The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902 Page: 10 of 12
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"I Want Everybody to Know How
Completely 11 Cures Indigestion."
This shows the unselfish disposition of Mr.
Hodge, of Orchard Cottage, Ippleden, New-
ton, who, having been cured by Vogeler's
Compound, wishes every other sufferer to
know of the benefit he has received from
this marvellous remedy. lie tells his story
'• Gentlemen—I find Vogeler's Compound a remedy
above all others ; last year I was in a thorough had
state ot health, and could hardly drag one leg after the
other. I had tried dozens of remedies advertised to
cure indigestion and all its attendant evils, hut was
rapidly going from had to worse, when I had the good
fortune to lie recommended to take Vogeler's Coin-
pound. I did so, and am thankful to say it made a
new man of me. I should like other people to know
its virtues, and hnw completely it knocks under the
worst forms of indigestion and dispepsia.
(Signed) " Groki.f. h. Hodgb.
Vogeler's Compound is the greatest reme-
dy of the century for all stomach disorders
and liver and kidney troubles in both men
and women. A free sample bottle will be
sent on application to the proprietors, St.
Jacobs Oil, Ltd., Baltimore, Md.
Why Is It
That St. Jacobs Oil always affords .nstant
relief from pains, after all other remedies
have signally failed ? Simply because it is
peculiar to itself, wholly unlike another rem-
edy. It possesses great penetrating power,
reaching the very seat of the disease. It
acts like magic It conquers pain quickly
and surely. It is an outward application,
and is used by millions of people.
ni'iH 25 OZ 25C.
'^11" I 8 OZ • 5C.
I O oz I Oc.
. _ _ We will pay $SOO.OO for an article ot
• IC (If* 1 food linked with
containing anything Injurious to
health caused by the use of said
PARKHTTKST-DAVIS MER. CO.
Manufacturing Dei>t, Topeka. Kan.
CUTICURA SOAP, to cleanse the skin
Of crusts and scales and soften the thick-
ened cuticle, CUTICURA OINTMENT,
to instantly allay itching, inflamma-
tion, and irritation, and soothe and heal,
and CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS,
to cool and cleanse the blood. A SINGLB
SET of these great skin curatives is
often sufficient to cure the most tortur-
ing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleed-
ing, crusted, scaly, and pimply skin,
scalp, and blood humours, with loss of
hair, when all else fails.
Millions of People
Use Cuticcua. Soap, assisted by CtrricuRX
Ointment, for preserving, purifying, and
beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp
of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stop-
ping of falling hair, for softening, whitening,
and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for
baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, and for
all the purposes of tho toilet, bath, and nurs-
ery. Millions of Women use Cuticuka Soap
In tho form of baths for annoying irritations,
Inflammations, and excoriations, or too free
or offensive perspiration, in tho form of
Trashes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for
many Ranatlve, antiseptic purposes which
readily suggest themselves to women.
•Ctitiouua Rmsoj.tf.nt pills (Chocolate
Coated) are a now, tasteless, odorless, eco-
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cutiouba Resolvent, as well as for all other
blood purifiers and humour cures. In screw-
cap vials, containing 60 doses, price 25c.
Sold thrcufhout the world. Soap, tic., OiJiTMSjrr,
Mc ., Pll.i.s, 4 c. British Depots 27-28, Ch r*«rhouMiSq,
London trench Depot: fi Hue de la Pail, '"*"*• n 'i'
tM* Dkuo & Chzil. Coal"., Sola Propa., Iioiton, U. B. A.
PISO'S. CURE FOR ,o'
Eighteen Vessels Burned With a'l
USE OF THE CABLES STOPPED,
St. Thomas, D W. I., May 12.—It '.s
now estimated that forty thousand
persons perished as a result of t ho
volcanic eruption in the Island of Mar-
Washington.—The following was re-
ceived at the State department, from
Point A Pitrie:
"A storm of steam, mud and fire en-
veloped the city anil community. Sot
more than twenty persons escaped
with their lives. Eighteen vessels were
burned and sunk with all on board,
including' four American vessels ami a
steamer from Quebec named lloraime.
