 'J1., art second class until lunitur. StTRSOIUPTlON: (In adv. wee) Oif Yr nr $1.0') 'Jhivo Afoi 1 1 ii K"""!J"r.!"!""" V"V".""." 2R ll8?Mi'tl troop, rs up the hill and the - giMiL victory at that point was t .c.rs ns much if not more than nny of the (1 no excellent work in nil of the In dian campaigns, and while I was in t e es , I Lad a number of op, or tuirtles of witnessing h wjndorfu. work. He Hived a massacre of the Seventh In S!0." "At San Juan hill At o-American soldiois rendered an object lesicn to all of tie so diois ass mblol the c. They sung nnd fought and pushed tho O. H. FARLEY & CO THE LEADING Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers. Phcne 436, Office 223 Okmulgee Avenue. V. fl. T.WIN 13 - - - - I'M i tor. P. WOOD, Asg't Editor and Manager, t s jldlers there." .1 P. TRIM ISLE - - - .Solicitor. Re...

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. — 27 October 1904

i gjmM' &wz? jmzc The Rainbow Gold, "1 wanted to bring you soma sold," ho said, With a nush on his warm littlo chetk, rose-red. And a shako of his tresses sunny, "JJeforo tho rainbow had faded tiwivy. I climbed to the top of the hill to-d.ij, To dig for tho pot of money. "I parted tho grasses that grew on the knoll; And dug- and dug such a deep, dcop hrlo, But I wish my hands wore stronper. I'm aur that tho rainbow touched the ground Jut there, and I njhjht have found The gold If I'd wulted longer. "But I grew ao tired and hot pretty soon, That, when all tho bes were rinsing for noon, I gave up trying to find It. I don't much think, after alldo you? Tho story they told mo ctm bo qulto true; But, please, oh, please, not to mind U! "For look what I gathered and brought you instead." With a dimple in each round check, he said: ""I think they aro Just ao splendid A. posy as big as my hand would hold. Of buttercups shining and yellow as gold. That grow where tho rainbow ended." Wo po...

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. — 27 October 1904

g8MtegicaaMirira J I I 1 PROTECT INDIANS NEW RULING REGARDING 6ALE6 BY "INCOMPETENT8" MONCY MUST BE DEPOSITED IN TREASURY Cheek to be Made Out by Guardian Indian Agent Must Know That In. dlan Gets Value RecivedRullng Docs Not Apply to All Indians MUSKOGEE: Tho Indian agont for tho five civilized tribes has been notified or an Important ehango In tho rulo lu selling land through tho agency. Tlio now rulo Is that in cases whoro, in tho opinion of tho Indian agent, tho allottee Belling hio land Is not compeTt to handlo tho money received from tho sale, tho money must bo deposited In tho Unive.l States treasury, and will bo subject to tho check of tho guardian of tho in competent or minor, as tho caso may bo, not to oxceod tho amount or ?10 per month, and tlio ngout will have to know that tho Indian Is gcttli: raJuo received for each check. Tho term incompotont refers to Indiana whoso knowledge of business affairs Is limited. The new order also states that thoso wiiobo land has already ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 27 October 1904

.jnlls mmw?f wmmmmmmmmim?mmwwTW7f I VISIT PRESIDENT DELEGATION LOOKING TO PRO TECTION OF INDIANS' RIGHTS TO EMBODY PRESENT PROTECTIVE LAWS Prospective Amalgamation of Two Territories Causes Friends of In dlans to Go to Washington -Presi-dent Promises to Discuss Matter in Message. Delegation Calls on President Reia tive to Rights of Indians WASHINGTON: The president had a conference today with Colonel A. S. McKonyon and Grant Evans, both of Indian Territory. They were introduced by Morrill Edwa ds Gnts of the Dnwes Indhn commission. Col onel McKonyon, who w:s forrre-ly a member of the Dawes rommistio:; biniPOJC, and Mr. Evans piesidcnl of tb0 Grant Kendall college of In'i an Territory, have been sent to Wash Jngton by various interests of the territory to guard and protect the rights of the Indhns of the to-ritory iu connection with the prospective almalfiamation of the territory with Oklahoma as one ct'ie. It was represented to the president by the visitors that the iuteresls ot the...

