The Hugo Husonian. (Hugo, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 26, 1906 Page: 3 of 10
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horns of tmBvolution
pn Quaii.i In-
ATTACKED THE HEART P0PU"" " ! cant straighten up
Unable to AVork.
«Jr1J;ucvvvML'<ii.vnev-452 s,d Ave-
Hrookljn, N. \ writes:
••For marty months / suffered sc.
]he slJr>^J'eKdV:hCS "nd p""*
' „ *!d' and back, sometimes being
unable to attend to my dally work
... w be,ter' "ow - thanks to Peru-
na. and am as active as ever and have
no more headaches.
''The way Peruna worked In my
case was simply marvelous."
We have in our files many .rrateful
vithth.. " T"1"'" have « fferetl
V the symptoms named above. La.k
of space prevents our giving1 more than
one testimonial here.
It is impossible to even approximate
n".a^rhHsar r'ntf wh'ieh l>e-
runa hds relieved, or the nuinl* r
and strength by its faithful llSe.
r- , ;e things very
ractlve, but not always true to life
says the Philadelphia Public Ledger. '
There was not a uniformed regiment
in the army. The grand old fellows
fought in hunting garb or the dress
they wore on the farm, store, church
or tavern. So with the horns or bu-
gles. Those that sounded Johnson's
charges in the war of 1812 and the
death-knell of the great Indian chief
tecumseh, were the old wooden horn
of Capt: Bob Collins.
This was made of two cedar staves
three-sixteenths of an inch in thick-
ness. These were trimmed and so
bent that when the edges joined they
formed a funne'-shaped instrument
four inches in d'amet r at the large
end and tat • e I Jown ti a convenient
size at the mo.itnplece. The two cedar
staves were held in place by hoops
made of cow's horn.
Whether Capt. Bob had acquired the
habit of blowing a wooden horn in the
army, or whether he had once been
flatboatman (who used such horns
altogether) is not known. It Is, how
ever, certain that the good man sound-
ed reveille at sunrise until his death
in 1864. The neighbors for miles
around saw the sunrise unheralded
after Capt. Bob was called home, anf1
his quaint instrument was never used
again. It has been preserved, though
by Mrs. Anne Mayhill, his grand
daughter, wi.o cherishes It in her
home in Kentucky, where it is an hon
Awful Nauralgla Case Cured to Stay
Cured by Dr. Wllllama'
piutionary sol- Neuralgia in any form if pninfnl but
piforms *7e." il *tt<lcl£,, the heart itisfrequently
iu must | fa~'- Complicated with indication of
e same *, rm tlmt affected the vital organ it
artists were "reateued serious consequences iu an in-
"tan™ just reported. The case is that of —' """• "« emerea a large open
V Graves, of Pleasanthiil, La., ' P**H!on where worship was going on.
follows - trouble and cure as Men sat in rows while a reader re-
Bill Bailey" Listened To by Pil8rims
Popular songs travel far these days,
especially when they are engraved on
the record cylinder of the common
phonograph. Sidney Low, describing
the Kumbh Mela, or pilgrim fair, held
once every twelve years near Allaha-
bad, yays that he entered a large open
1° >ear" the mRn at ,he door
of the Empire theater has been taking
tickets afong Broadway, and In all
that time he has never seen a show.
Hes been at the Empire for about ten
years. He hasn't even seen "Peter
an. Seldom, if ever, he gives out
a door check between acts. He just
remembers the faces. He never gives
a door check to a woman And he's
never been fooled—N. y. gun.
. r^1 Glbbon- the well-known
•uthor, began life a« a cabin boy on
a sailing ship. He la very young yet,
but there ia every chance of his hav-
ng M. P .dded to his name before
loot joining the ran*s of those dis-
tinguished parliamentary «,.thors
whose most recent addition" w.s
If It Fails, the Money's Yours.
Thousand of boxes of Hunt's Cure
are being sold by the Southern drug-
gists daily, for the simple reason that
people are rapidly finding out that It
is the best cure for any itching dis-
ease ever discovered. The first ap-
plication relieves, and one box posi-
tively guaranteed to cure any one case.
