Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1905 Page: 4 of 17
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EYEEY SUTFEEER WANT'S THE VEEY
Mr. Donovan Tliink* the Remedy Used by
111m with (inch Kemarknhlo Nucceai
the Best—Cured by l''ive Boxes.
" Meu who havo to do difficult nud
(langeroas work ou electric liues at auy
bourof day Of niglit, cau't afford to havo
my thing the matter with their health,"
Buid Mr. Donovan. You can imagine,
therefore, how much I was alarmed 0110
winter's day in 1902, when I was seized
by a pain just behind my right hip that
made it difficult for mo to walk home.
It was so bad by the tiino I reached the
house that I was obliged to go straight
" Did that relievo yon ?"
" No, the pain grew more severe and
kept extending downward along my leg.
I sent for a physician, and ho soon de-
cided that I had sciatica. In a few days
the whole nerve was affected, and the
least movement brought on terrible
" Did your condition improve under
the doctor's treatment?"
" Quite the contrary. At the end of
two months I wasu'f a bit better, and at
times I feared that I would never be
able to leave my bed."
" How did you get out again ?"
" When I was lying in bed, nimble to
move and wasting away in flesh, a friend
visited me and told me about the won-
derful cures brought nbout by a great
blood and nerve remedy, Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. Ho strongly urged mo to try
them, and I luckily had sense enough to
take his advice."
" Did you mend quickly?"
" Yes, that was tho astonishing thing.
I noticed a slight improvement beforo I
had quite finished the first box of the
pills, I could get out of bed while I was
ou the third box, and I was eutirely
cured by the time I had taken five boxes."
Mr, Joseph A. Douovau is living at
Plaistow, New Hampshire, and is line
inspector for the Haverhill, Newton nud
Piaistow Electric Street Railway. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills are the remedy to
use when the blood is thin, as in nmruiin;
or impure, as in rheumatism; or when
the nerves are weak, as in neuralgia; or
lifeless, as in partial paralysis; or when
the body as a whole is ill-nourished, as
in general debility. They are sold by
Evading C ^arette Law
Cigarettes with tobacco wrappers.
Instead of paper, have been placed on
the market In Wisconsin, labeled
"cigars." to evade the anti-cigarette
law. The contents are said to be
identical with that of the paper cov-
When a deep cellar becomes filled
with heavy, poisonous air, it is never
safe to go into it until It has been
cleaned out. When your body has
been poisoned with the foul residues
of undigested food, it is just as neces-
sary to clean it out. To do this pleas-
antly and safely take Dr. Caldwell's
(laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It is a
pure, scientific preparation which has
110 equal in tho cuie of constipation,
headache, biliousness and stomach
trouble Sold by all druggists at 50c
and $100. Money back if it fails.
When some men meet a creditor
they either tear up a street or turn
down an alley.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured •
ky local application*, a« they cannot rvach the d1
eased portion of (be car. Tbete U only one way to
cure drarncaa. and that la by constitutional remedies.
lVRfii.ua la cauaed by an Inflamed condition of the
luuooua llnlnn of tbe Kuatf clilan Tube. Wben tbla
tube la Inflamed you havo aruuihllnK sound or Im-
perfect hearing, and when It 1 eutirely closed. Deaf-
ueaa U the reault. and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and thla tube reatored to Ita normal cotidl-
tlou, hearing *111 be destroyed forever; nine cases
out of ten are cauaed by t atarrli, which Is uothlng
hut au luflamed condition of tbe mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for auy case of
Deafneas icanaed by catarrhMhat cannot be cured
by Hall' Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
V. J. CHKNKY * CO.. Ttfledo, Ok
Sold t? PruptlatK. 75o.
Take Hall's Vamity rills for constIpstlon.
The postman in the fashionable
streets says the people he serves are
of good address.
People who "get In on the ground
floor" are apt to slam the door behind
Pauls Valley Sentinel
NEW STATE NEWS
The chief of police at Muskogee has
been ordered to enforce the collection
of an annual tax of $10 from all real
estate dealers of that town.