The United States consul and family
are reported among the victims. A war
vessel has come to Guadeloup for pro-
visions. (Signed) AYMK, Consul.
The state department has been re-
ceiving dispatches from commercial
houses in New \ork asking that a war
ship be sent at onee to Martinique to
afford relief. The matter is under
St. Thomas.—The commander of the
Sucet, reports that the entire town of
St. Pierre was wrapped in ilames. He
endeavored to save about thirty per-
sons more or less burned, from the
vessels iu the harbor. Ilis oflh-ers went
ashore in small beats seeking for sur-
vivors, but were unable to penetrate
the town. They saw heaps of bodies
upon the wharves and it is believed
that not a single person, resident in
St. Pierre at the moment of the catas-
Washington.—The last available fig-
ures show the total population of the
island of Martinique as 185.000 peo-
ple, of whom 25,000 lived in St. I'ierre,
and according to Mr. Ayme, have near-
ly all perished.
Kingston, Jamaica.—All the islands
in the neighborhood of Martinique are
isolated apparently by an earthquake.
Cable communication with St. Vincent,
Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara and St.
Lucia is interrupted. Fears are en-
tertained for the safety of the cable
repair steamer Grappler, which was at
Martinique prior to the disaster.
Details of Earthquake.
Salt Lake, Utah, May 13. — In a letter
to the president of the Mormon church,
dated April 23, from Paul Kenning,
elder and representative of the church
in Guatemala, further details are given
of the destructive earthquakes in that
"The whole northwestern region,"
says Mr. Henning, "one of the richest
in Central America, is in ruins. On
the evening of the 18th of April the
first shock was felt. This lasted from
thirty to forty seconds, and caused the
wildest panic. There was no loss of
life in Guatemala City and the property
damage was less than at first heard
though walls were cracked all over the
city, and many old houses were turn
bled in ruins. Ever since then the
shocks have continued with more or
less violence. The worst damage was
done in the city of Quesentano, the
second largest in the country. There
is estimated that from 5,000 to 0,000
people were killed.
Hnrrell I.aw Declared Valid.
Topeka, Kas., Ma}' 13.—The supreme
court finally passed upon the constitu
tionality of the Hurrell liquor law. I
has refused the application for a re
hearing made by G. C. Clemens in the
case brought by the city of Wilson
against John Herrink, who was con
victed of violating the act. Clemen
contendod the law was unconstitu
Mrs. Annie McKay, Chaplain Sons of
Temperance, 326 Spadina Ave., I oronto,
Cured of Severe F emale 1 roubles by Lydia
E. Pinkham's V egetable Compound.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— Being a mother of five children I
have had experience with the general troubles of my sex. I was
lacerated when one of my children was born and from that hour I
date all my afflictions. I found that within a few months rti) health
was impaired, I had female weakness and serious inflammation and
frequent flooding. I became weak and dizzy but kept on my leet,
dragging through my work without life or pleasure. A neighbor
who had been helped by taking Lyiliii E. IMiikliaiii s A cgptable
Compound insisted that I take at least one bottle. I did so and
felt so much better that I kept on the treatment. For seven months
I used the Compound faithfully and gladly do I say it, health and
strength are mine once more. I know how to value it now when it
was so nearly lost, and I appreciate how great a debt I owe )ou.
The few dollars I spent for the medicine cannot begin to pay what it
was worth to me. Yours very truly, Mrs. Anna McKay, Chaplain
Sons of Temperance."
$5000 FORFEIT IF THE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
No other female medicine in the world has received such
widespread and unqualified endorsement. Refuse all substitutes.
Mrs. Pinkham inviteR all sick women to write her for advice.
Iff lis* has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
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Other brands 10 cents for
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902, newspaper, May 15, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106226/m1/10/: accessed September 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.