The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, December 20, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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It Will Stay There.
"In my family medlclno chest no
remedy Is permitted to remain unless
it provos beyond a doubt tho best to
bo obtained for Its particular purpose
For treating all mannor of skin trou-
bles such ns Eczema Tetter Ring-
worm otc Hunt's Cure has held Its
placo for many years. I have failed
to find a surer remedy. It cures Itch-
It. M. SWANN Franklin La
f Moro men nro Injured by having
things mado easy for them than by
having their paths besot with diffi-
culties. C. II. Fnrkhurat.
Loansos tno ovsLcm
11 IV 1 tv
ually; jJisncls Ijola
aches duo to Constipation;
i jacis naturally acts truly as
Best JurMenmon nnd Child-
ly -youngorul Old.
et its ijeneficial Effects
Always buy tne Genuine wliicli
has Tlic jull name oHhc Com-
Ro Syrup Co.
by whom it is manufactured printed on the
from of ;very nnckae.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS.
one si;c only regular prico 50prliollle.
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Dis-
tress from DyHpcpHln.In-
digi'Htluutiiul Too Hearty
Hating. A perfect rem-
edy for DIzztucHs Nail
sen DniwHtncHH Had
Taste In the Mouth Coat-
ed Tongue Tain in tho
Side. TOIIPID LIVER.
They regulate tho UowcIh. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
i i u jjjIVti
M I li " TW ni!U-m
Typical Farm Scene Showing Stock Ratting in
Borne pf tho choicest lands for (train growing
stock raining and mixed fariulngln the new (lis-
trlotH of SiiHltatcliewaii ami Alherta have re-
cently been Opened fur Settlement under tho
Revised Homestead Regulations
Kutry may now he made by proxy (on certain
coudltloiiH) by the father mother hum daugh-
ter brother or nlhter of an Intending home-
tttcader. ThommmlH of homcHtcndrtof KM) acres
each nro tints now easily available in Uicho
great grain-growing Moolt-nil.sliig and mixed
There you will find healthful climate good
neighbors churehes for family w orHhlp.bchoolH
for your children good laws splendid ciop.s
and railroads convenient to market.
Kutry fee In each ease Is $10.00 For pamph-
let "Last llest West" particulars as to rates
routes best time to go and vhcro to locate
J. S. CRAWFORD
Kb. 125 W. Ninth Street. Kausas Clly. Missouri.
S30 AN HOUR
MERRY GO ROUNDS
Wo nlso manufacture Hurtle- Dailies. Strikers etc.
Outflttrra. Deit. M. KouiuTomwakda.n. Y
WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WILL
NOT RUN FOR THIRD TERM
NO HIDDEN MEANING TO HIS DECLARATION
Decision Delivered to American Peo-
ple lnJ904 Is Still Good Says He
Has Not and Will Not Change His
Position on Mattbr
WASHINGTON: President Roose-
velt will not bo a candldato for a third
term. All doubt on this point has been
dispelled by the authoritative statoment
from tho White Houso that Mr. Roose-
velt still adheres to the declaration
of renunciation mado on tho night
of tho election three years ago In
the stalemont President Roosovelt
says he has not changed and shall
not change the decision to tho Amer-
ican people In 1901.
Who Positively Refuses to Be Candl
date for Renomlnatlon
It appears that President Roosovelt
had been awaiting the call for tho
republican national convention to af-
ford what ho considered the proper
opportunity for making his position
clear and unmistakable.
Tho president's statement follows:
"In view of the Issuance of tho call
of tho national republican committee
for tho convention tho president
makes this statement:
"On tho night after election I made
the following announcement: 'I am
deeply sensible of tho honor done me
by the American people in thus ex-
pressing their confidence in what I
have done nnd have tried to do. I ap-
preciate to tho full the solemn re-
sponsibility this confidence imposed
upon me and I shall do all that in
my powor lies not to forfeit It. On
the fourth of March next I'shall have
sorved three and a half years and this
three and a half years constitute my
first term. Tho wise custom which
limits tho presldont to two tornis ro-
gards tho substance and not the form
and undor no circumstances will I bo
a candidate for or accept another
"I havo not changed nnd shall not
chnngo tho decision tints anounced."
Secretary Garfield Wants to Know
How He Got Indian Lands
WASHINGTON: Secretary Gar-
field of tho Interior department has
had ono of his sleuths Investigating
tho ownership of 3000 acres of land
in Oklahoma just north of Caney
Kan. It is alleged that Owen ac-
quired this big ranch and tho gov-
ernment wants to know how ho did
It. The Inspector sent out by Mr.
