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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 10 November 1904

Call of the City. '( Faint and far, like a thing: of dreams, With palace nnd mart and spire, WKh tho tread of a million hurrying feet, With hope and regret and desire Tho city lies and It calls with a voice That touches men's souls with lire. The fields stretch far to the rim of tho day. And afar to the rising sun. The valleys between bear lilies white, As tho snood of a cloistered nun; The winds of heaven, untrammcled and sweet, Fan meadow and fen and fall But ever and over the wind fares forth With its burden, the city's cull. Tho maid who dreams by the sldo of the brook That flows from tho niche In tho hill. Heeds not that the bird on tho blossom Iiik spray bits mute to hear her trill The tender lilt of an old love song, I' or sho catches the throng's acclaim In tho voice of the brook und the whis pering breeze They bring her the inessauo of fame. The youth with his hand on the stub born plow, As furrow on furrow he turns, Bares his head to tho tempter breeze And a wondrous fire ...

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. — 10 November 1904

".g m vm m MMOn yUVD w& King of the World. In the acorn Is wrapped the forest, In thn little brook, tho seu; llio twlr that will Hway with the sparrow to-day Ih to-rnoi row's Htunly tree. 'I hero Ih hope In a mother's Joy, Like a poach In Km blossom furled, And u nonlo hoy, a gentlu boy, A manly boy Im king of tin: world. Tito power thai will never fall us Is iIhi houI of simple truth: Tho oak that defic tho stormiest skies Viin upright In Its youth. 11m beauty no thno can destroy In tho puro young heart In furled; And a worthy boy, a tender boy, A falthrul boy la king of tho world. The cub of tho royal lion in irii1 In his play; PI to eaglet's nrlilo Ih an firry-eyed Ah tho old blrJ'H, bald and grey. 'I lie nervr that heroeH employ In tho child's young Jinn hi furled; And a Kalian t boy, u ti'iitliful boy, A btave, pure boy Is king of the world London Answeia. A Pumpkin Fountain. Tlio pumpkin season Ih horo, and nil tho uotmtry boys uml some of the girls tiro making Jack o' lan...

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. — 10 November 1904

Tl'i.V"?'-.. rsr-ymiiimminWJKS J. W. ADAMS ALL AT FAIR AND HONEST PRICES,, lw m & $ 2& tfr tegyftfWWuwK friitnmiMiit iijmttt , Oi '1 iM . n 43 M . I " , 22 West Okmulgee Avenue, X13STES BUILDING NEAR KATY TRACK,) MUSKOGEE INDIAN TER. Dry Goods, Millinery, Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings : : : : : THE CI METER, I'ublihheil ( very week in tut interest of tho Noro bv tho Cimi'ter Publishing Co. Eiitoren at tlu Po-t OHico nt Miibkogee, I. T., us second claws mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (lu advance) One Yonr $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 W. II. TWINE --- - Editor. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J.T.TRIMBLE .- - - Solicitor. place of worship that lias been provid- ed so far as the worknienship is con-J corned is no doubt well done, but we J think that $7,500 even after a more' commodious church, should have seated the same with proper seats and placed a nice organ for the use of the chuicii. Of course, they have none of this and as we stated before there is s...

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. — 10 November 1904

r V t. c? -f l- I iMA Few Good OncseM A good tailored skirt wo'rth $2.60 for 1.50 An extra value S3.50 skirt for 2.50 A beautiful tourist coat . suit worth J5.00 for,. 12.50 12 i-2c outirg 'flannel beautiful patterns per yard 10c A good outing, per yard.. 5c Full size bed sheets worth 75c 50c Linen table dama&k regular 75c value3 at per yard 45c Blankets, Comfort, Facinators. Shawls, Hoods, Caps, Dress Goods, Shirt waiet and Handkerchiefs : : We ndvlso all of our readers to trade with the peoplo that advertise In this Journal. . They are deserving merchants, and they will sell you goods cheaper than you can get them elsewhere and at the same time give you ilrst class articles. The fellow who will not advertise shows that ho is not in favor of helping race enter prlsos, and if he is a colored man shows that ho is not a race man. There are some merchants who refuse to advertiso in a colored newspaper. You should shun these cusses as tho devil shuns holy water. They are grafters an...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 10 November 1904

