Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), No. 173, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 22, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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ATAXIA B YEARS
TOLLOWS MALARIA COjJTEACTEDIS
Victim Had Itcome Helplraa Wln II
TrUtl Sir. William.' I'lnk but '
Waa Cured la Four Months.
Eecnnse he did not know that there it
B remedy for ataxia Mr. Ariel endured
four year of weakueiia pain and the
misery of thinking his case incurable.
"At the outbreak of the Spanish-
American war" he Rays "I went with
Company B Eolith Regiment M.V.M.
iuto camp at Chiukauiaugu and while
there my system became thoroughly
pmwmod with malaria. When I was
muHtered out I carried that disease
home with me. After a while locomotor
" How did the ataxia bcgiu ?"
" I first noticed a pain iu my ankles
and kuee joints. This was followed by
a numb feeling iu my legs. At tint i
hud to drag myself around; my legs
would shuke or become perfectly dead.
I had constant trouble iu getting about
in the dark. I kept a light burning iu
my room at night an I could not balance
myself in the durkiiesv Even with the
aid of a light I wobbled and woult'
reach out and catch hold of chairs to
prevent myself from falling?"
" How long were you a sufferer?"
"Four years iu all. During the last
three yeurs I was confined to bed some-
times for a week again for three or four
weeks at a time. When I was lying
down the pnin in my back was fre-
quently so severe that I hud to be helped
tip and put iu a chair to get a little re-
lief. I had considerable pain in my
bowels and no control over my kidneys.
Tho Wirst of all Wus that the dooior
could give me no hope of recovery."
"How were you cured?"
"I read that Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills had cured locomotor ataxia and
oue or two friends Kimke to me about
them. Iu the fall of VMi I began to take
theinAv myself and I had not used
more than oue box before I found that
the pains in my kuoes and ankles were
greatly relieved. Four months after-
ward I became a perfectly well man and
I am today enjoying the best of health."
Mr. Edward II. Ariel lives at No. 48
Powow street Amesbtiry Mm. Every
miff erer from locomotor ataxia should try
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills without delay.
Auy druggist cau supply them.
Yet Not the Same
Yet this Is the same RuRfla 'hat
pave four allied powers. Including
Knfilan 1 and France so severe a tus-
sle In the Crimea fifty years ago.
SOME DRINKLESS DRUNKARDS
Get Alcoholic Stimulation by Using
"I am not Jesting" declared a we'I
known 'physician yesterday "when 1
ay there are many persons n-lcttms
of the alcoholic habit who never allow
a drop of liquor to pass their Hps.
There are people who secure the un-
natural stimulation by absorption
They are mostly women and would
be insulttd if you told them they were
In the clutches of Intemperance.
Everyone knows people who rub tl-fir
facts with cologne toilet . water or
alcohol in some form and declare they
do fo because it refreshes them. They
are not aware that the alcohol enters
through the pores Into the system and
causes the same stimulation as
whisky taken Internally only In a
limited form. With come the habit
grows until the victini cannot do with-
out the refreshment. I know total
abstainers who are as much drunk-
ards as men who drink heavily. One
of tkete was a victim of the rheuma-
tism and began to rub his whole body
with whisky. That was years ago.
and now he declares he must use the
fluff constantly to feel comfortable.
We all know that athletes exhausted
from their efforts take a rub down
with alcohol and feel like new men.
It Is alcoholic stimulation just as if
lliey drank it. Experiments with rab-
bits and guinea pigs have shown me
that by immersing the animals in
tlcohol they could be made as. stupid-
y drunk as by pouring the fluiu down
;h"ir throats." Philadelphia Record
WANTED TO SLEEP
Curious That a Tired Preacher Should
Have Such Desire.
A minister spak" of the curious ef-
fect of Grape Nuts food on him and
bow It his relieved him.
"You will doubt lets understand how
the suffering with indigestion with
which I used to bo troubled made my
work an almost unendurable burden
and why it was that after my Sabbath
duties bad been performed sleep was
a stranger to my pillow till nearly day-Hfe-ht.