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. — 27 October 1904

mtutk. Autumn Dreamlnga. '" t don t know what'o tho reason that alone about this season When the golden rod Is blazing and tho rnQtuie'H getting brown, hear the locu.st calling and old brlndlo bawling, bawling While tho apples in tho orchard ono by ono are dropping down, That I sort of stop my hurry let up about my worry As 1 loaf about tho barnyaid and en Joy tho autumn haze, And forgot tho locust'u droning and old brlndle'.s loncHomo lowing For I Homchow aoe tho faces that I shaw In other days. And I And myaolf reviewing wJiat for years I've been twlolng Cut It acetnn ay if the moat of It wns M only childish play, while the things moit -worth tho keep ing and for wnlch to-day I'm weep ing Have been lost In llfo'a blind nhuf fla and liavo vanished clean away. But tbia autumn air la clearer and It brings up objects nearer, Or perhaps It magnifier) them ns I sco them thtough njy teara; Maybe that may bo the reason that alonar about this seonon I can ooo the onoH I uood to lovo way ba...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 27 October 1904

t''iWW"'ufy,''IM''''Tw' M"v"?" rt-4'r ?wPVK'v1W&b fefrfllfWi i. THE CIMETER, iJnbl'fiho(l tvciy week in mo iutuioHtof tho Nor( bv tlio OinWor PnblMiing Co. Eut crt.nl ut the Pot Ollioo t Muskogee, I. T., us rccond class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In mlvivuee) One Year $1.00 Six Months 60 Thivo Months 25 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. i Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. R. A. Q I YENS, WATCH-MAKER C& JEWELER. Dealer In Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Etc. Just opened in front of U. S. Court IIouso, and has just re ceive my fall lino of Jewolry which ia strictly first-class and up-to-date in every respect. 1 carry nothing but the best goods and of the latest dbsigri. My prices are reasonable. Call and scoHhe latest whether you want to buy or not. North Second S . Muskogee, lnd. Ter. It Is reported that tho pastor of tho A. M. E. church...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 27 October 1904

w'wwi at ,' -i i mmgfBmfmfyf'f I On Man's Meat Another's Poison..! , In the rlvora of somo of the West! Indian islands thero abound fifth which' It would bo deadly poison for Euro peans to eat, but which tho nativos find a nourishing and cnjoyablo diet. In parts of Now Zealand thcro grows a cort of orange which no ono but a native can cat without becoming 111, whllo a couple would probaDly polsor; the average European. A Refined Compliment. At tho Instant Queen Elizabeth ol England alighted at Kcnllworth, on visit to, Leicester, nil the clocks in tho rastlo wcro stopped, and by a dollcato attention the hands continued to point toward the moment of her arrival, fclnco uo ono was to take note of time during tho royal sojQuru thero. Work can only be got through by, mulhod. Muddle- flics before Ir, and hugger-mugger beomes a thing un huottii. Samuel Smllon. Insect Migration. There arc many Insects that ml grato from ono quarter of tho globe to another by moans of tho vessols which ply b...

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. — 27 October 1904

fj iimpmjm P fm&pfV iijjtiifatyjIjpsfaQriH - - -yMw vj, , w- ., , -u.v-w1! BLOOD WILL TELL A THEORY SUPPORTED BY FRESH, CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE. A Rtccnt Instance Proves That a Woman's Happiness Is Largely De pendent on the State of Her Blood. ff When the blood te disordered overy organ of tho body Is ajfcctd unfavor ably and falls to discharge Us func tions properly. In tho cn.se of every woman nature has made special pro vision for a periodical purification of the blood, and no long as this occurs her health and spirits unfailingly re veal the benefiolal results. So slight a cause as a cola or a nervous shock may produce ft suppression of this ltal function, and until it is restored ah 1b doomed to misery. Tho remedy that has proved most prompt and effective in all disorders peculiar to tho female sex is that which brought such great relief to Miss Mattie Griggs, of No. 807 Indiana street, Law rence, Kansas, concerning' which she speaks as follows: "In the winter of 1902, from som...

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. — 27 October 1904

ffi GErtGMIMO IN OLD AGE. He lo No Longer Looked Upon 33 a Ohlf by the Apachos. Geronlma wnn at Lnwton last week. Tho health of the pA chlof Ih hUII good, although ho 13 vary atjed. Ills homo la t-T. yjllon from Tiwton, yet ho usually walks to and from tho idaco to do his trading. Ho Is qullo often ashed to give an exhibition of his skill aa a marks man with tho bow. This ho readily consents to do provided a nickel to ma do tho targot and It becomes hl-j own In caeo he hits It, loronimo denlos tho statement of (Ion. Miles that tho general captured him. Tho old warrior says that somo whero uy on tho mountains, whon ha was on tho warpath, tivo whlto men eamo to him and told blm that Gon. Miles wanted to seo him. Tho mon accompanied him to tho camp of tho general and ho was mada a prisoner. Goronlmo taya ho thinks It was In Arlzonn, tho territory of hlj birth. Anyway, ho says It was up In tho mountains. Tho tribal relations of tho Apaches have boon dissolved, and thoy no long er look u...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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