Local Happenings. .7. W. Bryant va3 in the city'Tues d y. .Jacob Robin Koberson of Jefferson, Texas, is in the city. .Mr. Lukic of Gntesville wns here Tuesday. K. X. Shannon of Checotah was hi re Monday on business. Patronage our advertisers and you will gat goods as represented. Uev. Buchanan, of Mississippi is p ospecting in Muskogee and vicinity. Wa'ch for C5ra'iam-SiTes & Go's, half page advertisement in next is sue of the Cimcter. Prof. Hubbard A. Clark, son of the well known- educator of St. Louis, Mo,, is on a visit here. Dr. Gueis of Claiicsvi'le and Law yer Carrington of Wagoner, were shaking hands with friends here Mon day. Mr. Peter Kuciley and fourteen others left Monday night for Chetopa, Kansas, to cast votes for Roosevelt i.nd a continued full dinner pail. Mr. Wm. Rentie of Rentiesville, was here rtnsating real es tate business Tuesday and left the where-with for a yeaFs subscription to the Ci meter. Mr. Rentie is also our agent at Rentiesville. Rev. P. H. Tyson, ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 10 November 1904

y iff r' t Wwg-. 7 "'W "V )W- r fca i iiiiwa vr m l Muskogee Ci meter. W. II. TWISK, Kilitor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. HEWS OF THE NEW STATE Up to last week tho Hollls gin has turned out 1,700 bales this season. It Is rumored that the Santa Fe Is to erect roundhouse and shops at Shawneo to cost $300,000. Oklahoma has paid Kansas for tlic kooping of convicts fcinco October 7th, 189C to the present time $22G,7tf8.73 Tho sale of vacant lots In Ravin Is set for November 15th. Tho Creek council has appropriated $70,000 for tho schools of the nation Tho application for establishment of tho American National Bank at Ponca City with a capital stuck ot $50,000 has been approved by tho com ptroller of tho currency. Will Harper, aged twenty-three, ol Tecumseh, whllo attempting to board a moving train was thrown under tha wheels and ono of his legs was cul off. , A cotton compre?s company In Oklahoma, City has contracted to fur nish $00,000 worth of cotton to a tlrm of Japanoso for immediate dhtpmen...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 10 November 1904

& QUICK RESULTS. TV W. J. Hill, of Con- W V cord, N. C, Justice of ftfc tho Peace, saya: fe. T "Doan 3 Kidney P1113 proved a very efficient remedy in my case. I used them for disor- dcred kidncya and from backache, which I had experienced ?,i a great deal of trouble and pain. The kid ney secretions were very Irregular, dark colored and full of sediment. The pills cleared it all up and I have not had an ache in my hack since taking the last dose. My health gen erally is improved a great deal.' FOSTER-M1LBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers, price BO cents per box. Better Still; Don't Worry. It won't do to stand on a street car IrncK while you aro worrying for fear I a shooting star will hit you. There Is more Catsrrn In t uls ectton of tn conntry tbtn all other dlH-tse nut toi;ether, and until tbo lam few years wsa supposed to be incurable. Vor treat many yean doctors pronounced It a local dleeAo aud prescribud local remedies, and by constantly fnlllnt; to wire with l...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 10 November 1904

Oiomuiir.lJgWB i DR. J. BOSTON HILL Troats All Discuses. Calls Answered Promptly ::::::;:: Phonk 594 . 20 1 -2 Okmulgee Avenue . A. 3. MORE A, Lawyer, 20 1-2 Okmulgee Avenue. Clothiers and Haberdashers B !.R Bradley Realty BANK & Trust Co. CAPITAL 8260,000 The largest land owners in the Creek Nation. See us for city and farm property. J. W. S I P P E S DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, and Meats. Phone 70, Muskogee. GRAIN AND FEED. Best treatment to all. CREEK CITIZEN S Realty Bank & Trust Co. MUSKOGEE: I. T. Money loaned on Real Estate, Chattel and person r ' ' a) security :::::: . Real Estate Bought and Sold. Deposits Received. Your Business Solicited. A,G. W. SANGO, President. W. A. RBNTIE, Cashier. ROBERT A. FINCH Fresh and Salt Meats, LARD, BALONA and FRESH SAUSAGE. Telephone 575, 223 N. 2nd St., Muskogee,, I. T. WHO ARE YOUR HABERDASHERS? If we are not it is because you have not in spected our line. From whom do you buy your SHOES? If you do not buy them from us it is becaus...

