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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 January 1905

j r fc J '' F' mpmi IS. l t 'U 3" .1? EsSES THREE YEAR3 AFTER. NKSCELLAN Loss of Soil Nitrogen. The nitrogen of the soil Is one of its most important constituents and a fer tilizing clement that quickly disap pears. It volatizcH rapidly and one of the chief agents of holding it in tho soil is tho humus. When the humus hecomcs exhausted the nitrogen es capes with increased rapidity. Ex periments with continuous wheat growing on the same soil have- shown that tho animal and vegetable matter in the soil disappears very rapidly. This causes the liberation of the nitro gen. As long as tho nitrogen is in combination with and forms a part of the humus, or decaying animal and vegetable matter of the soil, it is In a stable form; but as soon as tho humus decays the nitrogen is liberated in various gases and soluble forms, which are easily lost from tho soil. It is the statement of scientists that there is no element that is so readily lost as nitrogen. It is not possiblo for the mineral form...

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. — 5 January 1905

THE C1METER, PuhKJid arery weeh in tne interest of the Nfftfo-br the Cimtor Publishing Co. tewtorrnl ftt thj PoVt Oflico nt Mukogc, I. T., an Mcond clnun mail matter. "r rjiu"iisgRhiTi6in ?. (Iu advimcb) " One Yrr .. $1.00 Hix Months .' 60 Three MonlhB . 25 ' W: II. TWINE - - '- - Editor WOOD, Ass't Editor and' Munagor. J. T. TRIMBLE -" - - Solicitor. E. T. HEAttNE - - ' City Reporter. Tor mouther df Constitutional, con vention A. G. , W. Saugo. Tlie Cim'otor withe's its readers and friends a happy new year. Now is the tftne'to subscribe. " ' The negro who makes his money oh' of negroes and then seeks the ad vice of "white men to, spend, it, invar? fcjply gets his head thoroughly well' bumpe'd. The board has established a school on the ICast side for whites. Now, why not establish one on the West side for the colored children. They need it "and are entitled to it, tv ' Alexander Richmond has been ap pointed U. S. Commissioner at We woka. The appointment gives gen eral satisfaction. ...

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. — 5 January 1905

fmmmimtw9Mimnww-f LfcWftlsi an id Personal. j Willis Smith of Olarksville was here Monday. were callers at the Cimeter office Monday. Mr. Wajlfisr of Sfrpji?paia.Yis-; iting old time friends in Mutko-i gee this week. Rumor has it chat Dr. E. P Brown oft Greenville, - Miss., has closed, a t4eaMor a corner lot op posits Midland Valley depot. A boywjthavg?od education and sober, industrious habits desires em ployment with a busiqess firm. Can furnish good references. Address, K. L. Smelzcr, Clarksville, I. T. Thef J?. C. C. has, accepted an invitation to meet atths8ango Baptist College, Friday night, Jan. IS. See program in this issue. Ester Goss, Amy Cravens, Mrs. Bower, d. Trimble and Calven Gage were severely injured in a gasoline explosion at the New Method Steam Laundry on Wednesday. The two women, Ester Goss and Aniy Cravens (colored), are injured so badly that it is thought they will die. nTh(e. Creek, Undertaking Co. has purchased shares in the bur ial League of the United Stat...

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. — 5 January 1905

Learning a Boy'a Age Whllo llio agent wan selling farm machinery at the houso tho friend at tho gato held hiH horso, and a convcr sal Ion took place with the small boy of (lio family. With great incredulity ho was Bay ing: "Aro you Huro you are only nino years old? I think thero must ho some mlHtakc." Tho hoy was positive, but to mako Buro: "Ma," ho called, "ain't I just nine years old?" "Yes, son." After a tlmo ho ventured: "Say, mister, what made you think I was more than nino years old?" "Why," said the strangor, "I could not understand how you could get so dirty in nine years." The flrst stop toward curing' a croo ed world will bo to straighten your own glasses. Lost you forgot, again wo say, Cheatham's Laxativo Tablcta aro guaranteed to euro colds. Wet bathing suits aro much more effectivo than dry ones in serving Ihcir purpose. To the houBcwtfo who has not yet bocomc acquainted with the new thing of everyday use In tho market and who Is reasonably satisfied with tho old. wo wo...