"I had to be very careful as to what
I ate. and even with all m." enre I ex-
perienced poignant physlci dictrcts
after meals and my food never satis-
"Six months have elapsed since I
bepan to use jGrape-Kuts food and the
benefits 1 have derived from it are
very definite. I no longer suffer from
Indigestion1 and I began to improve
from the time Grape-Nuts appeared on
our table. I find that by eating a dish
of it after my Sabbath work is dona
(and I always do so now) my nerves
are quieted and rest and refreshing
eleep are ensured me. 1 feel that I
rouli! not possibly do without Orape-
Nuts food now that. I know its value.
It is Invariably on our (aide we feel
that we m ed it to complete !We meal
and our children will eat Crape-
Nuts when they ennnot bo per .taded
to touch anything else." Name given
by Post lira Co. Hal tie Creek .Mich.
There's a reason.
Rend the famous little book "Tha
Iload to Wellvillo" In each pkg.
SENT TO OBSERVE BRIDE.
Explicit Instructions Given to a King's
The following directions were given
by Henry VII. to the ambassadors he
sent to Naples to open negotiations
for the hfmd of Queen Joanna: "To
mark and note well the age and stat-
ure of the said young queen and the
features of her body the favor of her
visage the clearness of her skin the
color of her hair; to note well her
eyes brows teeth and lips; to mark
well the fashion of her nose specially
to note her complexion her arms
hands Angers neck whether she have
any sickness deformity or blemish
and whether there appear any hair
about her Hps or not. Item That
they endeavor them to speak with the
said young queen fasting and that
she may tell unto theaj some matter
at length and to approach as near to
her mouth as they honestly may to
the intent that they may feel the con-
dition of her breathy whether It be
sweet or not and to mark at eyery
time when they speak with her If tuey
fed any savor of spices rosewater or
musk by the breath of her mouth or
not. Item To note the height of her
stature and to inquire whether she
wear any slippers and of what height
her slippers way be to the Intent that
Uey be not deceived In the very height
of fashion of her; and if they may
come to the sight of her slippers then
to note the fashion of her foot."
REMEDY F0 THE PLEURISY.
Region Where Old Wives Pin Their
Faith to "Boiled Hammen."
That well-known New EnRland au-
thor and preacher the late Elijah Kel-
logg once told the following story
anent the origin of certain "old
wives' " notions:
A country doctor in the early days
of the last century was called to at-
tend a man who was suffering from a
severe attack of pleurisy. Wishing to
blister the patient he seized the only
available thing the family hammer
plunged it Into a kettle of boiling wa-
ter and after getting it hot raised
several blisters by touching the pa-
tient over the seat of the pain.
Ever afterward all the old women
in that section knew that there was
nothing equal to "boiled hammers"
for pleurisy and there was a hot dis-
pute as to the best kind of hammer to
use but the old-fashioned claw ham-
mer finally won the day.
The Northern Lights.
All cmtlM lie the fWds of inow
The vallfv minis hang deep below
No earthly dampa attaint the air.
And all la pure arid while and fair.
Ko Pllr hetrava the wandering; breeia.
No whisper from the froxen trees.
They muner atltl and atari end p&la.
A phantom html In allver mall.
And allver etudded over all
la drawn nighi a velvet purple pall
And all If peace; the fitful brlh
Beemi sacrllt-ce In thl land ol ileath.
When far athwart the northern pole
The rainbow tinted utreamers roll
The lenauered wizard of the north
llaa flung hi fiery challenge forth.
And. where acrona the frozen plain
I. lea the (trim harvest of the elaln
ills Icy searchlights coldly sweep
The approaches to his virgin keep.
Bo are the latitudes too high
In realms of coin philosophy.
And barren wastes that cannot give
The bread whereby a man may live.
Beyond the Reach of Soap.
While playing with other children
a lew days ago a llttle"6-year-old girl
was overheard by her mother to call
one of her mates a "d d fool." She
immediately called the child into the
house talked with her seriously on
the sin of profanity and proceeded to
wash out her mouth with strong soap
and water In the most effectual man-
ner. When all was over the little girl
looked up In her mother's face and
said: "Well mamma I s'pose you
think you've done It now bi.t there's
lots of little d s way down my throat
you never bit!"
