The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902 Page: 10 of 12
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Of National Repufafioi Are the Men Who
Recommend Pg-ru-na to fellow Sufferers.
A Remarkable Case Reported From the State
oi New York.
CONGRESSMAN HOWARD, OF ALABAMA.
House of Representatives, )
Washington, Feb. 4, IH99. \
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus,
Gentlemen:—"I have taken Peruna
now for two weeks, and find / am very
much relieved. I feel that my cure
will be permanent. I have also taken
It for la grippe, and I take pleasure in
recommending Peruna as an excellent
remedy to all fellow sufferers."
At. IV. HOWARD.
Congressman Howard's home ad-
dress Is Fort Payne, Ala.
A /T ^ST people think catarrh is a
V ! disease confined to the hea d and
nose. Nothing is farther from
the truth. It may be that the nose and
throat is the oftencsfc affected by ca-
tarrh, but if this is so it is so only because
these parts are more exposed to the
vicissitudes of the climate than the
other parts of the body.
Every organ, every duct, every cavity
of the human body is liable to catarrh.
A multitude of ailments depend on ca-
tarrh. This is true winter and summer.
Catarrh causes many cases of chronic
disease, where the victim has not the
slightest suspicion that catarrh has any-
thing to do with it.
The following letter which gives the
experience of Mr. A. C. Lockhart is a
case in point:
Mr. A. C. Lockhart, corner Cottage St.
and Thurston Road, Rochester, N. Y.,
in a letter written to I)r. Hartman, says
the following of Peruna:
"About fifteen years ago I commenced to be
ailing, and consulted a physician. He pro•
nounced my trouble a species of dyr.pcpi'j and
advised me, after he had treated me about sit
months, logeta leave of absence from my busi-
ness and go into the country. / did so and got
temporary relief. I went back t i work again,
but was taken with very distressing pains In my
"I seldom had a passage of the bowels natu-
rally. I consulted another physician with no
better results. The disease kept growing on me
until I had exhausted the abiiity of sixteen of
Rochester's best physicians. The last physician
advised me to
tip my work and got j)
south after he hudi
treated me for one 4!
"I was given a ji
thorough exnmitia- i
(ion wtih the X-ray. 4
They won't! not even
determine what my 4
trouble was. Some J
of your testimonials 4
in the Rochester4
papers seemed to me 4
worthy of consider- «
at ion, and I made up 4
my mind to try a 4
bottle of Peruna. 4 .
lie fore the bottle.;,
I ^ jjBj^
was half gone / no- + Mr. W P. Peterson, of '■>
ticed a change for4) Morris. 111., ssv.-s: t>
the better. / ami "I was n< arly dead ft
now on the fifth bot- 4; with catarrhal riyspep-S
tie, and ha\ c not an 4 sia and am now a weli >
ache or pain any- i man, better, in fact. 'i
where. My bowels 4 than I have been for>
move reg u I arly 4j twenty years or more. +
every day, and / < '•Since I pot cured \
have taken on elgh* 4 by your ^^runa I have >
teen pounds of flesh. 4 been consulted by at
/have recommended4 greut many people."—fr
Peruna to a great 4 w. B. Peterson. )
many and they rec- 4 j
ornmend it Very >*■ ¥*•***+ * ww-<
highly. I have told several people that I f they
would take a bottle of Peruna. and could then
candidly say that it had not benefited them, I
would pay for the medidine."
A. C. LOCKHART.
Send for a free catarrh book. Address
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, 0
W. N. U,— WICHITA—NO. 1 1—1902
fc'licn Answering Advertisements Kindly
Mention This I'aper.
■MBHHWHH A Sure
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STOffELL & CO.,
<>r by mall,SO cents.
Charleston' 11, >1 ass.
SHOES THAT WEAR.
Ask Your Dealer For Them.
r ArlS 25 oz. 25c.
i-Vj&M 15 oz. 15c.
I 0 oz I Oc.
We will pay S500.00 for an article ot
foc.il haki-d with
containing anything injurious to
health caused by the use of said
PARKHUKbT-DAVIS MER. CO.
Manufacturing Jiopt., Topeka, Kuu.
flSl lis I SPEECH.
Uses Plain Language in Discussing
WHAT AGUINALDO TOLD HIM.
New York, March 11.—Brigadier
(ieneral Frederick Funston was the
attest of .honor at a dinner given at tiu*
Lotus Club. More than :i00 members
of the club were present.
Among other guests were Charles S.
(ileed, a prominent lawyer of Topeka,
Kans., Frank I'. MaeLennan, editor of
the Topeka Journal.
(.SoneraI Funston being introduced,
said: "To talk about war in the Phil-
ippines is not an agreeable subject but
what 1 may say may aid some of you
in forming opinions as to the condi-
tions of affairs in the islands. The
army lias been doing as well as it
could under the circumstances.
"When Manila was surrendered to
Dewey and Merritt some thousands of
Spaniards were in the city. In theeyea
of the world these people looked to lis
for protect ion, and to have turned
them over to the mob known as
Aguinaldo's army, would have been
the blackest act in history, one that a
thousand years of repentence and
restitution would not have satisfied.
"All sorts of men get into the army.