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. — 5 January 1905

Calumet Baking Powder Porfoot In quality. Moderate In prloe. In the annual report of Postmaster General Robert J. Wynne, for the fiscal year omling June 30, just Issued, ho urgently recommends the estab lishmeit of a new rato of postage In connection with the rural service for the delivery of small parcels. It Is shown that there has grown up a de mand by patrons of the rural free de livery service for the handling of light packages of merchandise, and the present rate of one cent per ounce is declared practically prohibitive. For instance, a grocer who receives an order over the telephone for a pound of coffee would have to pay six teen cents to send it by rural delivery. The postmaster general suggests to congress that a rate of three cents per pound or any fraction thereof be authorized for packages of this class, no parcel to exceed five pounds. This rate is intended to apply, however, only to packages deposited at the lo cal postofllce for delivery to patrons on routes from tha...

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. — 5 January 1905

Muskogee Republican Club to Elect Officers. Muskogee, I T Jan ,, 1905 Notice is licreliy given, that the :in nti.il meeting of the Muskogee Repub lican Club is hereby called to meet .it Wiley Jones' Hall 011 South Sec ( 'id street, on Monday night, January j, 005, at 7:30 p, 111., for the purpose f electing officers of the club for tin ensuing year, and for such other business as may conic before the club. I he prospects of early statehood legislation, and the known fact that the Creek Nation is Republican, .hould lead all republican!) to join the tegular organization and attend this iiRotiug. I. N. URV, President. GEO. K, DAVDSON. Sec"y. aoth CENTURY BATH COMPANY School of MANUAL TIIERAPUTICS, 'I he new year 111 Muskogee, on ac toitnt of various enterprises now on loot, and the erection of a number ot builditiKs in contemplation, will be mark"! I'j a great demand for labor if all kinds. Apply at the Cnneter I mploymeiit Agency is in advance of and far more sweeping than schools of ...

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. — 12 January 1905

iptyTii'-!r jii?(p,?5rt'y-''?K,rf,'w'"w ' ' M to eter. Volume 6. tqfe.tfl era in?- ) m ' hm Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, January 12, 190:5. i i , i Number 14. SIMS FOUND DEAD Slipped on an Ice Covered I I . . LI ..... .. Track, ill l ! TICKET Foi Officers of the Muskogee Rcpub" lican Club for the ensuing year. II. T VOTE FOR President, I.STES 1st Vice President The body of Prof. Stanford1 Sims was, found nrrj.tlic Midland Valley trapk, tlr,eet .n,i,i!os wes , I-:. I. TIIUR.UAN of th. city this morning, lie was1 - Vice-president, on was on the way here fr,om his H. IIURNSIDF.S sifhnnl to fiil.o thu pxnm tuitions ."nl Vice-president, KAMI'I-IS'IIA-M., He had Jal,PQ0 Iife(:iy9Ura,nie and ,V P Secretary, three months salary c ming. ;GE0UGK K. DAVIDSON When found the b idy was cqv- ered with ice. He resided at 832 North Thi.d striet. . M , ., PROMPT'SETtLCM.., T. Muskogee, I. T., Jan. 12, 05. " v. I I ,1 O.uarantp.o Life Insurance Co., Muskogee, L,T. Gentlemen: I desire to thank...

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. — 12 January 1905

American Boyn and Cigarettes It appears from recently compiled statistics tlint the number of cigar cites annually sold In this country at present Is less by nbout a billion than It was ten years ago. Whether this docrcaso may bo attributed to the operation of tho antt-clgarctto laws, to the powor of public sentiment, to tho placing on tho market of a gcrat number of cheap cigars that are usu ally classed as stogies or cheroots, o ! to all threo causes, would bo hard to determine Whether tjio health of tho nation will ultimately suffer from much tobacco smoke- Is a question over which doctors will always disa gree; no disagreement as to tho In Jurlousncss of tho use of tobacco to porsons who havo not attained their full growth. As it is probably tiuo that tho decrease in tho consumption of cigarettes is duo mainly to preven tion of indulgence in them by boys, tho fact that there Is a decrease, and a considerable one, is gratifying. Now York Tribune. I.RI! 1 1 1 1 Rl It's better to s...

