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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 19 January 1905

fyBHWP8' iqmmitto mtym" - "- A 'A "" -V Proposed Namec for States A writer who lins been digging into tlio forgotten records of a centijry nnd n quarter brings up the fnci that in 1784 a committee, was appointed to suggest names for the new territories in the west. Hero are some of the fanciful names that were put under conoideration: Sylvania, Mlchignnia, Chersonesus, Assonisipla, Metiopta mia, Polypotamia and Polopolisipia. A GREAT INSTITUTION. It is unusual that u single institution in n city of 8,000 pconlo will overshadow in im portance every bthoi intorcst, bub such ie the caso witti the American School ol Osteopathy, and A. T. St.ll Infirmary at Kirksvillo, Mo. A strangor in Kirksvillo la immoliat ly impressed with tho idea that the tow 1 i: sustained by this i.ist.tution, in fact Kirksvillo has been mado what it is to-da by Dr. Still and hh famous Scho il am Infirmary. It is tho largest patr ouzed un endowed institution of its Kind in the United States. Dr. Still's school en...

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. — 19 January 1905

M9flWMMMHMpi t,wxM.mmtfommmmimiim ! G-OUT SALE D I 0 mtA ffiutf J J The Living Present is the Golden Opportunity. Be on hand when this Sale begins. INTER GOODS The Living Present is the Golden Opportunity Be on hand when this Sale Begins mn vw-nrir a TL7 1 f7 !L-4!- C ATI THHA V OQ 11502 lUtlSL'AY, Jclll. 1 IllUUUlllg DA) UIUll , a X vio aiir DETl'iltMINICD to CLOSE OUT everything in winter weights; they must go. We are putting a price on them that will W interest those who do r.U anticipate buying:. Thia will be a sale where, in many instances, fifty cents will go as far as a dol lar earlier in thunpithon, Kaeh and evory deportment will participate in this great money saving event. You will find every nook ami corner filled with (Jim 1 Values little lots not big enough to bo recagnized in the newspapers, but nevertheless worth com-,-r for - Many Matchless Values Will Go Out The First Day-Be On Hand. Our 2.00 sellers at .... 1.50 All our 2 00 Laiies Shoe? thoso are sold usually for ...

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. — 26 January 1905

Gf!!2C TTTTL 1 -"M t, t (" u The Muskogee Cimeter. Volum: 6. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, January 26, 1905. Fumtci 16 rV'WNWh i SLUGGED AND ROBBED. new a closed incident, l'rank Reed j f,j)t.n meeting withdrew from the M. A. Pis' cr, A Holcicnville Negro, contest and no one on earth, in heav Thc Vi:tim. cmi or in hell knew in whose favor the astute politician got out of the race M. A. I'iahcr, a lloldenville nego for. v. l.o wa, drinking heavily, was taken I a mile eaM of town, on the Midland . n,nv tfan cvcr jrrank Rocr, ))fy, Valley track.-, yesterday afternoon, an,i ...-n ,.; : ,t. i,:,c r ,i, knocked ene!css and robbed, lie R,IM,h)ic;m party as MaU,, J,, Smi. tMtika be was M.mel fnnii town In- ,,;. TIlc Go(, Hnml ScarchliK;u will have to eplain the eliigtna to turen two hnrlv Prirrms. about t o'.dock in the afternoon, thotigh he did not "iind himscli" until about 6 o'i lock laM evening, lie walkid to town and told his Mory to Nijfht .Mounted I'ouicrmau Rupert. There v a...

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. — 26 January 1905

.:,".SimmjJXt'JiJ ,. -ifT CONSTANT ACHING. I3ack nclioa all tho time. Spoils your unpetlto, wearies tho body, wor rlca tho mind. Kidneys causo It all and Doan'H Kidney Pills rcllcvo and cu refit. II. 13. McCarvor, of 201 Cherry St., Portland, Ore., In- upeclor of freight for tho Trans-Con-tlncntal Co., says: "I uaod Doan'a Kid ney Pllla for back acho and other uyinptoina of lcitl noy troublo which had annoyed me for months. I think a cold was respon sible for tho wholo troubje. It seemed to settle In my kidneys. Bonn's Kid ney Pills rooted It out. It la several months slnco I used them, and up to dato thero has been no recurrence of tho troublo." Bonn's Kidney Pills for salo by all dealers. Price GO cents per box. Fos-ter-Milburn Co., lluffnlo, N. Y. A. dog In the town of Colojjno Absent-mindedly snapped at a bognc, But the misguided hruto Had just grabbed his own foot; So tho bono that ho snapped was his ogno. Philadelphia Press. , jfc,4Ufikfl Don't Ocratch. Somo pcoplo dlsllko to ...

