Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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A PIANO IN Mil LUNQt.
ftwnarkabla Human Curioalty Living
•n tha Pacific Coaat.
Ol all th« musical curiosities that
Nature has produced lately one of the
oddest Is a man with a piano In his
lungs On the Raclflc coast there 1*
a man by the name of Pearson, his
natWe state Is said to be Arkansas,
but be now resides in a small Wash
Ington town, who can, without any
limine effort, send forth remarkable
melodies which sound like the music
of a piano with a melodeon accom
Thin lung piano, as It has been
termed by the owner, is partly a Rift
ol Nature, but Pearson has cultivated
the use of tho extraordinary instru-
ment very carefully and thoroughly,
until now he Is able to play several
faintUar tunes with wonderful expres-
(ton and technique. Friends of Pear-
ion say that his services are Invalu-
able when church fairs, bazaars and
country entertainments are on hand
He makes an excellent barker, and
hie tuneful voice penelra'ea the fur
thermost corner of a meeting house or
tent. He says that other people could
perfect themselves in the same ac-
complishment If they tried It and prac
Uced It regularly.
NO RELIEF FROM ECZEMA
For Over Two Yeara—Patent Medl-
olnea. Quack Cures, and Doctors
WORKS IN THE GARDEN.
"I was very badly afflicted with ee-
■erna for wore than two years. The
parts affected were my limbs below
Ibe hnees. I tried all the physician*
In the town and some in the surround-
ing towns, and 1 also tried all the pat-
ent remedies that 1 heard of, besides
all the cures advised by old women
and (juacks. and found no relief what-
•ve* until 1 commenced using the Cu-
ticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment, and
Ciit.lcttra Resolvent. In the Cuticura
Remedies 1 found immediate relief,
and was soon sound and well. 0. V.
Hellz, Tippecanoe, Ind.. Nov. 15,'05."
Saved by a Song.
A boy was amusing himself by
watching tho birds that were flying
around him. At length a beautiful
bobolink perched on a rough bough ol
aa ayiJle tree near by.
The boy picked up a stone, and got
ruRitv to throw It at the bird. Tha
blT<fs throat swelled, an' forth came
tho «ng: "A link, a link, a link, hobo'*
ling, bobolink, a no sweet, a-no-sweet,
I know It, 1 know it, a-link, a-link;
don't throw It, throw it, throw tt."
And the boy did not throw the
•tone, but dropped it ou the ground
"Why didn't you stone him, my
boy? You might have killed him and
carried him howe."
The little fellow looked up and re-
pWcd, "Couldn't cos he scug so."—
"How Is tho baby, Mrs. A ?"
"Oh, I am dreadfully worried about
htm. You see, that careless nursa
left hhn too near the steam radiator
and he actually turned red."
"Then we rushed him out in the cool
air and he turned white."
"You don't mean it?"
"Ye«, and when we gave him his
bath he turned blue."
"fh, I wouldn't worry over him. He
le Just a genuine American baby. Hur-
rah for the 'Ked. White and IHue.' "
Hostess' Trade Union.
Wltat Ih wanted is a hostess' trade
union, a powerful combination of so-
olety women pledged to maintain their
own self-respect, and to extinguish
■oclatly any inan guilty of the slight-
est lapse of the courtesy which every
woman has every right to expect. The
drawback to the formation of such a
•oclety lies in the fact that unfortu-
nately boiug respected neither by men
nor by eaoh other most women do not
•espect tbemBelvea either—Ladies'
experience and a Mother's Love Make
An Ills, mother writes about feeding
"If mothers would use Grape-Nuts
more for their little ones, thero would
Eighty-Seven Years Old, But Has a
Robert Scolian, 87 years old, of 65
Garden St., Seneca Kails, N. Y., a tine,
sturdy old gentle-
man, who works
in his own gar-
den, glTes thanks
to lioan's Kidney
Pills for his sound
back and kidneys.
had a severe at-
tack of kidney trouble and lumbago,
which caused him much suffering. He
began taking Dunn's Kidney Pills and
was soon cured. We always keep
tliem on hand. My husband was cured
of bad pains In the back by taking
only part of a box."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. lluffalo, N. Y.