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. — 12 January 1905

!iiiipiplirtiit!JlipiipPPPilW'' A Novelist's Life Rider Haggard lias dono a great many things besides write stories through which he s best known to the public. Back In the '70s he was a. prominent personage In South Afri ca master of the high court of 4ho Transvaal and the man who, with Colonel Brooke, hoisted the British Hag over tho South African republic. Hope: a sentiment in tho wag of a Jog's tail when he Is waiting for o bone. Why There Are Spinsters A cold blooded statistlcan in Wash (ngton has ilgured out that there are 1,000,000 more males than females In this country nnd sees no excuse for aid maids. But what proportion of these males are fit to become hus bands, dfter all? Minneapolis Tri bune. A Raro Good Tl ing. "Am nslng AT,L.ENS FOOT-EASE, and evi trulv say I would not have been without It 50 long, had I known the relief it would give my aoMug feet. I think it a raro good thing for nuyouohnving sore or tired foet. Mrs. Matilda Iloltwort, Providence, R. L" Sold by all...

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. — 12 January 1905

THE C1METER, PaMlaaaa1 arary wk la ta iataraat ta lUgiw by tha CtaMtar Pabliahiaf Oa. )aaUrrf at Mi Pott Otao at MtukofM, LT,,m saooad olaas mail natter. iUBSORIPTION: (la aaaaoe) Oaa Tat $1.00 fx Maathi M) hraa Months 9ft W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J. T. TRIMBLE - ' - - Solicitor. E.T. HEARNE, - - City Reporter. !" -'- " ' - , The President stood nat and the collector of port at Charleston, S. C, was confirmed. Dr. Crmn is "it." It looks a litle dnrk for the state hood bill at this time but the clouds may clear away soon. Judge Raymond's instructions to the grand and petit juries were to the point and they are doing business at that end of the street. The Pioneer has the announcement of Attorney Isaac for member of the constitutional convention. Who is next? When youthave anything to do, do it and do it at once. There is no need of taking tlirec hours to do what can be done in three minutes. j Wildcat, alias Grayson, isn coming town. The negroes who ...

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. — 12 January 1905

ffc(raW " mvnfut y. -r wrrw5t- & ,. -i,r5V 1t LOCALS. " Jl.tCr Cliilds of Ridfec is in the city. 1. A. Jackson and 'Walsh Long arc in the c;ty. r ? Prof Johtisoiroralilequair Was uealhcrbound liere Wednesday.' J " ?.,$, 4ack?on. o.GithycO.L js. now in the city. Profit nL. i?.UJ. Howard arc domiciled at the Trigg hotel. P. Helm of Koynton was in the city Tuesday. Frond Pirkins of l?t. Smith was here Saturday. - r ., .. .. Fortnightly Culture Club 'inccts at Sango College Friday-, night, all are tespectfully nivitcd to 1ie present. Rev. Geo. Rose of Sierra Leon, West Africa,' who has been sojourn ing in our fdfotfowceks, left Tl'tiesday for Guthrie, O. 'J . KUi Mclm?crf outh.McAleslcr attended a meeting of the Afro-Amer-Mcau investment and. Realty Co. here this week, '..-c., Mfsf Sadie Mapps -f I'.oynton lias returned 'from a visitft"orVasJungtoiv U. C, where she spent the holidays .vijsjfhg frieitds. , , Mr.. Washing French, of Goose IcckvBend, was a" pleasantcaller at IN SOCIETY...

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. — 12 January 1905

$ Muskogee Ci meter. VT, a. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. NEW 8TATE NEWS. Tho western dcanory of tho Episco pal church was held in Ardmore last week. It is reported that gold has been found In paying quantities near Put nam, In Dowoy county. Ovor fifty applictaions for allotment wore received at tho auxiliary to tho Cherokoe land office at Muskogee on tho first day of its existence. The Ttov Sweet and tho Ilev. A. Grant Evans will bo sent to Washing ton by tho prohibitionists of Indian Territory to labor for tho cause of temporancc in tho statehood measure. Tho report of Prof. Inman E. Page of tho university for negroes at Lang ston shows an attendance of nearly four hundred students tho largest numbor In the hitsory of tho school. William Dunn, a negro, of Wilbur ton, was arrotsed and bound over to appear before the grand Jury in South McAleHtor. Ho is charged with crim inal assuult upon a negro woman. J. H. Morgan was arrested at Elk City on a charge of having killed James Nu...