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. — 26 January 1905

1tiwrv imm&vpM&qpW w W.V w -r Slk1" WSwgiw!iMl W jflWrW T fe II BHEHJUFFEBEB LAY HELPLESS AND SPEECHLESS? FOE HOUES AT A TIME, SOME FACTS ABOUT AMERICA. filnUIng; Spoils, Headaches, Illioumntlflin, A.11 Cutiicd by l'oor Illood Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink l'llls. When Mrs. Williams was naked foi omo details of Uio fearful illness from which she hud so long suffered, sho cpoko as follows : " Ever sinco I had nervous prostration, about thirteen years ngo, I havo had periodical spells of complete- exhaustion. Any excitement or unusual activity would throw mo into a stnto of lifeless- iiess. At tho beginning my strength would como back in a- moderato time, but tho period of woaknoss kept length ening until at last I would lio helpless as many as three hours at a stretch." " You wero under modical treatment, of courso?' "Yes, when I becamo so bad that I had to givo up my housowork, in May of 1903, I was being treated for kidney trouble, and later the doctor thought my difilculties...

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. — 26 January 1905

mat '3t1 MMM kmf THE CiMETER. fclUfc4 tTM7 yrmek in tnn inUreatof Um !! Wj lb CJmaWu' Pabluhlaf Oo. lbitari at tfa l'ot UtUctt tit Mnxkoge, I. T., m Mooatl c!tM mail tunttor. (lu nvnitce; On Tr tfix iUmths Thra Mouth $1.00 60 25 W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor R. WOOD', Aflsft RiMtor and Manager J. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor H.T. HEARNK, - - Ci y Reporter For Delegate t tl'e Constitutional Convention, A. (!. V. Sango. not have bee nsinecrc when he said he did not know the color of Dr. Hill, and if he did not know his color, he did not show his manhood, or try to follow the example of the Presi dent when he withdrew his recom mendation, when he did find out that Dr. II ill is a colored man. It looks like the Statehood bill in so far as the Indian Territory and Oklahoma is concerned is a sure winner and that the new Mate of Ok lahoma is a certainty. There will Ik a h-st ote on the Matehood bill vt Friday and it is the earnest desire of uwj eilien of the Indian Teintory tliat we get out of ...

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. — 26 January 1905

wwwaMwmta n y i xoo OOOOO OOOOO OOOOQQ OOQOO ooooo OOOO OOP OOOOOXOOO i OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURAL AND HHHI MECHANICAL COLLEGE tttttStt OOP OOOOO OOOOO oooo OOOO OOOOO OOOOO POOOOOO ooooo ooooo OOQ There is lu each stato and territory ono educational Institution sunnortcd In part by tho federal govu i tnrt, and In part by tho local governments. Tho leading object of each of theso institutions is "to teach such branchos of learning as aro related to agriculture and the mechanical aria, in order to promote tho liberal and practical education of tho industrial classes in tho several pursuits and professions of life." In Oklahoma this institution is at Stillwater, and tho Oklahoma Agricultural and Me chunlcal college has from tho first closely adhered to tho purposes for which it was established. It gives thorough instruction in ngriculture, in engineering and in the sciences re lated thoreto, and its courses aro ar ranged so that all who wish instruc tion along theso lines may got much or H...

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. — 26 January 1905

wr-" IS LOSING GROUND HAMILTON STATEHOOD BILL 13 A DEAD ISSUE ONLY HOPE IS THE FORAKER COMPROMISE Congressmen Seem Willing for Okla- noma and Indian Territory, but are Against Arizona and New Mexico Bcveridge has a Big Job Ahead A Washington dispatch, discussing statohood, nays that on his return from Indiana Senator Bcvorldgo will dlscovor that tho opposition 1ms kicked to pieces tho Hamilton state- hood bill. Opponents or tho moasuro havo tho .names of sixteen republican senators who nro unalterably opposed to tho passugo of tho statohood bill In Its present form. Every democratic sonntor Is opposed to uniting Arizona nnd New Moxlco. Tho 33 domocrats and tho 1C re publicans will glvo tho opponents of tho bill a majority of eight, even If all tho remaining senators stood loyally by tho committee. Delegates from tho territories nnd all supporters of tho Hamilton bill recpgnlzo that tho drift linn boon strongly against thorn for several days. It Is now reported that Senator Spoonor, ...

