The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, July 17, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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NERVE WORN KIDNEYS.
by • bon* Mid b*dljburt—
hi* hip *h fractured—ana
Detn'i Kidney Fill*
■take freedom from kid.
ney trouble poeeible.
They earry t kind of
medication to the kid-
neys that brings a bright
ray of hope to desperate
Aching backs are eased.
Hip. bock, and loin pains
overcome. Swelling of the
limbs and dropsy signs
Lock Hives, Pa.—Mrs.
L W. Ammumen writes:
“ A few weeks ago I sent for
a trial box of Doan’s Kidney
PIUs for myself, and they did
ail they are said to do. My
husband wan kicked last fall
.aits, ss Cists
rate slip. _
his hip was fractured—and
after he recovered he was in
such misery that he could
hardly walk, and to stoop
caused him such distress that
be thought bo would have to
quit work—also, It affected
his bladder, and he was un-
able to make his water with-
out so much distress. I in-
sisted on his getting a box
of your pills and trying them,
so I went to Mason’s Drug
Store and got a box. The
first box helped him so much
that I got the second and also
the third, and now he Is en-
tlrsly well."—Mrs. L. W.
Assvsm, Lock Haven, Pa.
FREE TO WOMEN!
1 —1-i To prove the healing and
Cleansing power of Faxtlnc
Toilet Antiseptic we will
mall a large trial package
with book of Instructions
absolutely free. This is not
a tiny sample, but a large
package, enough to con-
vince anyone of Its value.
Women all over the country
are praising Paxtlne for what
,lt has done in local treut-
■ ■ Imont of female ills, curing
all inflammation and discharges, wonderful as a
cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat, nasal
catarrh, as a mouth wash and to remove tartar
and whiten the teeth, Send today; a postal card
Sold by druggist# or sent postpaid by ns, SO
Mute, large box. Satisfaction guaranteed,
TOM B. PAXTON CO., Boston, Mass.
*14 Columbus A"e.
1 TOIL. ET
an T 151 M|i
It is not every client who la able to
keep his own counsel.
Plso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of ss
a-cough cure.—J. W. OUiusn, 858 Third Ava,
N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. fi, 1900.
When in low spirits some fellows
take to high balls.
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price, 75c,
cartridges and shot shells
are made in the largest and
best equipped ammunition
factory in the world.
of U. M. C. make is now
accepted by shooters as
“the worlds standard’" for
it shoots well in any gun.
Tour dealer sells it.
The Union Metallic
Cartridge - Co.
Bridgeport, - - Conn.
Promoted by Shampoos
of Cuticura Soap
And Dressing of Cuticura the
Great Skin Cure
Purest, Sweetest, Most Ettecttve Remedies
for SUd, Scalp and Htlr.
Tired, Nervous, Aching,
Trembling, Sleepless, Blood-
Regulates, Restores Many
Prominent Women Endorse
This treatment at once stops filling
hair, removes crusts, scales and dan-
druff, destroys hair parasites, soothes
Irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates
the hair follicles, loosens the scalp skin,
supplies the roots with energy and
Nourishment, and makes the hair grow
•pon h sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp
when all else falls.
Millions of women now rely on Cuti-
*enra Soap assisted by Cuticura Oint-
ment, the great skin cure, for preserving,
purifying and beautifying the skin, for
cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and
dandruff, and the stopping of telling
hair, for softening, whitening and
soothing red, rough and sore hands, for
baby rashes, ltchlngs and chafing*, for
annoying irritations, or too free or
offensive perspiration, for nlceratlve
weaknesses, and many sanative, anti-
septic purposes which readily suggest
themselves, ss well ss for all the pur-
poses oi the toilet and norsery.
Cuticura remedies are the standard
fiktn cares sad humour remedies of the
world. Bathe the afifected parts with hot
water and Cntlcum Soap, to cleanse the
■nrtece of crusts and scales and soften
the thickened cuticle. Dry, without
hard rubbing, and apply Cuticura Oint-
ment freely, to Allay Itching, Irritation
and Inflammation, and soothe and heal,
and, lastly. In the severer forms, take
Cuticura Resolvent, to cool and cleanse
the blood. A single eet la often suffi-
cient to core the most torturing, dis-
figuring skin, scalp and blood humours,
from pimples to scrofula, from latency
to age, when all else tells.