Lilac an Eastern Tree.
Like the tulip the lilac is believed
to have come westward from Persia
ria Turkey In the sixteenth century.
Its name is Persian. In the English
language the color Is called after the
tree but the tree originally received
its name from its color since It is
clearly traceable to certain Persian
and Sanskrit adjectives meaning
"blue" or "indigo-colored." The "lllaj"
of Persia was the indigo plant. Prob-
ably the first mention of the lilac in
English is In Bacon's essay on gar-
dens. He lavored the spelling "le-
Husband Waa a Hoodoo.
Ai a husband M. Jean Boulanget
of Rouen who died a year or so since
could not be regarded in the light of a
mascot. His eight wives all came to
untimely ends. His first vas drowned
his second was killed in a railway ac
cident his third and fifth were burn
ed to death his fourth mysteriously
disappeared Ills sixth was acelr"jntal-
ly poisoned his seventh succumbed to
smallpox caught while nursing. a sis-
ter who was ill with that disease
while his eighth who survived him
caught a cold attending his funeral
and In less than a month was herself
borne to the grave.
Drip Pans for Autoa.
Owners of automobiles unprovided
with drip pans are being arrested In
Washington on the ground that the
oils dropped on the asphalt pavement
have a deleterious effect. The auto-
mobllists have pointed out that the
street car companies have long been
Notorious offenders in this respect.
English Schools and Prisons.
In mt England had 8121 schools
and 135 prisons. In 898 there were
20.022 schools and only slxty-tlx prisons.
Back aches all the time. Spoils your
appetite wearies the) body worries
the mind. Kidneys cause It all and
Pills relieve and
H. B. McCar-
er of 201 Cherry
Ore. inspector of
freight for the
Co. says: "I used
Pills for back
ache and other
symptoms of kid-
ney trouble which
had annoyed me
for months. I
think a cold was responsible for the
whole trouble. It teemed to settle in
my kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills
rooted It tut. It is several months
since I used them and up to date
there has been no recurrence of the
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents per box. Fos-ter-Milburn
Co. Buffalo N. Y.
HOW SHE MIGHT LOSE WEIGHT
Fct Man Told Plump Girl He Got on
There Is a Duluth man of large pro-
portions who has been cut from the
list of friends compiled by a young
woman who takes grea. pleasure in
declaring most emphatically that the
big man is "real rude." The big man
declares he cannot help it and Insists
that he feels Just as embarrassed as
the woman In question.
The trouble started when the
man met the woman on the street.
"How do yon do Mr. Blank?" she
smiled as she stopped the big man.
"Quite well thank you" he re-
sponded. "Mr. Blank I want to ask a favor
Df you. I now weigh ICS pounds and
I am getting positively fleshy. I was
'old that you had a way of reducing
your weight and bad lost trntv
pounds in a month. How did you do
The man blushed and tried to side-
step the question but the young wo-
man insisted on an answer.
"Well" said the desperate man
mopping his forehead "I'll tell you.
I got on the wagon for a month."
And now they do not speak as they
pass by. Duluth News-Tribune.
Arriving at a Verdict.
Kushequa. Pa. July 10. (Special )
In this section of Pennsylvania there
is a growing belief that for such Kid-
ney Diseases as Rheumatism and
I-anie Back there is only one sure
cure and that. Is Dodd's Kidney Pills.
This belief grows from such cases as
that of Mrs. M. L. Davison of this1
place. She tells the'story herself as
"I have suffered from Rheumatism
for thirty years and find that Dodd's
Kidney Pills have done me more good
than any medicine 1 have ever taken.
1 was also bothered with Lame Back
and i can only say that my back hasn't
bothered me since I took Dodd's Kid-
Considering that Mrs. Davison only
look two boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills
the result would be considered wonder-
ful if It were not that others are re--r.iliis
lnliai icsuli dally Kushe-
qua Ih fast arriving at a verdict that
"Dodd's Kidney Pills are the one sure
cure for Rheumatism."