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. — 26 January 1905

NJ t $m&fm IfgWWMKMWH'MW'1 " fvs - a"" "ipiimfflni T REVOLT IN RUSSIA War with Japanese is Overshadowed by Revolution in St. Petersburg A THOUSAND ARE KILLED AND WOUNDED Troops Fire Upon Strikers, Under the leadership of Priest Goupon, as they Attempt to Reach the Palace of the Czar Upon a Peaceful Mission Strikers are Arming and the End is Not Yet General Revolution Predicted The St. Petersburg strike has as-1 sumed much more serious proportions . than was at any time anticipated. It . has been predicted from the start that troublo would follow, but it was not expected that Russian guards would bo called in to shoot down the work ingmen, with their wives and children, with as little regard for their lives as a hunter taking a "pot shot" at a bunch of quail. The strikers, under attempting to make an apepal to the ( emperor for relief, but were met by militiamen, who held them back with ( loaded muskets. The men plead of. the soldiers to bo allowed a hearing by the czar, and woul...

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. — 26 January 1905

m .tiumimnnmmmmmmmmmm My Colorado Bedroom. My Colorado bedroom mn no limit to Ita 1MU1, Ite roof Is In tho heavens, nnd tho heavy dewo that fall Bprlnkle floor and lawn and carpet', paint the colors In the roue That blooms around my bedroom nnd Llooms In the hiiowh. My Colorado bedroom la tin broad a.s It Is long, It wjih built by tho Creator with founda tion deep and (strong: Cod Almighty laid tho cornera, sprend the curpot on the lloor That chances us the ocaaons change with ovety thing outdoor. My Colorado bodroorn has no lock upon ItH door. No cu: tains on ltn windows and no chair upon its flooi ; The amolce goes thiough the (jelling and as I rest fiom caie I'll never find a sweeter place when I get "over thac" My Colorado bedroom is out in tho open air, Thero'u no mortgage on Its freehold and no latidlo:d anywhere; Tho snow blowu through the nttlc, but the Hun (shines in the door. Blftod down through angels' lingers and aprcad out upon tho lloor. My Colorado bedroom la very dea...

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. — 26 January 1905

A.' Local and Personal. II. I'rowniiiK of Guthrie, (). 'P., is now in the city prospecting. Miss C. IC. Townsoud ,f ICscoe Ilujtht.s is j-poudinjj t'v week in the 'J wo in ;ro boys were arrested Wednesday for hii-aling an overcoat. 'Phcy were ent to U. S. jail. 'Pho Washington brothers of Okla homa City, O. 'P., are in the city looking out a location for biitiucs. The jury in l!-e Kli;;a Cherry mur der case brought in a verdict of man-, slaughter This was the oae of the-' killing of a man In hh wife at .linu? ton last summer. . Mr. S. T. Washington of Oklahoma City, Okla., has been .spending to-.n days here .shaking hands v. it!i old and making new friend-.. Mr. P.iggers of Texas is among re cent arrivals, lie expect; his f.vnily .-oo;i and will engage im truck farm ing near Muskogie. S. II. Miller of I'ittsburg. Kansas, has been spending some time here on a visit to friends. L. T. lirmvn of 'Pahlequah paod through Saturday en route to Kan- ! j a- City. Mo., and returned Tuesday J n...