A new telephone line Is being built
from Durwood to liaum, through Mill-
key. Connection will be made with
the Ardmore-South McAlester line.
The City National bank of Madill
and the American National bank ot
Weleetka have been authorized to be-
Burglars entered the store of N.
Johnson at Tyler and appropriated
merchandise to the value of $05.
The Chickasar Medical association
met in Marietta iast week. Wynne-
wood was selected as the next meet-
Application has been made to Gov-
ernor Ferguson for the pardon of
Frank Coleman, who, in 1901, was
sent to the penitentiary for ten years
from Pottawatomie county for robbing
a French co-laborer of eight onts.
Gas is to be supplied to the Chilocco
Indian school from north of Arkansas
The Order of Eagles will celebrate
In Muskogee May 22 to 27.
Machinery for a 100-barrel flouring
mill has been received at Lawotn.
The promoters say the mill will be
completed and in readiness for busi-
ness by fall.
Charles Mooreman, a brakeman em-
ployed by the Ardmore & Chickasha
Railway company, was caught be-
tween freight cars and seriously in-
jured. Mooreman's home is at Ma-
Ed Williams was arrested at Shaw-
nee and turned over to the federal au-
thorities upon a charge of having ob-
tained money under false pretenses.
It is claimed he secured the payme-nt
of a money order which did not be-
long to him.
Bruce Roberts, charged with the
killing of Joe Roberts at Terral, was
acquitted in the preliminary examin-
ation. It was proven that he acted
Boswell has a press brick factory
More than ono hundred men of the
twin territories met in Oklahoma City
last week to talk prices and freight
rates. In a body they visited the
coal fields near South McAlester and
Eagles of Oklahoma met at Oklalio-
mat City last week and organized p
permanent state convention.
Baptists have completed a church
at Boswell and work has been com-
menced on a new Methodist meeting
A large deposit of pottery clay Is
said to have been discovered near
A new bank, the Oklahoma State
National, will be opened in Guthrie
June 15th. The capital stock will be
Dustin, a new town in Indian Ter-
ritory, is said not to have a lawyer.
The town has two banks and two
hotels, but no followers of Black-
Salute Caused a Fire
When the Italian cruiser Umbria en-
tered the harbor of San Jose de Guata-
mala the other day she fired a salute
A burning wad from one of the guns
dropped on the roof of the government
building and set fire to it. The crew
was ordered ashore and assisted in a
hard light, which resulted to saving
most of the building.
ITCHING SCALP HUMOR.
Lady Suffered Tortures Until Cured
by Cuticura—Scratched Oay
"My scalp was covered with little
pimples and I suffered tortures from
the itching. I was scratching all day
and night, and I could get no rest. 1
washed my head with hot water and
Cuticura Soap and then applied the
Cuticura Ointment as a dressing. One
box of the Ointment and one pake ol
Cuticura Soap cured me. Now my
head is entirely clear and my hair is
growing splendidly. I have used Cu-
ticura Soap ever since, and shall nev-
er be without it. (Signed) Ada C.
Smith, 309 Grand St., Jersey City,
Too many women look upon a mar-
riage certificate as a license to oper
Rte a hold-up game.
Every houseKeeper should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because it
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 16 oz.—one full
pound—while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up In %-pound pack-
ages, and the price is the same, 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch Is free from all injurious chem-
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a
12-oz. package it Is because ho has
& stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Stsrch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand
Defiance «nd save much time and
money and the annoyance of the iron
Sticking. Defiance never sticks.
The failures of this world are the
truest tokens of tho next.—Florida
"Makes It Go 'Way."
"We simply can't do without It.
We are not going to try. When
Bobby stubs or cuts his toe, it's "Ma,
where's the Lightning Oil?" When
Lizzie burn her hand or arm, it's
"Where's the Lightning Oil?" When
little Dick's been playing with a bum
hie bee, it's, "Where's the Lightning
Oil?" The echo of all our afflictions
is, "Where's the Lightning Oil?" It's
the balm that makes the pain go way.
If we could see Into the future
blindness would soon be considered a
Private Car Lines.