Garfield has made his report but
none of It has been mado public.
Senator Owen heard a few days ago
that ho was uuder investigation and
expressed great Indignation to Sec-
rotary Garfield for moving against
him secretly. Garflold's Teply was
that the government did not hunt big
game witb a brass band - -
. For Cigar Smokers.
When you smoke a cigar you want
a good one. A poor cigar is a rank
abomination and a stench in your own
nostrils and in those of your friends
within smelling distance.
Tho trouble with most of us Is to
find a cigar with rich satisfying aroma
and easy drawing qualities without
paying an exorbitant prico for it. It
remained for Frank P. Lewis of
Peoria 111. to solvo the. problem for
us. His Lewis' Single Cinder Be cigar
is without doubt tho peer of any brand
of 10c cigars on the market. Tho
Lewis' Singlo Binder cigar Is wrapped
in tinfoil and reaches tho smoker as
fresh as when leaving tho factory. Its
smooth rich satisfying smoking qual-
ities are a delight both to the palate
and the nostrils of cigar connoisseurs
everywhere. In spite of the fact that
tho Lewis factory employ no travel-
ing men the sales this year will ex-
ceed 9000000 the demand being cre-
ated solely on tho high quality of tho
Justice it would seem 13 botli blind
Don't It Jar You?
To have a cough that you can't leavo
oft oven when you go to bed? Put
it away for good by using Simmons'
Cough Syrup. It heals Inflammation
of the throat and lungs gives you rest
and peaceful sleep.
Ho Is not free who drags his chain
after him. French.
Drove oil the snakes from
Drives oil aches from the body
cures Rheumatism Neuralgia and .
25c ALL DRUGGISTS 50c.
Go to Southwest Texas and Look at the Famous
10 to 640 Acres and Two Town Lots for $210. Payable $10 per Monti
Read the Following:
El Reno Okla. 'April 11 1007.
Dr. C. F. Simmon San Antonio Texas:
Dear Sir I havo just returned fiom a visit to your lands in Atascosa
County. I left El Reno on the 2nd of this month for the purpose of look-
ing over Southwest Texas and especially your land with a view of locat-
ing in Texas if suited. .
1 spent two nights and a day on your ranch and while there I was in
tho Musgrove Brown Turkey Creel; Mulcy cow nnd Frenchman pas-
tures and made as complete an examination of the property as I could
within the limited time that I had to spare. I consider your land the best
body of land that I have seen in Southwest Texas and 1 have looked over
considerable lands in Texas.
1 was agreeably fiui prised nt the quality of tho soil on this ranch. It
was much better than I expected to pee and 1 consider it a most favor-
able opportunity for a poor man to get a good home.
The soil is what I would call dark and red chocolate loam with occa-
sionally a little sand which I consider a benefit in bomo respects rather
than a hindrance.
1 have been engaged in farming and ranching about all my life and
have had much experience in raising alfalfa in Kansas and Oklahoma in
my mind there is no quebtion but that the black land on your ranch iH
especially adapted to the nucccsbful growing of alfalfa which I consider
the most valuable farm crop that any farmer can raise. While in San
Antonio T saw fresh alfalfa liny on the wagon nnd it was selling for $17.00
per ton loose hay. With the long beagons you have in Texas and proper
irrigation you should get at least boven or eight cuttings of alfalfa a year
off this land and there ought to be a yield of at least a ton to the cutting.
I saw the large nrtesian well at th'j Headquarters raijoh and I must say
it is the finest artesian well 1 ever saw and is fully up to your representa-
tions in every respect.
If the land is underlaid with nrtesian water as I am satisfied it is I
do not see why alfalfa and all other crops grown upon that land cannot bo
made a mccess.
T consider that you arc giving tho people a great opportunity to secure
As far as I have seen I am perfectly free to say that you havo repre-
sented your propei ty fairly and that the description you give of it in your
literature is not overdiawn. .
If you desire it. you have my permission to refer any persona inquiring
npout this land to me and I jvill be very glad to answer any inquiries mado
of nie with reference to it.
I appreciate tho kindness extended to mo while on the ranch.
with best wishes I remain Yours very truly C. E. HULIT.
Write for literature and views of the Ranch and name of nearest agent
DR. O. F SIMMONS
2U5 Alamo Plaza SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, December 20, 1907, newspaper, December 20, 1907; Muskogee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70094/m1/2/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.