There are good, bad and indifferent,
but I believe that ninety-live per cent
of the American soldiers are a brave
and humane lot of men. The other
five p?r cent who have been writing
letters to newspapers have ornamented
the insiues of a grog house for a longer
time than they have distinguished
themselves in the field.
"it is perfectly proper for us to have
all sorts of opinions, as to what we
should do with the Philippines, but for
heaven's sake let us keep them to our-
selves until every square inch of the
territory recognizes the sovereignty of
the United States."
(Seneral Funston then gave many
examples to show that the Filipii o
leaders were not true patriots. lie
mentioned the slaying of Antonio
Luna, who was ordered slain by
Aguinaldo. General Funston said that
Aguinaldo told him in regard to Luna's
death: "I had him killed simply be-
cause )u* would have been dictator in-
stead of myself.''
"Would you imagine George Wash-
ington doing anything like that?"
asked General Funston.
The general said there was not one
of the so-called Filipino patriots who
could not be convicted of murder if be
was tried by a jury, lie declared that
there had never been a war in the
world's history where the soldiers had
shown such humanity as the American
troops in the Philippines. He then
told of twenty-four American soldiers
who had joined the Filipinos and who
were afterward captured and executed
as traitors, and then said:
"Thera are many men in the United
States who did more with their mouths
and minds to aid the insurgents than
did these poor men with the Krug-
Jorgensen rifles. 1 would rather see
these men hanged for treason than see
one of the soldiers dead 011 the field of
The general said he talked with
Aguinaldo 011 their way back to Ma-
nila on the Yicksburg and that
Aguinaldo told him that neither Dewey
nor any one else had promised him
Mr. New Declines.
Washington, MnVt 12.— If. S. New.
of Indianapolis, hasdeel ncd the proffer
of the office of first assistant postmas-
ter general, tendered him some days
ag° hy President Roosevelt. Mr. New's
business would not permit him to ac-
ANOTHER GRAND REPORT.
Fiooi His Majesty'* Dockyard,
Ifhtre Upwards of 16,000 Men Are
Soms time ago the Portsmouth
rimes and Naval Gazette published a
most thrilling and remarkable experl-
jnce of the wife of Mr. P'rederick
Payne, himself connected with tho
Portsmouth dockyard for many years.
£he report produced a great sensation,
not only in Portsmouth, but through-
sut the country, being considered of
luflicient importance for reproduction
ind editorial comment by tho leading
metropolitan and provincial press of
England, as showing the marvelous
power which St. Jacobs Oil possessei
is a euro for Rheumatism, its applica-
tion having effected a porfeet cure in
tho case of Mrs. Payne, after having
been a helpless cripple and given up
by several physicians.
We have now further evidence of its
Intrinsic value as a Pain Conqueror.
3ur readers will do well to follow the
Intelligent and highly interesting de-
tails aa given In Mrs. Rabbets own
"To the Proprietors St. Jacobs Oil—
"Gentlemen: My husband, who is a
ihipwrlght in His Majesty's dockyard,
met with an accident to his ankle and
leg, spraining both so badly that hit
leg turned black from his knee to his
toes. The doctor said it would be
months before he could put his foot to
the ground, and it was doubtful
whether he would ever get proper uso
of his leg again.
"A few days after the accident 1 had
a book left at the door telling about St.
Jacob's Oil, so I procured a bottle from
our chemist, Mr. Arthur Creswell, 379
Commercial Road. I began to use
St. Jacob's Oil, and you may guess my
surprise when in about another week
from that date my husband could not
only stand, but could even walk about,
md In three weeks from the time I
first used the Oil my husband was
back at work, and everybody talking
about his wonderful recovery. This ia
not all. Seeing what St. Jacob's Oil
could do gave me faith in your Vogel-
er's Curative Compound, also favora-
bly mentioned in the book left at my
house. I determined to try the com-
pound on my little girl, who was suf-
fering from a dreadful skin disease,
the treatment of which has cost me
largo sums of money in going from
one doctor to another with her, all to
She has taken two bottles of Vo-
geler's Curative Compound, and one
would now hardly take her for tha
same child. Her skin hag such a nice
healthy color after the sallow look eho
has always had.
"I shall never cease to be thankful
for the immense benefit we have de-
rived from these two great remedies
of yours. I think it a duty to recom-
mend these medicines now I have
proved their value.
(Signed.) "Elizabeth S. Rabbets,
"93 Grafton Street, Mile End,
"Landport, Portsmouth, England."
A liberal free sample of Vogelor's Com-
pound will be sent by addressing St.
Jacob's Oil, Ltd., Baltimore.
The above honest, straightforward
statement of Mrs. Rabbets evidence Is
stronger and far more convincing than
pages of paid advertisements, which,
though in themselves attractive, yet
lack that convincing proof which Mrs.
Rabbets' description of her own expe-
rience supplies. St. Jacob's Oi! has a
larger sale throughout the world than
that of all other remedies for outward
application combined, and this can
only be accounted for from the fact
of its superiority over all others.
You can't make the father of twins
believe that a man cannot serve two
Is your home supplied with the greatest
of pain relievers'.' Hamlin's Wizard Oil—
greatest remedy for emergencies.
A political pull is often a great
strain on tho candidate's leg.
It will be a cold day when you find
a laundry starch anywhere near as
good as Defiance. /
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902, newspaper, March 13, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106216/m1/10/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.