The train was ready for the return trip and we soon reached Lakeport, where I found Sol and Matt Smith both having a tussle with the chills and fever.
Warren left us to look for a healthier place, as many of the men are getting chills and fever.
Those lines would only be wasted on you, for you have become afflicted with hypertrophy of the acquisitive sense, which thins the blood, dwarfs the understanding, stunts the perception of relative values, and chills the feet.
Her table was set for two this morning, however, but this extraordinary circumstance was lost sight of by the shameless Billy in the prospect of one more real meal before the chills and fever claimed their own.
It warmed and strengthened him, after his night ofchills and fever, and brazenly he returned to the attack.
Feel not the nearer sun; whose umbrage chills The murmuring ocean; whose volcanic fires A thousand nations view, hung, like the moon, High in the middle waste of heaven.
Put red pepper in you shoes and keep de chills off, or string briars round de neck.
She put string round our neck for chills and fever, with camphor on it.
De best remedy for chills and fever am to git rabbit foot tie on string 'round de neck.
Charcoal and onions and honey for de li'l baby am good, and camphor for de chills and fever and teeth cuttin'.
My wife died of chills and fever and den my boy and I built a four-room house of planks from our timber.
I's boil red oak bark and make tea for fever and make cactus weed root tea for fever and chills and colic.
He acted very funny, I thought," chattered Hazel, trying to control the nervous chills which shook her.
This was nothing more, in fact, than saying that they would rather die by bullets than of chills and fever and starvation.
Chills dangerous to delicate people are apt to be produced by these changes, and they often turn into feverish attacks, not malarial, though liable to be confounded with malarial fevers.
It was inspiring to see wild-eyed frolic and warm-hearted hospitality breaking out from among the chills and glooms of winter, and old age throwing off his apathy, and catching once more the freshness of youthful enjoyment.
Alabama was full ofchills and fevers in dem days and we drunk catnip tea for fevers and blue and white sage.
Butterfly Weed tea was for the pleurisy and the others for the chills and fever.
I got shut of dem chills 'cause I didn't like dat pepper tea, but I like it better'n quinine or sage tea.
De fogs come hang over and chills and fever gits started.
There was boneset tea and willow tea and shuck tea and cottonseed tea for chills and fever and Jerusalum Oak for worms.
I suppose you've been coddling yourself with hot rooms and all sorts of flannel things; that's the way people make themselves tender, and get chills and chest complaints, and get old before their time.