Giles That chap acros the street
was the lightweight champion in his
Miles You don't say! He certainly
:'.oes not look like a prize fighter now.
Giles Oh he wasn't a prize fighter.
He formerly was a coal dealer. St.
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 ill other Cold Water
6tarcb.es aic 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 he has
a stock on liaud which he wisher to
dispose of before he puts In Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures "16 os." Demand De-
fiance and sav3 much time and money
and the annoyance of 'he iron stick-
ing. Defiance never stWks.
A bachelor never figures on mar
rying a widow but when a widow
figures on marrying a bachelor It's a
sure sign of a wedding.
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Eat.
A powder. It rots the feet. Cures Swol-
len Sore Hot.Callous. Achtng.Sweating
Fectaud Ingrowing Nails. Atall Drug
gists and Shoe stores 25 cents. Accept
do substitute. Sample mailed I'Kbli.
Address A S. Olmsted Leltoy N. Y.
"It is hard to tell whom you can
trust" said one grafter. "Yes" an
swered the other. ' Sometimes I think
there is no such thing as honesty. You
never know who is going to turu
state's evidence next." Washington
!fl i RUMU
To cure or money refunded by your
Checking the Divorce Evil
Archbishop Farley voiced the opin-
ion of the American people wh( n he
praised the attitude of President
Roosevelt toward divorce. There is
no question that the president by his
views as well as by his domestic
life has given a great stimulus to the
movement against divorce. This
movement is growing for It Is plain
to everybody that the facility with
which divorces are granted In most
states is a great evil and one which Is
bound to seriously affect American
home life. This home life has other
enemies such as the desire to congre-
gate in hotels flats or apartment
houses but the main foe is divorce.
San Francisco Chronicle.
Avoid the Cheap and "Big Can" Bak-
The cheap baking powders have but
one recommendation: they certainly
give the purchaser plenty of powder
for his money. These powders are
so carelessly made from interior ma-
terials that they will not make light
wholesome food. Further these cheap
baking powders have a very small per-
centage of leavening gas; therefore It
takes from two to three times as much
of such powder to raise the cake or
biscuit as it docs of Calumet Baking
Powder. Therefore In the long run
the actual cost to the consumer of
such powders is more than Calumet
would be. Cheap baking powders
leave the bread sometimes bleached
and acid sometimes yellow and alka-
line and always unpalatable. Tbey
are never of uniform strength and
Why not buy a perfectly wholesome
baking powder like Calumet that is at
the same time moderate In price and
oue which can be relied upon? Calu-
met is always the same keeps Indef-
initely and gives the cook the least
funday School Teacher Wouldn't
you like to dwell in heaven Johnny?
Johnny No ma'am. We've moved
three times already this year and
I'm getting tired of helpln' pack up.
1 Chicago Nfws.
BABY'S TERRIBLE SORE
Bcdy Raw With Humor Caused Un-
told Agony Doctor Did No Good
Cuticura Cured at Once.
"My child was a very delicate baby.
A terrible sore and humor broke out
on his body looking like raw flesh
and causing the child untold agny.
My physician prescribed various rem-
edies none of which helped at all. I
became discouraged and took the mat-
ter Into my own bands and tried Cuti-
cura " Soap and Cuticura Ointment
with almost immediate success. Be-
fore the second week had passed the
soreness was gone not leaving a trace
of anything. Mrs. Jeannette H. Block
2S1 Rosedale St.. Rochester. N. Y."
"He seems to have gone to the bad
"Yes; I believe be found himself be-
tween the devil and the deep sea
and he realized that he couldn't
swlii." Philadelphia Ledger.
Is displayed by many a poor invalid
crushed under the weight' of chronic
troubles like constipation biliousness
neuralgia headache stomach trouble
etc. But such suffering though brave
Is quite unnecessary for Dr. Cald-
well's (laxatUe) Syrup Pepsin will
surely cure all these diseases drive
away all the unpleasant symptoms
and restore every invalid to health.