Used Him as Eraser.
The late Dr. Henry Martyn Field
some years ago related at a Williams
alumni dinner a rather amusing Inci-
dent of his freshman days at college.
Being only 12 years old when be
entered he had not reached the point
where the natural friction between the
big boy and the small boy ceases and
he was at particular feud with one of
his fellows, a stalwart country youth
fresh from the farm. One day young
Field went early to the classroom and
put upon the big blockboard a very
exasperating caricature of his en
emy, with his name beneath. When
the aggrieved party saw what had
been done he said not a word, but
catching up his youthful tormentor, he
used him as an eraser and after rub-
bing out the offensive picture quietly
took his seat.
A Big Bargain for 12 Cents Postpaid.
The year o£ 1908 was one of prodigal
plenty on our sted farms. Never !>ctore
did vegetable and faiin needs return sui:h
Now we wish to gain '21)0,000 new cus-
tomers this year and hence oiler for 12e
1 pkg. Garden City Beet 10c
1 " Earliest Ripe Cabbage 10c
1 " Earliest Emerald Cucumber.... 15c
I " La Crosse Market Lettuce 15c
1 " 13 Day Radish 10o
1 " Blue Blood Tomato 15c
1 " Juicy Turnip 10c
1000 kernels gloriously beautiful flow
er seeds I-*^
AH for 12c postpaid in order to intro
duce our warranted seeds, and if yon
will send 16e we will add one package ol
Berliner Earliest Cauliflower, together
with our mammoth plant, nursery stock,
vegetable and farm seed and tool catalog.
This catalog is mailed free to all in-
tending purchasers. Write today.
John A. Saber Seed Co., Box W, La
Great Merchant Born on Farm.
Like many other monarchs of trade,
William Whiteley, the London mer-
chant who was murdered recently,
■was born on a farm. It was his boast
that he stood ready to fill any order,
no matter bow unprecedented. A
story is told of two army officers who
went into his great London store and
one of them asked for six elephants.
They were forthcoming an<t the man
who had bet they wouldn't be thero
paid, though It turned out, that the
winner had arranged with Whiteley
Red, Rough, Blotchy Skin
is usually the result of using a cheap,
impure soap made from stale fat and
alkali cheaply perfumed to disguise
the real odor. A good soap costs so
little that there is no excuse for buy-
ing the other kind. Buchan's Anti-
septic soap is not only pure, but it is
the only soap that is guaranteed ua
dor the new law. Moreover, it con
tains an antiseptic which protects the
skin against disease. Ask your deal-
er for It. If he doeB not keep It
send his name and address with 18
cents to Buchan's Soap Corporation.
New Yorl:, who will send you a full
Alwo Gives Away Libraries.
James J. H. Gregory of Marble-
hi-ed, Mass., is a rival of Andrew Car-
negie in the giving away of libraries,
lie has been doing this for years. His
libraries are smaller thau Carnegie's
gifts and are given to small communi-
ties, to ministers and educators who
canuot afford to purciiase them
WNIN Hit BABY WAS DVIN&
Tha Milkman Was Late That Day, but
A few days ago people en Ltnwood
boulevard who patronize a certain
milkman missed Ills familiar before-
breakfast ring, says the Kansas City
Star. It was late In the morning when
he finally made the rounds. Aad the
"I'll have to take milk from some-
body else!" one Irate housewife snap-
"All right, madam," he said, softly.
Something In his voice made her
"What made you late?" she demand-
ed, still angry.
A tear wavered on the milkman s
•ye and trickled slowly down his
"When—when 1 left home," he be-
He paused and gulped at something
In his throat.