Many a young man gets to the front
by securing a job as motorman on a
MORE FLEXIBLE AND LASTING,
won’t shako out or blow out; by using
Defiance Starch you obtain better re-
sults than possible with any other
brand and one-third more for saom
An honest man is the noblest work
of God—if he lias been put to the test.
ALL UP-TO-DATE HOUSEKEEPERS
Use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makesc^GiM
and sweet as when new. All grocers.
A man’s true friends keepquietiwhen
Borne one Is enumerating his virtues.
INSIST ON GETTING IT.
Some grocers say they don’t keep De-
fiance Starch because they have a stock
in hand of 13 oz. brands, which they
know cannot be sold to a customer who
has once used the 16 oz. pkg- Defiance
Starch for same monev.
The man who has too little confi-
dence in himself generally has too
much in others.
Thin Will Interest Mother*
Mother Gray’s Sweet Powders for Child,
ren, used by Mother Gray, a nun* in
Children’s Home, New York, Cure Fever-
Ishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders,
move and regulate the bowels and destroy
Worms. Sold by all Druggists, 25c. Sample
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, LeRoy. «• Ji-
lt is the man who snores loudest
who always manages to get to Bleep
first in a sleeping car.
WHEN YOUR GROCER SAYS
he does not have Defiance Starch, you
may he sure ho is afraid to keep it
until his stock of 12 oz. packages ar<
sold. Defiance Starch is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 16 oz. to the package and
6ells for same money as 13 oz. brands.
Lay figures form a very important
item in the stock equipment of a poul-
The Thomas Sanitarium is located in
tho most -healthful and quiet part o>
the city of Wichita and issurroundeu
by extensive grounds with fine shade.
It combines the comforts of a private
home, with the advantages of a modern
hospital. Both medical and surgical
eases arc treated but no contagious
diseases are admitted.
Cor. 10th St. and St. Francis Ave.,
Few of us manage to keep pace with
our good intentions.
Thirteen years ago 1 was afflicted
with Sciatic* Rheumatism. The physi-
cians had given me up and could do
nothing for me. I was confined to my
bed suffering untold agonies. One of
my neighbor* recommended my trying
Crippen’s Compound for Rheumatism,
which I did, amt* two bottles cured nie
and I have never bad Rheumatism since.
THOS. F. PHILLIPS,
P. O. Box 102. Kingfisher, O. T.
As your Druggist’s or mailed on re-
ceipt of Onu Dollar.
THE CllIPPEN MEDICINE CO.,
• Wichita, Kansan
The expert accountant generally
In Kansas City there has been estab-
lished, for the last 26 years, an institution
making a life study of diseases of the rec-
tum, such as piles, fistula, fissure and kin-
dred diseases, which are treated on a posi-
tive guarantee—which means that the
patient pays no money until cared. This
institution has treated prominent men and
women from every State in the Union, to
say nothing of the standing of those In
Kansas City, whose names appear signed
to testimonial letters in their free 200-psge
book for men and their 100-page book for
women. These books contain much valu-
able Information concerning rectal dis-
eases. If afflicted, read carefully the ad-
vertisement appearing In this paper. or
write Dr*. Thornton & Minor. lotftKkSt.,
Kansas City, Mo., at once and get these
books, which are sent free and postpaid.
Now that the great men of to-day
have convinced ub that we should
each own a baby, or at least a home-
stead right In one, the discussion of
an Ideal minion waxeth warm. Ac-
cording to the latest estimate your
year old son should weigh exactly
20 1-2 pounds. If he Is off this weight
he is unhealthy. Heretofore a fond
mother has kissed the tootsy-wootsies
of a "lump of butter" baby In un-
adulterated maternal Joy and sat-
isfaction, little dreaming that his
avoirdupois, caused by sugar and
fat substances, was outward evi-
dence of Inward ills. It Is evi-
dent that the chubby offspring of
the future Is apt to have a harder
time of It than his predecessors.
Styles in babies, as well as In other
feminine accoutrements, must chauge
with the cycles of time.