There has just passed away In the
parson of M. Desprecher one of the
pioneers of France in ocean cables. M
I>«sprecher collaborated with Sir John
Pender. Cyrus W. F,eld. George Elliott
«d others In laying the Bret cables
between Europe and America. He was
one of the promoters of the Corslcan
e; Thlcb w" Uld ln ,Ml in
1M4 he bought the Island of Antlcostl
which now belongs to M. Menler. He
has reached the age of S3.
Looked Like the Beal Thing and the
Company Had to Do It
The late Joseph Jefferson used to gay
that his career came very near being
nipped in the bud in a sr—>11 western
town, relates Success Magazine. He at
that time was a member of a small pio-
neer company which progressed by
means of three "bull teams" from on^
mining camp to another. They were
always heartily received by the miners
and cowboys, who readily paid the. f}
dollars in gold i'eqhired to witness
their performance. Mr. Jefferson was
the traditional melodramatic villain,
and ln the third act was supposed 13
kidnap "the child." The supposed
mother, hearing its cries, rushes upon
the scene just as he is about to escape,
and fires a fruitless shot from a re-
Upon this particular occasion all had
gone we.l until this scene was reached,
and the audience, many of whom had
never before seen any kind of theatri-
cal performance, sat as if spellbound.
At the crack of the mother's revolver,
however, the apell was rudely broken.
"By heaven, ahe missed him:" a red-
shir.ed miner Inks front row shouted,
drawing his own "six-shooter" and
leaping to his feet. "Round to the
back door and head him off 'fore he
ran git a hoss, boys!" he yelled, and
following him, half the audience stam-
peded for the exit.
The excitement was finally allayed
by the "mother" and the villain's ap-
pearing nand In hand before the cur-
tain. and the manager's explanatlou of
the situation. When the performame
had been concluded, the audience In-
sisted on paying another admission
price and having an immediate repeti-
tion from beginning to end.
* . —w •uunttniricKUjar
in my Mloeping mid eating I suppose
tills whs the cause of my sickness, at
any rate, in May, 1005, I had got so bad
that I was compelled to quit work and
take to my bed. I had a good doctor
and took bis medicine faithfully bnt
grew worse. I gave up hope of getting
better and my neighbors thought I was
surely going to die.
" I had smothering spells that it is
awful to recall. My heart fluttered and
then seemed to cease beating. I could
not lie ou my left side at all. My bunds
and feet swelled and so did my face
After reading about Dr. Williams' Pink
i ills in a newspaper I decided to try
then, and they suited my case exact]/
Before long I could see an improvement
and after taking a few boxes 1 was en-
tirely cured. I am glH,i to make this
statement alid wish it could cause everv
8°£er£ *?. tr-v Dr-Williams' Pink Pills.
Dr.Willmins'Pink Pills do not simply
deaden pain; they cure the trouble which
causes the pain. They are guaranteed to
contain no narcotic, stimulant or opiate.
Those who take them run no danger of
forming any drug habit. Thev act
directly,," ti. (-blood and it is only through
the blcxxl that any medicine can reach
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
druggists or will be sent, postpaid, on
receipt of price, 60 cents per box, six
boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. Williams Med-
icine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
fs an Instrumental accompaniment,"
Mr. Low writes. "One man beats a
small tom-tom, another performs on
a kind of concc-rtina and the brass
bell mouth of a phonograph yawns be-
"It is thought the visitors might
like to hear the phonograph. Th<
reader stops and the machine—a ven
bad one—grinds out what I presently
discovered to be an English lyric
painfully familiar. 'Won't You Com.
Home. Bill Bailey?' asks the wheez;
phonograph in a cockney accent.
"The old priea leans on his sticl
and beams wi'h pride, and the black
bearded worshipers look on with un
relaxed features. Perhaps the\
thought they were listening to a de-
Kidney Trouble Causes Weak Backs
and a Multitude of Pains
Col. R. s. Harrison, Deputy Mar-
shal, 716 Common S ., Lake Charles,
La., says: "A kicn
from a horse first
weakened my back
and affected my kid-
neys. I became very
bad, and had to gj
atout on crutches.
The doctors told me
I had a case of
tism, but I could
Fish Cheap In Florida and Cuba.
Commissioner George W. Bowers of
the Bureau of Fisheries returned the
other day from Florida and Cuba,
where he went to study the culture of
sponges and the marketing of flsb In
"I have always held," said Mr.