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. — 17 November 1904

jamsmM The Muskogee Cimeter. Volume 6. Muskogee Indian Territory Thursday November 17, 1904. Number 6 FIRST SALE P P P gr f 0 r r. jt J 5 J 5 J P P r .r F ,F P r r ?t J T 5 J V' F r r r r P r r 7 , , , W OF EARLY WINTER GOODS We do not wait to be pushed into line with low prices but we keep in line and always in the lead. Our custo mers well know the class and style of goods we carry, and during this sale will be marked lower than the low est. Remember the sale begins THURSDAY, NOV. 17, continue through SAT. NOV. 26. Dress Goods. 40 inch all wool Cheviot in all colorings worth 65c per yard on sale at 45c All wool Venetian cloth and fancy Zibalines in an endless va riety, worth 60c at 45c The greatest variety of Broad cloths to be found. No.. 1003 Broadcloths that sold in the larg est cities for $1.75 will be placed on sale at $1.25 The 81.25 Broadcloth, the best in the market for that price, on tiale at 90c Prunella cloth in any desirable shade. This is the most popular medium weigh...

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. — 17 November 1904

Muskogee C? meter. IV. II. TWINK, IMltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. NEW STATE NEW8 In tho United States Court at Ryan 'ihe jury brought In a verdict of tcquittnl in tho cases of Henry nud foni Dossct, charged with the mur der of Drew Wade at Courtney, about two years ago. Tho United States court house at Durnnt was badly damaged by firo 'ast week. Tho damago is estimated At 1,500. A section of tho Santa Fo bridge at, Purcoll, which washed away during tho recent high water, was found high and dry by some section men near Calvin last wtek. J. G. West, a farmer GO years old, living near Ravia, was shot and killed Friday eveplng in a personal diffi culty. Ernest Roberts, a young married man, lias been arrested. Arrangements havo been mado by Senator George Brett of Ponca City to ship 15,000 head of cattle from Mexico into Oklahoma during tho present open season and feed them in the Osage Indian country this wintor. John Philip Sousa, tho "march king," will tour Oklahoma and Indian Territory t...

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. — 17 November 1904

M ANOTHER LIFE SAVED. Mrs. O. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, Md., Wlfo of O. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wico mico County, If I M says: "l suf fered with kid ney complaint for eight years. It camo on me gradually. I felt tired and weak, wai short of breath and was trou bled with bloating after eating, and my limbs were badly swollen. One doctor told mo It would finally turn io Brlght's disease. I was laid up at one time for three weeks. I had not taken Doan's Kidney Pills more than threo days when the distressing ach ing across my back disappeared, and I was soon entirely cured." 7or sale by all dealers. Price 60 CJUts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.N.Y. Effect of Bee Stings. Two bee stings sunlco to kill a spar row in two or threo hours. Analysis of tho bee poison has shown that it contains three principles one convuls ive, ono stupefying and ono which g rcs rise to acuto inflammation. - A NOTHE DAME LADY'S APPEAL To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, whether muscular or of t,ho joints, sciatica...

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. — 17 November 1904

.."fff-.w,. r,r,.7r?t$T.r7J'. .V JmtJrX&kiRfWGfr i HE C1METER, I'.ii.t hiimi veiy week in tut in tar oat of t lie Ni'crrt 1) v the CimMor PubliHhing Co. Kn'rr." hi the fr'ot OlHce nt Muidcogeo, 1. T., us Rocoud clnsK ninil mutter. SUBSCRIPTION: (la ndvttnce) O -ir Y- ar fl'.OO :-ix Months 60 'I hrou Mom t hi 2fi V. II. TWINE ... - Editor. WOOD, Ass't EJitor and Munager. J. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I lie e' y announce myself as a can-. dhh'.te for t c office of posimas er of M:isko;ce, Hiib.'ect to the action of the upub'i'jan clubs of Muskogea. R. T. ESTES I heiely announce myse'.f as a can d'daie for the office of postmaster of Musko ;eejsubjecL to the action of the icpubliran c'u's of Muskogee. I. N. URY. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of post master of Muskogee subject to the action of the Republican club of Mupkogeo. FRANK W. IlEED. I hereby announ.c myself as a candi date for the office tf post master of Muskogee subject to tho act...