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. — 26 January 1905

. 3t?-im'iA. jSs-. s 1 It b n HAD AUTOS BACK IN '33 Old Prints Vouch for Antiquity of the Devil Wagon From tho Now York Tribune Tho horseless cnrrlago ownor who regards tho modern "auto" an belong l; solely to tho present ago need only look Into tho window of an old print Hhon In Fourth avonuo to vako up and rovlao hla reckoning. Ono lllumlnut od print exhibits In all its amplitude and gorgoousneas of decoration n three-wheeled motor car that looka like an oloctrlo victoria, crowded to the limit, inside and out. It Is defined na "Dr. Church's Loudon and Birm ingham r.Icton Car," and was built In Uirmlugham In 1833. Another print prosonta in completo and inatructivo detnll "Mr. Hancock's London and Paddlngton Motor Cnr Entorprlso," a rour-wheeJod affair, also built in 1833. Though throo scoro yoars and ten havo eomo and gono sluco then, tho Bamo sign of ctronuouo llfo In the motor car's environments are reflect ed by old tlmo nrtlst as now rcflect tho autocratic and terrifying carter...

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. — 26 January 1905

?ti'.lMW,'MFiW' '""r-gfrr-' fT- 4 INCflTEi To hold tip another to rldiculo Is not witty, but vulgar. Selection Versus Feeding. A bulletin of the Connecticut Expcrl ment Station says: "During tho flvo yeara covered by these records, tho variety and amounts of food nnd tho care of the herd have been much the same. The increase in tho net profits from $1.23 loss in 1899 to $21.G4 profit in 1903 must bo attributed to tho selection of animals bettor suited to dairy purposes. Tho average cost of animals added to tho herd since 1899 is $12.50. What change in tho system of feeding or caring for the herd would have resulted in as largo an increase in net profit? There is no reason why the results secured from this herd cannot bo secured by tho average farmer." Wo think the nbovo is well worth be ing considered by our readers. There are many herds of dairy cows that are in tho samo condition as was the sta tion herd referred to before improve ment in tho quality of cows began. It lost money f...

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. — 26 January 1905

i. :nmi , ,ni MtnamttiMtHtmmmntmmmmKmimmtmnum in iu "! i I .tH.'iHMtlf,l"i'-'""'f,','""-"lt.llli.l THE BADGG OF SERVICE P.v PRA.'.K II. SWEBT CcpjrigU, IM, l) frank '.'. Swttt 77AT77"'ir1-Trf7r'r.,.' .'i'iwninM AFRAID OF THE HOODOO. rs .May Allyn sfipil ir 'in the olovn tor wllh n lii! or ;.. In I.e. hand. Slii' walked tlirouli li.e rotunda, looking to right ii!il left union;; the massive pillars mill lr.o;ii:nr p.tlm.s. There wore few per.o.is i:i sight. Most of ilit" gv.e.Us v. o'o ocr on tin' hi'iwli, for . w.is (In lulls. z Irnir. M.i.v wont nearlj acrjss tiH rotund. i liol'oro she found tlio o.ijoi I of l.rr ne.troh n worn mi In u retired ( irner leading it novol. "Hero you are. niainuia." she ox elaiinoil rebuking.., "mid loading Hint novol, as I might lnvo exported. Don't you know llio ehnracter.s u it would stay exactly wlioro ybu loao tlioiu if you should o'nsVlhe lnuk for n fow j 0f a black cat, while tho wool was hours, mul thin glorious wo.itnor out- that shaved from the...

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. — 2 February 1905

,-j&9MA&'1tf&HKmVt' "t -WH m 'f f. 77e Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 6. jIuskogGG, I.T., Thursday, Fob. 2, 1905. No. 17 Court, aiul while I am not ready to make a charge, though he has said at different times he was ready to re ceive one, I do not feel that it is out of the way that the living should re ceive commendation when it is due. I want to say that I have been before Methodist conferences; I have been before Presbyterian Synods in their deliberations; 1 have attended courts where lawyers were fencing over cer tain cases in dispute; I have witnessed the decisions rendered in courts of justice in the States of Indiana, Illi nois, Iowa and Texas, and now 1 n . its w.rk (in the criminal term and ' staiuI ,,crc' nml l walU tf) say tI,at tn when it had done so asked to present j Sl" ' Pencnce I have never seen a resolution before the court. The !'" ',accd in ""thor.ty who has r..n.,..ct wn ,rr.nt.,,i rwi ,i. fiw.;,r ! been more considerate, more honest. " " PETIT JURY OFFER RE...