Bowers, "that the old woman who
raised chickens and the Bureau of
Fisheries were the greatest benefac-
tors of mankind. As long as chick-
ens and flsh are to be had all the beef
trusts in the world cannot run the
meat market up unreasonably, be-
cause the masses of people will then'
eat chickens and fish."
Mr. Bowers stated that the fish mar-
;ets of Havana were a model of ef-
•lciency and thoroughness. This con-
• nd finally began" usia^itoan's^'icm'' ?.C,.enCy and ,horollghn<'3l!- Thla Con-
ner Pills for my Wdneys Rrst the" I n h '8 ft**1' dUe to the lar«*
kidney secretions came more fr elv ber of Catholics who are heavy
""n the pain ,eft bA I w l I""6" °f flsh'
and got Lno her box, and that <on-
a Cljre- I have been well for
So;d by all dealers, 50 rents a box.
Foster-Mi.burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Hot to Be Deceived.
Eays, business men of your town
<now you better than your parents.
In London Courts.
Some of the London local courts have
adopted the method of drawing jurors'
names from a box, in the American
style. The London Mail says the
method has a distinctly novel, not to
say sporting character, about it."
The Plain Plucker.
In Florida Mr. Bowers found that
fish were generally eaten and were
remarkably cheap. The negro fisher-
men bringing in shad and other fish
from the St. John River and other
streams, where they are plentiful, sell
them to the dealers at three cents
?ach, and consumers can procure flsh
weighing from two to five pounds
each for a nickel. This assures the
•ioor people an abundance of cheap
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures painful, smart-
There eves r' L „ J'°Ur parents" i The Plain Plucker I , A P0Wder' 11 cures P''nful, smart-
eyes are on you when you are it . , , lng, nervous feet and Inerowlnir nana
vZ aWHe' Y°U may S,ip away ,rom I on rub it"™ " y°U' ^ " i the grea'est comfort discovery of
. r mother, you may dupe and de- Then hefnro v &Se' Makes n !w shoes easy. A
your best friends, you may elude JT y°U 8carcelJr know L all ! certain cure for sweatin ? feet. Sold
the watchful eye of your teacher you ' Fnr . trouble will be gone. j by ail druggists, 25c. Trial package,
nay trifle wltb the confidence of vonr ' aching Joint or muscle do the I FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le
Different Uses of a Church.
Deacon B. and Minister S. of Boston
were not on the best of terms. 1:
was the custom to let the church
vestry for entertainments. A travel
lng show exhibiting an educated hors<
was allowed the use of the vestry b
the deacon. The minister heard of it
and started-«ut to find the deacor
They m«t at the yostoffice and had i
out right there. ' „
"The vestry of a church is noSi^c
6fhlb't •howe" said the mlnist^
It is highly improper and out o**
"I don't know," said the dearnn "a=
it is any worse to exhibit a horse in
i-.™ * t,lan 8 jaCkaSS in 'he
Important to ^othe_
Exsreine carefully every botti, . ,
■ «*fe and ure remedy for infau. * . RfA"
•ad see that it * *°d cbilllren.
la Vie For Orcr 30 Ye*r .
Tbe Kind You n ve
Tiay trifle with the confidence of your
Minday school superintendent, but you
*an t fool the business men in your
own when they have a position to be
tiled.—Kansas City Journal.
Anyone can be a power for evil—
good Character to bc a P°wcr (or
It extracts all pains and poisons,
plucks the stings and heals the
Punt's Lightning Oil does it
Certain men are determined to cet
their share of what does not belong
to them. B
Roy. N. Y.
Regular feeding makes even
well marbeled mutton.
Ir . Window's Soothing HTrop.
.often, the gum., reduce. In.
flamn.atloD, allay B pafo. cure® wind colic. 25c • bottle.
Tiny gold roses are seen on some
' the s.nartcst of the dark, rich hats.
Frank Ward, of New South
believed to have killed m,J^ ^
bits at one shot than any ot rab-.
lining. His record Is 27. T. ,L"\,
animals were drinking at a tZt e
Presented every opportunity foT d°L
kin. a bl£
To cleanse the
Dispels colds and
bilious or con-
For men, women
Hew Kind of Race.
Items In the Srst great athletic
neettog held In Chi.a, which took
place at Canton, were arithmetic
racea. Pupils from schools carried
Hates and pencils, and In tbe courss
of the race they encountered a blacl.
board containing a sum to be solved
The boys were lined up as they
reached the goal, and those whose cal-
culations were wrong were then ellm
tnated. The first three left In the line
were rounted winners.
recession of the falls.