5 5 8
Our wife came home yesterday with
one of those miniature yarn over-
coats that ordinarily reach the house
about three days before the doctor
gets there. Our first thought was she
Intended "trying it on the dog," but
later developments, more or less
clouded in secrecy, point to some-
thing doing soon out in Iowa where
storks are exceedingly plentiful. It
does beat all how thiek this game Is
in the Hawkeye state. One can go
out with a gun and bag a flock of
storks on the sand dunes that skirt
the Cedar river, most any day. At
least, this is common report. Not
being much of a hunter when we
lived there we cannot vouch for the
truth of the assertion, but we firmly
believe It ourself. They are as thick
as humming birds. Wonder if that
yarn thing our wife bought will fit
what the stork brings, anyhow?
You will recall the dog Tlge, that
"et his tag.” In New York a fat baby
ate mother’s street car transfer,
mother had to pay a second fare, and
now she brings suit against the com-
pany for damages. Thus we see still
another convincing argument against
If your baby is too fat, boll it.
Occasionally a man does some
thinking when his head feels the need
of more exercise. Now and then, on
these occasions, he gets up against a
snag. Ruminating, we wondered what
In creation Is the matter with the
churches of to-day. They seem to be
losing their grip on the people, and
we pondered why? Chewing the cud
of Introspection, we recalled the
words of a wandering socialist, a once
prominent pastor who left his flock
to travel as a peasant over the coun-
try, working here and there wherever
he could get employment and study-
ing the labor question as he went.
This man, after a year of this experi-
ence, found that he stood a better
chance of being fed by a saloonkeeper
than a Christian, when hungry. Ha
found that one out of twenty who pro-
fessed religion practiced It. He dis-
covered that the rich people of the
church met the poor people on a level
only inside tho church doors. He
found men who professed no religion
at all had a religion of their own
that directed them to be honest, to be
sympathetic, to be angels of mercy In
times of need. He found as much re-
ligion out of the church as within, and
shocked beyond compare, he set about
preaching outside of the church the
religion that makes a man think and
act nobly, that softens his heart to the
needy and knows no caste. Religion
of Itself is nothing If not practical. A
Sunday religion is not religion. “Do-
ing unto others ns you would be done
by” Is the best religion. When church
people learn to regard the churches
as a business office In which to lay
campaigns along thJs line, then will
the church grow and prosper. The
mere wearing of n black coat, to be
put on and off at will, does not make
a man n gentleman.
A New Haven, Conn., teamster ten-
derly transported n lad he had acci-
dentally run down, to a distant under-
taking establishment, only to discover
that the limb he had driven over and
broken was but a wooden leg. It ts
well the boy did not fall under an
automobile Instead. The chauffeur
•oold nev#r have withstood the shock.
A MERICA is the land of net-
Z\ vous women.
The great majority of ner-
vous women are so because they
are suiierin^h.rom some form of female
Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 520 Louisiana
street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes;
“Peruna has certainly been a blessing
in disguise to me, for when I first began
taking it for troubles peculiar to the sex
and a generally worn out system, I had
aFor the pest five years I have
rarely been without pain, but Pe-
runa has changed all this, and in
a very short time. 1 think 1 had
only taken two bottles before l
began to recuperate very quickly,
and seven bottles made me well.
I do not have headache or back-
ache any more, and have some in-
terest In life, i give all credit
where It Is due, and that Is to Pe-
By far the greatest number of female
troubles are caused directly by catarrh.
They are catarrh of the organ which is
affected These women despair of re-
covery. . Female trouble is so common, so
prevalent, that they accept it as almost inr
evitable. The greatest obstacle in the way
of recovery is that they do not understand
that it is catarrh which is thesourceof their
illness. In female complaint, ninety-nina
cases out of one hundred are nothing but
catarrh. Peruna cures catarrh wherever
Chronic invalids who have languished for
years on sick beds with some form of female
disease begin to improve at once after be-
ginning Dr. Hartman’s treatment.
Among the many prominent women who
recommend Peruna are;—Belva Lockwood,
of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Col. Hamilton,
of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. F. E. Warred, wife
of U. S. Senator Warren, of Wyoming.
If you do not derive prompt and satisfac-
tory results from the nse of Peruna, write
at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state-
ment of your case, and he will ba pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbns, Ohio.
Yours fora Clear Head*
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besides being as safe, relable and handy. Your
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'Insist on having the best,
It Is 16 ounces for to cents;
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It needs no cooking.
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