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. — 17 November 1904

i V'. K 4 w iii ? r THE JLtCJMIATING PARTY NOUNCED. DE- E. E. Sims, the President of Lin coln club comes out in a letter as gives some of his club members hell about selling out, etc. We are sat isfied the president of the club is anx ious to protect the good name of his club but in our opinion the club was conceved in iniquity and brought forth jn sin and it is just natural for them to be guilty of the crime that the president accuses them of. How ever the fellows who are accused of selling, so we are informed, claim I that the president has a deal on of his own. It's a case of pot calling the kettle black and in this we are reminded of the watermelon feast on the hill at which time the members of that famous club charged each other with selling out and one cuss came near being choked to death and a preacher member squalled out "any fellow that says I'se got de swag is a dam liar." Great fellows are the Lincoln club outfit. They are birds from start to finish and are the tools of t...

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. — 17 November 1904

THE CIMXTER, I'uiilmlietl cveiy week in tm iiitonmtof f lm Nro b,r tlia Oimrtor Eublf nhlng Co. Enteruu at thu Pot Olllco lut MuBkofe, -) 1 1.,. ft second clnM mail rantter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance ) One Year .... $1.00 Fix Montbi 60 'J hrea Month! 25 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. .I.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. The Irlbh World is one of the best panels in the United States and was ery hejpful in the election of Presi dent' Roosevelt. It is doing for the Irish peoplo what the Negro papers aio doing for our race. . And when they any Arkansas is about to be saved and qpme over on tho Lord's side, we unaginc we hear .those a rOh angels of rebellion and prejudice Vardman and Tillman say and "Thou too Brutus." get out of your race. "Hint to the wise is sufficient." Step pretending and be a loyal race man, or, your statesmanship is doomed for defeat in this country. The deck is being cleared and our guns will soon be ready for action. We will al low a chance ...

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. — 17 November 1904

Parker Sends Congratulations "Tho President, Washington. "The peoplo by their voles havo emphatically approved your administration, and I congratu late you. ALTON B. PARKER." t Washington, Oct. 8. -Prcsl-l dent Roosevelt's reply to Judge fr Parker's telegram was as follows: C "Alton D. Parker, Rosemont, N. Y.: "I thank you for your congratu- lations. "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." WEST VIRGINIA Parkersburg West Virginia seems lo have kept pace with the rest of tho onion. Tho democrats concede that Roosevelt has carried the stato by over 10,000, but have not conceded tho election of William C. Dawson, the republican nominee for Governor, although his election is claimed by tho Republicans by over 20,000. VIRGINIA Richmond Actual and estimated returns glvo Parker and Davis about 27,000 majority in the state. Tho ninth district is tho only ono carried by the republicans. publican. Tho legislature Is strongly-republican. WISCONSIN Milwaukee The latest estimates Df republican pluralities in Wisco...

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. — 17 November 1904

THE RURAL ROUTES ACCORDING TO POPULATION OKLAHOMA 13 IN THE LEAD HAS HALF AS MAHY AS STATE OF TEXAS There Are Four Hundred Routes In Operation, and More Applications on File The Country Roads Are Prov ing to be Hindrances GUTHRIE: Oklahoma, according to population, lias a larger proportion of rural mall delivery routes In oper ation than any western stale. The Btato of Texas, with Its millions or population, has about 800 routes; Ne braska, Kansas and Iowa have in tho neighborhood of 1,000 each, and Mis souri has about 800 In operation. In this territory there are 400 routes in operation, and by January 1, H5,00 fam ilies will bo served by rural routes In Oklahoma. This means that 1G0.000 persons will receive their malls dally, It being delivered by rural carriers em ployed by tho government for that purpose. Over $300,000 Is disbursed annually to rural carriers In this ter ritory, and to this Is another of the benefits derived from tho rural deliv ery system. Four rural agents have...