Rate at Which the Niagara Cataract
Has Wcrn Its Way
Spanish Fartnera In the Rear.
There are only six head of horned
rattle In Spain to each two and one-
half acres of cultivated land, while in
France there are thirty-four head and
In England fifty-six. This shows the
poor condition of cattle breeding in
The only reliable data that can form
h basis for speculation as to the prog-
ress of Niagara Falls from Lake On-
tario to the present site is found by
comparing the two surveys that have
been made of the falls, one ln 1842
and the other in 1886. writes Archer
Butler Hulbert, in Four-Track News.
The first of these was a trigonometri-
cal survey made by Dr. John Hall,
nestor of the New York State geologi-
cal survey. At the suggestion of Sir
Charles Lyell, who visited the falls
with him, monuments were erected at
the points at which the angles were
taken in order that some later sur-
veyor would be able to find with ac-
curacy the exact extent of the changes.
The second survey was made in 1886
by R. S. Woodward, of the I nited
States geological survey, now director
of the Carnegie Institute at Washing-
ton. The result surprised the world.
• Woodward's survey showed
that the falls had moved 220 feet since
1842; the rate .t the center had been,
therefore, five feet per annum; Wood-
ward proved that the tremendous area
of five acres of rock had been precipi-
tated from the face of the fall in the
Do You Itchf
If so. you know the sensation is
an agreeable one, and hard to cure un.
'eas the proper remedy Is used.
Hunt's Cure la the King of all Skla
remedies. It cures promptly any itch-
ing trouble known. No matter the
name or place. One application re-
lieves—one box is absolutely guaran-
teed to cure.
American Student Life.
Prof. William Ostwald, of tbe Uni-
versity of Lelpslc. who has been lec-
turing in this country, gives his im-
pression of American student life bs
follows: "The personal interest of
the students, next to their studies. Is
concentrated alone on Sport, which
draws their attention altogether from
Intellectual or aesthetic pursuits."
Babies Wear Charms.
All Neapolitan babies wear tied
round their necks a cnarm against the
evil eye called "Cimaruta," which
means "a sprig of rice.'' When com-
plete It consists of nine emblems, all
of which have magical power. Tr.ese
emblems are the sprig of rice, serpent,
half moon, key, heart, hand and horn,
bird, shamrock and sliver.
iere is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene-
Acts best onf
Always bay the genuine - Manufactured by the
• wy an nrsi-aass
(S , ww.np.my V^UUUTQH
r aIways printed on the front
every package. Price Fifty Cents per tottfc.
The New York kitchen association.
Sparrows, as a rule, nest anywhere
but the following two eases are per-
haps as remarkable ss any that can UBIU. 31.
in the congested district last year 'ached their hpme to a busy ferry u i ^ T i Af,er the torm the floaMn* fr^.-#-
228,515 quarts of pure milk and 16- I boat. In both ins'anrpq a SmnH H early lambs arc to be made a are nicked un •nd 00u # M
271 egg, to 28,897 patients. ' I -.uccessfully 'reared specialty, the .wes must be bred in 1 P up and .old for firewood.
T.'/. Z,h"„ z: b- *« «
W^_N. U. Muskogee, No. IT, I9IMI.
DEFMNCE Cold Water Starch
111 "«rk a pleiuure. T« uZi ™
Two Irishmen were digging a sewer
One of them was a bl| strong man
about six feet four Inches In height
and the other was a little, puny man
about four reef six Inches. The fore-
man came along to see how the work
was progressing, and noticed that one
of them was doing more work than
"Ixjok here," he cried, "how is It
that little Dennis Dugan, who Is only
half your sire, Is doing nearly twice
as much work us you. Patrick?"
Glancing down at Ills partner. Hat
"And why Bhouldn t he; ain't he
nearer to ltr-Phlladelphla Lodger.
Muskogee, No.. 17, 1804
Cardui Relieves Pain
caused by curable female diseases. It acts directly on woman's delicat*.
organs, and restores their natural activity Bv m^lrme* delicate
nor^ay.nain disappears. XVa.
checks, and the frowns and wrinkles of suffering are sZn nn iu *
Nothing helped me un-
til I took dardut
I can truly say
cured." Try it.
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