"When 1 left," he said, "my baby-
was dying. I knew someone—would
bo—-angry—with me If 1 didn't—come
He could say nothing more The
woman said, gently:
Next day the milkman failed to ap-
pear. The second day ho was around
"We burled her yesterday," was hla
No one chlded him They under
stood His baby was dead.
CAUGHT BY THE GRIP-
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
"Grandpa had the lumbago the other
"Indexed! What did they do for
"Oh, they used the old-fashioned
remedies. They soaked his feet in a
tub and put ten home-made piasters
and poultices on him Then they
dosed him with herb teas until he was
rod as a beet. After the lumbago was
gone they put him in bed and sent for
"Gracious, what did they need the
"Why, to cure him of the effects of ,
the old fashioned remedies."
Give Credit to Morgan's Daughter.
The story goes in New York that j
the opposition of tho opera houso di-
rectors to a continuance of "Salome"
was due to the Influence of one of J. '
P. Morgan's daughters.
The llrlp a*
EFFECTIVE MLDICIME fOR FA GRIPPF
Robt. L. Madison. A. M., Principal of
Cullowhee High School, Painter, N.
writes; "Peruna Is the most effective
medicine that I have ever tried for la
grippe. It alBO cured my wife of nasal
catarrh. Her condition at one time
was such that she could not at night
breathe through her nostrils."
FA GRIPPE AMD SYSTfMIC CAFARRII.
Mrs. Jennie W. Gilmore, ltox 44,
White Oak, Ind. Ter., writes:
"Six years ago I had la grippe, fol-
lowed by systemic catarrh. The only
thing I used was Peruna and Manalin,
and I have been in better health the
last three years than for years be-
Mrs. Jane Gift. Athens, Ohio, writes:
"Six years ago I had la grippe very
bad. My husband bought nie a bottle
of Peruna. 1 was soon able to do my
SHUT Rl DFWFFVI VFARSI ROM Al FEB
EFfECTS 01 LAGRIPPI.
Mr. Vielor Patneaude, 1128 Madisos
St., Topelta, Kan., writes:
"Twelve years ago I had a Boxere
attack of la grippe and I never really
recovered my health until two yearn
ago. I besan using Peruna and It
built up my strength so that in a cou
pie of months I was able to go to work
PMIM0MA 1011 OWN) IA0RIPPI.
Mr. T. Harnecott, West Aylmer, Ou-
tario. Can., writes:
"Last winter I was 111 with pnei*
monin after having la grippe I took
I Peruna for two months, when 1 b*
! came quite well."
I F-Rll-NA A TONIC Al IIR LAGRIPPI
Mrs. ( has. 10. Wells, Sr., Delaware,
Chio, writes: "After a severe attack
of la grippe, I took Peruaa and fouud
it. a very gyod tonic."
'Tr _wii* —3iu*.i r*r
he less need for medicines and fewer
"H those suffering from Indigestion
and stomach troubles would llvo on
Grape-Nuts, toast and good milk for a
short period thoy would experience
moro than they otherwise would be-
"Onr children have all learned to
know the benefit of Grape-Nuts as an
appetizing, strengthening food. It Is
every evening, with few variations,
llko this: 'Mamma, let's liuvo toast and
Grape-Nuts for breakfast; or, let's have
e«gs and Orspe-Nuto'—never forget-
ting the latter.
"(*>no of our boys in school and 1B
years of ago repeatedly tells tne his
mind is so much brighter after having
Grape-Nuts as n part If not all his
breakfast." Natne given by Postum
Oo., Battle Creek, Mleh. Read the lit
tie book, "The Itoad to Wellvllle," Id
pKkb. "Thete's a Reason."
The extraordinary popularity of fine
wh'te goods this summer makes the
choice of Starch a ina'ter of greil Im-
portance. Defiance Starch, being free
from all Injurious chemicals, is the
only one which Is safe to use on fine
fabrics. Its great strength as a stlff-
ener makes half the usual quantity of
Starch necessary, with the re-nitt of
perfect flnls'i, equal to that whet) th?
goods were new.