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. — 17 November 1904

ummwi iiUfrmSGUfSt 4- BHBBB"BP1V MB"HBlifflliifgT ?Vi HON BIRD S. McGUIRE, Re-Elected as Delegate to Congress McGUIRE ELECTED HAS DEFEATED MATHEWS BY NEARLY 1,500 VOTES PLURALITY AHEAD OF TWO YEARS AGO The Delegate Ran Ahead of the Re publican Ticket In Nearly Every County Vote In Southern Counties Was Light Hon. B. S. McGuire has been re elected us Oklahoma's delegate to congress by a plurality of 1,002. Mathews did not run as well In tho westoru part of tho territory as was expected, and the increaso of Mo Guiro's majorities in Woods, Logan, and Lincoln counties and the roduccd majorities of Mathews as compared with Cross in othors would indi cate that the republicans were nearly correct in their estimate of 1,700 ma jority for McGuire. The Oklahoman claims that tho election is close, but llgures Mathews in tho lead by be tween 500 and 700. GUTHRIE: According to tho last figures received at territorial republi can headquarters, and practically final, tho following table shows tlio...

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. — 17 November 1904

Rf - ROOSEVELT CHOSEN ELECTED BY LARGEST POPULAR VOTE EVER RECORDED PARKER CONGRATULATES THE PRESIDENT All Doubtful States Went Republican Missouri Breaks Away from Solid South Both Houses or Congress Strongly Republican ELECTORAL VOTE Roosevelt 34J Parker 104 Necessary to a Choice 239 New York: Tho republican national ticket has been elected by a vole In tho electoral college that will exceed that of 292 given for McKlnlcy In 1000. Tho result of tho balloting was as tounding even to tho most sanguine of tho republican managers. Conlidcnt as thoy wcro of success, they wero not prepared for tho astonishing fig ures which followed tho closing of tho polls, bringing Into tho republican col umn not. only all of thoso states thoy had claimed as safo for their candi dates, but, with tho possible exception of Maryland, every stato considered doubtful. Democratic successes aro confined to tho solid south, in which Kontucky is included, and Mr. Parker has not carrlod a singlo stato which did...

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. — 17 November 1904

" -qpw -4T' 5 f Vv I ' O i Local Happenings. The bill of fare for Thanksgiving will be superb at Jones Cafe. Miss Bessie Wallace friends at Waco, Texas. DR R. H. Waterford. Diseases fo women and successfuly treated. Also uhronicdlseascs of men- J0 1-2 East Okmulgee avenue. is visiting VVVVyyMMMV Take your Thanksgiving dinner at Jones Cafe. Dan Pratt, of Eufaula, was in Mus kogee Wednesday on business. E. E. McDanlel of South Town, has again arrived in our city. Mr. Chas. Lane has returned from an extended visit to Texas. I L. J. Merriweathers of Boyntoh, was in the city Wednesday. I If you want an extra good dinner Thanksgiving day go to Jones Cafe. Henry Dedmon and daughter, of Clarksville, were shopping here Sat urday. Mr. Ben Nail of Choctaw Nation, was in Muskogee Tuesday and Wed nesday. Allen Myers, of Wagoner, visited Muskogee Saturday and Monday on land matters. , Mr. Tucker of Okmulgee, was shak ing hands with friends in Muskogee Wednesday. Mrs. Katie Terry left Monday even ...

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. — 17 November 1904

Him- -mm K lL ! I ' M TtfTe Dreamer's Dream. With many a furrowed trace of life's wind-rrettod deep. Here Ilea uj, common face an aced niaa asleep.f Just off the dusty way whereon the aun- glarc brrnks, i Amid the drown) of day, a caaual nap ha ' taken. Only a poor old man; yet whence, throuaa all dlaaulne , Of ytara of toll and tan, ateal over hit ' cloaed eyea t These a-leama, aoft aa a kite, which to the face Impart A beauty and a bllaa-the youthtlme of the heart T By made rceand bleat the ecara have ' been annealed; "The waves are all at reat; an Inner peace revealed, l That lunda each furrowed trace of Ufa's ' vilnd-fretterl deep tx. . A tender, childlike grace on (hla old meat asleep. Life's Little Inconsistencies. u "Yes," aaid the fashionable doctor, ' as ho wrote out a prescription, "yo have told me your symptoms and I eo you are troubled with acute ner Tousness." ' "O!" wailed the fair patient, "every ' littlo noise makes me Jump, every time a door creaks I start like a pe...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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