The railroads seem very willing to
have the private car lines brought
under the jurisdiction of the Inter-
state Commerce Commission. A rail-
road president is authority for the
statement that lines are paiil mileage,
without discrimination, and the ques-
tion of excessive charges is a matter
for the shipper to settle with tho car
lines, so long as there is no law to
govern their rates. Car mileage pay-
ing has been decided to be as legal as
tho payment of rental for property.
Wealth may not bring happiness,
but most of us think we could get
next to it if wo had the money.
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures painful,smarting, nerv-
ous feet and ingrowing nails. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Makes new shoes easy. A certain cure fot
sweating feet. Sold by all druggists, 25c.
Trial package FREE. Address A. S.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
There may bo plenty < f room at the
top, but the climbing is not what it
is cracked up to be.
Married Sevenfy-six Years
A Montreal couple, Pierre Forget
and his wife, have just celebrated the
seventy-sixth anniversary of their
marriage. Mr. Forget is 100 years and
6 months old, while his wife is 9(i,
and both are in good health. Ono of
their thirteen children will herself
celebrated her golden wedding three
years hence, though she Is only 01
Opening of the Uintah Indian
The Uintah Indian Reservation In
Utah, containing 2,425,000 acres of
arable land, to be opened up for set-
tlement on September 1, 1905, is des-
cribed in a pamphlet just issued by
the passenger department of the Den-
ver & Rio Grande Railroad company.
A valuable map, showing the country
to be opened up and the various
routes by which it can be reached, is
published for the first time in this
pamphlet, which may be obtained by
addressing General Passenger Agent
S. K. Hooper at Denver.
The man who talks as if he had h's
mouth full of hot mush is never able
to make a stirring speech.
VSE THE FAMOUS
Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2-oz. package 5
cents. The Kuss Company, South Beud, Ind.
When peaches get cheaper is that a
[ Thompson's Eye Water
Comfort -- Economy
A Cool Kitchen
No kindlings to chop—no «lirt—ami a kitchen
as comfortable us tho nit tint? room—that'*
(juick Meal way— just turn the valve— utriko a
match and you have instantly a red hot fire—
and in no time breakfast in ready. And it ousts
almost nothing for fuel, 4C to 6* a day,
that's all. It's just its simplo and as
safo as an ordinary korosfiio lamp.
It is built according to the in- !
suraneo people's ideas—the* havo
in every possible way to
their full satiHfaction.
Tho Quick Meal saves I
half an hour'n sleepi.
every morning and ever
so much t imo during a day. You can roll it In-
to your Dining Room, if yon prefer—wherever
you use the Quiclt Meal, your room remains
cleun, cool and comfortable.
You should havo a Quick Meal in lour
If your doaler doesn't carry it. tell us, and
Would You Lika a Present?
Wo will send you eomi'thing useful—some-
_thing you'll like if you'll simply tell u« your
\tenle$ '8 name nnd nay whether or
not he carries yuick Meal, 8igu
your name plainly go I ho preatnt
will be sure to reach you safely.
Ringen Stovs Co., Div. Makers
61 h SU, St. Loot*, Mo.
'The Wonder City"
Hidden away in the
toot hills of the North-
ern Ozarks' slopes, la
the midst ot greea
forests, lies Eldorado
BprliiKS, Mo., an Ideal
health and pleasure
resort. Since the dis-
covery of its now
famous Springs, thous-
ands have received
l>#neflts from the heal-
ing waters, and havo
Bono away eloquent
testimonials of their
During the summer
tickets will be sold to
Eldorado Springs at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES
To those seeking a
quiet, Ideal place ia
which to spend a
summer vacation at m
Eldorado Bprlngs off«ra
Booklets and tull particulars
H to train acrvic. lat.a, etc..
may b« had ot any Katy Agsnt,
or by addraisiugi
k. C Hlnrr, T. P. A., ScdjQi. Vs.
F. I. Drew, G. I. A., Pvums, Km.
. C. bnltt, D. P. i. OlUkwu City
few* Barton, 0. P.t 1. i, St. I wis, He.
"TUB KATY "
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