A lazy man Is u dead loss to him
similaling lite Food andRcgula
ling lite Stomach and Dowels of
Ini am is /Children
ness and R< si Contains neither
Iipiunt.Morphine nor Mintra 1,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
fape of OUt ITSAML TLlfTQOJI
franp/tM Set J- ' v
Jtx .Sm** * * I
fbtkall* .W# - I
4kuM Smd * 1
Ctunhtd \ugqs I
h§i+ff*vt rtoror ,
Aperferl Hrmeilv foiTonstipn
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss or Sleep.
>ar Simile Stgnnlure of
Exact copy of wrapplr.
Is not home without a little child,
but many weak, sick, miserable
women, seem unable to have
ona. Where this Is due to some
chronic disease of the woman'y
organs, as it so often Is.
ua unurv Til I morn. 3"° ron rue I"." tutimioiiBccTAi.
RU MuRLT I ILL LUKLU di4la3u with nannte pftotfihcm mcn
DBS THOOMTOW t MtWOH-iMoQ*" StKAm«3 CITY. MO. Q""' ''' )
Cyclist Amusra Sultan,
i The sultan of Turkey occasionally j |
j flnd amusement In watching the per- ;
' romance of Mustafa, tiie court cy- j
j cltst, who Is Bald to he th;> only per-
i sou who has ever made his majesty
J laugh. Mustafa accompanies his «y- |
1 rations with frequent bursts of mono-
lo«ue ihowln" himself to be almoat
1 *s Kood a wit as he Is a cyclist
FOR 17 YEARS, AT LITTL
fond forfrt c booklet. Milo II HtaV
900 141 h M Vt MiUiKfo P. < .
ftt CtmttK".«"li flan«l ami l «'troit.
1*6*. No (laU'ul, uo f«-o for our *«r*
(■hen cioinra nit:
is the best medicine lor you to
t ike, since it regulates the func-
tions, builds up the weak organs,
strengthens the constitution and
makes childbirth easy. Has feelped
thousands. Try it.
At all Druggists C28
WRfTF lor Free Advice. Ntatin®
JKf and dovcribiiitf your b.vmptoiiiH, to
L'liiips \tlvisorv Dept., CI Uaiu o*ifc
Medicine Co., (JhattanouKa. Tenn.
NEW WHEAT LANDS IN
THE CANADIAN WEST
inn mlditiotiMl tniir*
IUU „f t^ilwHy lln
year have f.|> Mir«t up
largely incn'ased tnrl-
It« • y lo tlir'yroK'eKmv*
farmers of We«. eiu
CwtiailiA and the Oot-
rriiuiflit of Ihr Domla
t« ti continue* to
ON K llUNIiKKD AND
SIXTY ACRF.8 FRKB to every wittier.
THE COUNTRY HAS
Coal, wnntl and water In abundant **, cburcbet
and Ht'hnoU < «>nvenieiit, inutk. is r;l*y ol attrsaj
taxt s 1 (• \t t i inode I hr l**s| in I lit* no.thei n t. m
pet.Ite mine 1w it lid Otdei i ir valine vn y wurrft.
I i)i mlvli e hihI iulotuiatioti a>UltesH Ilia
SIM'HRIN I KNDHN T IM M M.RATION*
Otl.i a .i, Chiiaiid, or atty aulhoriced t .HHttllaa
J. S. CRAWFORD. No. 12S W. Ninth Street.
Kansas City, Mi.iuuri.
W. N. U.. WICHITA, NO. 7. 1907.
Becoi HP of tho e u«ly, uri/Hy, gray halra. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. Prlc«. tl.OO, rotall.
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Woodworth, M. F. & Woodworth, D. G. Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1907, newspaper, February 14, 1907; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102932/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.