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. — 12 January 1905

HWHiwSflHOKW' ALL DONE OUT. THREE WORDS OF VALUE. Velcrnn Joshua Ilciler, of 700 South Wnlmit street, Urbnnn, 111., saj's: "In tho fall of 1899, after taking Doan's KIrlney Pills I told the renders of this paper that they hart relieved me of Kid ney trouble, dis posed of a lamo back with pain across my loins and beneath tho shoul der blades. During the Interval which has eiapsed I havo ha1 occasion to re eort to Doan's Kid ney Pills when I noticed warnings of an attack. On each and every oc raslon the results obtained were Just ns satisfactory as when tho pills were first brought to my notice. I just. as emphatically endorse the preparation to-day as I did over two years ago." Foster-MII'uirn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., proprietors. For sale by all druggists, price 50 cents per box. King a Crack Shot King Carlos of Portugal Is general ly known to be a crack shot with tho revolver, but most people have forgot ten that ho once won a prlzo at a competition after Fhootlng off a tie with the be...

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. — 12 January 1905

vriC7i5w:Eir3Tss,"jr- ar-i- r-trz HJ.ACKSMITHS WANTKD, at Tafts. A new shop and plenty of new tools. Manuel Robbins. Vixy Your Itemling HIM. our randoru will tako Horlouuly: An exchange contnlns tho follow ing IIiioh, which wo trust many of Now thnt tho cotton's all gathorod And tho money safe In tho bank, Tho children all aro shod ngaln From Mamo to llttlo Hank, And popper' got his slicker And mommcr's got her Rhawl Come In and pay tho printer, Kind KubHcrlhors, oho and all, For tho editor Is neodlng Tho llttlo dollar that you owe. lie has glvon you your reading Now you glvo him hl.s dough. For tho paper needs a now "dress," And our wife, she needs one, too, While tho pressman wants his wages, And tho "devil" asks his due! A, S. MCREY, Lawyer, 20 1-2 Okmulgee A von up. floth CENTURY BATH COMPANY School of MANUAL THERAPUTICS. Is in advance of and far more sweeping than schools of Osteopathy, including in its course of study Ustco ManipuUtiont coupled with Dr. Cor bin's famous Turlro...

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. — 19 January 1905

"HHir-Tr"" -'itwj 'n.tm su, Y . , ..( awi rnj" ? -a '- i g" J 'w . Volume 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, January 19, 1905. Number J 5. LiMJLW (sRAN D JURY DOUSES RAYMOND let Scene of Dignify Sut In tense Interest in Court Room A Shot at Accusers of the Court. MINUTES Of the Business Mens' League of Muskogee, I. T., Jan. 17, 1905. I prize the expressions contained in . I flii f r.-.l..:.-l. ..of.. L.'.rKI.. IllI,,.,,! irriUCl I l,,v iauiiuiuus v-' 111(111 inin-v-u. From the Muskogee Time: This afternon at 2:30 the jury made its final report and was dismissed. The total number of in- I Western district; you represent (iictnicnts returned was 127. You come from all part? of the all parties; you arc familiar with the con- The jury offered the following res- i nlntinn in the court and its reading 1 was followed bv a few remarks from I " ay I ditions in this district,' no doubt, at the time I began ,and the conditions the Judge of especial interest at this time. Resolution By Gr...

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. — 19 January 1905

ALL CROPO GOOD IN WESTERN CANADA. "Potatoea the Finest I Ever 3aw." Owing to tho gt'eat amount of In terest Hint la being tnken In Western Canarirt, It Ih well to bo informed of nomo of tbo facts that are bringing about the great emigration from por (Ions of tbo United States. The Canadian government has au thorized agents at different points, and tho facts related in tbo following may bo corroborated on application. At tho same time tboy will bo ablo to quote you rates, and glvo you certificates en titling you to low rates on tho differ ent lines of railway. Tho following letter copied from tho North Dend (Neb.) Ragle is an unsolicited testi monial, and the cxperlenco of Mr. Autcn is that of hundreds of other Americans who have mado Canada their homo during tho past seven or eight years: "I presume some may bo interested to know how we have progressed this year In tho Canadian Northwest. Wo have no complaint to offer. We havo had a good year, crops were good and we have had a delig...