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. — 2 February 1905

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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. — 2 February 1905

i s COL BECKWITH SAYS: "I Take Pleasure in Commending Pe-ru-na For Coughs and Colds." MKCEtllAP StSJ' mf.' ORFI ipBIWU '! I i ih ih II I1 1 W l I 10,000 PM$ f or 98c. J k. Moio cimlem nud farm nro pliuite I to 4W hnlrcr a Sot tin tlimi any otlu r In Q& PWAnuTlcn. 1 horn liimnon for till B VQWii own over 6,(K) nuo for tlio pro- H I 'iductlnn of our m m rimtoil iotH. jM rvJSla order to Induce on to ti j tin m. wo m RSck S7 mnl o ou tho foHowlntf uupro- M WsSjtC cedonted olTort JH LJT rnn-!G Bants Postpaid MX , , "t'TVV 1(00 frlj.1lf.llura nnil telbtiig, M $ J$ )s lj ?'3l- -' f . , V s ' i., Brl I JiOOO Hue liilcj Turnip, VH .: y v . ? . vN. a " . ' OotBkXsszv. v (. ., " .. i - . wi B r I """ ".n v. ' H Cover the Broken Window. When a window te broken in tho joultry liousc it should bo covered without a day's delay. By no means should tho aperaturo be left over night. It is but tho work or a few minutes to tack over tho holo a thick pieco of muslin or other -white cloth. This will ...

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. — 2 February 1905

"EiTa33ia H&kM3ZZ-.EZ:iZJLt.l!?3Xr W n V, THE IjVLeTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER EST OF THE NEGRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO. ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE, I. T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT- W. H. TWINE J. T. TRIMBLE E. T. HEARNE - Editor. Gcn'l Solicitor . City Reporter The Business Mens League will try to get along without the sympathy and assistance of Hell Adam Clark, Folly Jumpingjaek Gordon and Waslunaster Hotfoot Sims. The league loves some of its friends for the enemies they have made. The Republicans in Missouri have not elected a senator as yet. This docs not speak well for the Missouri article. The Russians and the Japs are still scrapping and there seems to be no probability of an ending of the war at present. Our city council seems to be loaded and if you desire to see a splendid performance just visit the menagerie any old meeting. The performance is rich and racy. The Gold bond paper says that the Cimeter is backed by a "sand bank" etc. Well we don't ow...

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. — 2 February 1905

'tfMNf DHH'l W.-y'wit- k LOCAL MENTION. Miss Roberta Watson left Sunday for a few days' visit to friends and relatives at Tahlcquah. I hid Lowery of Tahlcquah spent Sunday here, meeting his many friend. R. II. Stewart and Jno. Ihimcttc of Guthrie, O. T., spent several days in our city. Mr. Hill, Mr. James and Mr. Fish er of Heggs, I. T., were in the city on business this week. hn you want' a diamond and a good one, sec R. A. Givcns o North Second street.. The boys of Bethel Lodge, No. 91, had sonic fun Friday night with a few new members. The boys arc doing some good work. Bcebc Chapel, C. M. E. Church, 520 South Division Boulevard. Preaching every Sunday, 11 a. 111. and 7:3 op. 111. Sunday school, 9:30 a. in. League Literary department, ev ery Thursday, 7:30 p. 111. Spiritual department every Sunday, 3:00 p. in. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Class meeting, every Sunday, .j:oo p. m. You are invited. RFV. W. F. SIMONS, Pastor. J. H. HODDIF, Secretary. L. F. FUF, Treasurer. WA...

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. — 2 February 1905

nmrnmrnmammmtt 'Mnwuawi Tho only high grado.Baklng Powctoi mad at a modofato price Galumet Baking GUESSING CONTEST IS NEW. Powder Bees' Sting as Medicine Tho Idea that tho sting of a bco 1b valuablo nicdlclnully 1b vory old, and may seem to bo mo to belong In tho Barno class with tho mediaeval bcllofs In tho curativo ofllcacy of snakes' tongues, rats' claws, and tho like. The fact Is, however, that bees' venom is rich In formic acid, which Is of real vnliio In pharmacy, although It may bn doubted whether Its virtues de pend upon Its use In precisely this way. For sonio reason there has been a revival of popular Interest In tho "bec-stlng cure," which Is especially rocommended for rheumatism. Some persons allow the bees to sting tho af fected parts; others rely on dried stings, which are collected and sold by some druggists. One collector, It Is said, sconls a rubber blanket with nomo odor that Ib objectionable to boos, and then gathers the stings that romaln sticking in It after an ...

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