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. — 19 January 1905

lyS....... .V .. -., X .. m n4wiji m nnnwiimi-. liafir"lW$ilN LASTING RELIEF, J. W. Walla, Super- llntendent of Streets Df Lebanon, Ky., says : "My nightly rest was broken, owing to Irregularities of the kidneys. I suffered Intensely from severe pains In the small of my back and through the kidneys and was annoyed by pain ful passages of abnormal secretions. Doctors failed to relieve me. I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and I ex perienced quick ai.d lasting relief. Doan's Kidney Pills will prove a bless ing to all sufferers from kidney disor ders who will give them a fair trial." Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., proprietors. For sale by all druggists, price GO cents per box. The Mikado's Bill of Fare The Japanese emparor's yearly e penso of living Is limited. For this purpose he draws $:i,000.000 from the national' treasury. His personal wealth is not to bo spent on his own living, so that $3,000,000 is reaily his salary as manager of the country. Ho Is re quired to pay out of ...

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. — 19 January 1905

X- )!mii'h' iitmumnmit MMMMMMMMMMMPwnn ' THE CTMlLTER, t)'nhil -Tn;y Tii-k in iu-i intttf.itof tin Nrjrrobr (hn (MjnMcr Publishing Co. Kii'nrnr. at iliu Pot U I Ilea nt Muxkoget, 1. T., ha Mtconrt clr.n nittil ninttor. (ill K(l Villi CO) On Ynr (1.00 Uix Mouths 60 hrce Mon I lis 25 : . w ,". . :-,-. Ti '! W. H. T.VINI3 - - - - Keillor R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and M anagor I.T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor K.T. HISAliNE, - - City Reporter For Delegate to the Const ittilional Convention, A. G. V. Sango. . dupes stole silently away after agrec- . ing that the blacks might meet next j time on the hunting grounds of the lily whites when the lilies were not in charge themselves. Notice. The Weekly Kansas City Star and the Cimeter both one year for $i. This is a combination that can't be beaten. The Star is the best paper in the West and the Cimeter the best in the Indian Territory. This offer holds good to March ,y, 1905. Douglas' explosion is liable to be a I o-nerang, but then Doug was always j...

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. — 19 January 1905

WIPJH (-.(.. MUWKV& r4 m BSSSBSBSSTIT-:. R if A 11 1 18 la gal S B s EL BL A && d? hJ? m The Living Present is the Golden Opportunity. Be on hand when this Sale Begins. The Living Present is the Golden Opportunity Be on hand when this Sale Begins n A A-V.-S ' Qormtrnt i 5r- rrr . . -r v . t .-. t-v .. -. it rcr. mm ouniwihin(v in win for wrnl h: thov must fro. DU (" K, MJ'UVjLUOUWWI w w.j .., -- - 7 o-- JVlU -f .- . . . fc v -.' .... . UESOAY, Jan. 17 including SATURDAY, 28 weigl t; they must go. We are putting: a pnoo on mom inac win Thia will be a sale where, in many instances, fifty cents will go as tar as a uoi- You will find every nnnnri Vm I np little lots not bie: enough to be recagnized in the newspapers, but nevertheless worth corn- Many MatchlessValues Will Go Out The First Day-Be On Hand. ;nfn..naf i man whn ( n not an oiniu-u uuyiuu. iinivi'-ou in"' v ,...- -- - - , - .... , .j Kr parlier in the season, Much and every department will participate in tnis groat...

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. — 19 January 1905

PROVES GREAT POWER When Regular Medical Treatment Failed, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatism. Hundreds of pcoplo nflliotcd with rheu matism huvo Bpunt yearn under tho euro of excellent physicians in vain. Then they huvo settled down to tho conviction that it is fastened ou them for life. Mis. Dinsmoro was not willing to join tho 1 units of tho hopolosH merely bncuuso her doctor did not know how to help her. lloro is her story : " Four yeurn ngo I Buffered greatly with rhoumutism in jny hands and knees. After I hud boon sitting u whilo my limbs boomed so heavy I could haidly walk ou tho first attempt. So long as I kept moving I was all right, but just as soon as I stopped, something seemed to sottlo in my knees and inuko them aoho. My hands wcro so bud I couldn't touch tho palms of them on a flat surface; they woro swollen and pained so," "Did you cull in n physician?" "I doctored steadily for ovor n, year; then ono doctor suid : ' You lmvo taken medicine strong enough to ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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