Try it. Sold by all druggists at 50c
and 1.00. Money back if it fails.
"Let me see" said the minister
who was filling out the marriage cer-
tificate and had forgotten the date
"this is the fifth Is it not?"
"No sir" said the bride with some
indignation. "This Is only my third!"
it Will Stay There.
"In my family medicine chest no
remedy is permitted to remain unless
It proves beyond doubt the best to be
obtained for Its particular purpose.
"For treating all manner of skin
troubles such as Kczema Tetter
Ringworm etc.. Hunt's Cure has held
its place for many years. I have fail-
ed to find a surer remedy. It cures
R. M. Swann
"Blank says he cashes his brains
for a living."
"I don't doubt it. He has a reputa-
tion for trying to pass plugged
money." Detroit Free Press.
should be In every household none so
(rood besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents
than any other brand of cold water
A woman never seems surprised
when a man makes a fool of himself
tJSB THE FAMOCS
Red Cnvf" Hall Hlue. Larue S-o. pneknpe 5
ecuts. The Kuss Company South Bend lnd.
Senator" he asked "have you really
any fixed convictions?"
"Not Just now" he replied "but I
expect to have one or two shortly
after the beginning of the next ses-
i sion." Chicago Record-Herald.
TnT l 51 f
will 'Mil 11 1 I ' -- i -r . ' i ii
AVtgelable Prcparalionfor As-
ting the Stomachs andBowels of
ul'i i lilt I jj 1'... -ti mi.' tyUliwLajfcij
rromoles Digeslion.Cheef tvh
Opiurrt.Morphine nor Mineral
Hot Hahc otic.
Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa-
Tion Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions Feverish-
rvess and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature of
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if lJUIarfbJ-DRJ.TttORNT0H C HIWOH-war Ox 3t KAN3
Say Plainly to
That you -want LION COFFEE always and he
being a square man will not try to sell you any-
thing else. You may not care for our opinion but
What About the United Judgment ol Millions
of housekeepers who hare used LION COFFEE
for over a quarter of a century?
Is there any stronger proof of merit than the
S o c-o o
Lion-head on every package.
Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE. .
WOOLSOK SPICE CO. Toledo Ohio.
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W.N. U. Oklahoma City No. 281905
When writing advertiser kindly men-
tion this paper.
iUKyll Iu'. !!( iblliiiidlllidlliiasbu! i
merchant so why not try
li r ?.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Dears im t
CMO rOR rr.TE Illiu. TnuTutwiRmiui.
Kansas city Wo. (wiitn ornc tjt )
Confidence ct llae People
and ever Increasing popularity ?
LION COFFEE Is earelully se-
lected at the plantation snipped
direct to onr various factories
where It Is skillfully roasted aind
carefully packed in sealed pack-
ages unlike loose coffee which
Is exposed to germs dust in-
sects etc. LION COFlXErcachcs
you as pure and clean as when
It left the factory. Scld only In
1 lb. packages.
Nothing pleases the eye so much u
a well made dainty
If properly laundered.
To (ret the best results it
is necessary to use th
best laundry starch.
gives that finish to the
clothes that all ladies
desire and should obtain.
It is the delight of th
Once tried they will wst
no other. It is pure and
js guaranteed not to in-
jure the most delieaUs
fabric. It is sold by the
best grocers at 10c a
package. Kach package
contains 10 ounces.
Other starches not nearly so good sell
at the same price per package but they
contain only 12 ounces of starch. Con-
sult your own interests. Ask for
DKF1ANCE STARCH get it aud'w
know you will never use any other.
fir ANTED. For th 0. 8. Arm?. nbl-bo-ltI
V unmarried men between '' of 21 Biwl
16 : eitir.ens of Unit-.l srHien. of pooti chroler
nd temtHTM hftbitn wliocan MK'ak rvad iui
TiU KnjriWh. Kor information apply to H
rrnitinst Officer. Poatortiea uuitdmu. Oklahoma
Citj. Olcla or Tnlsa. )nd. ler.. Koid. bbaw
a or Uuthrm. Ckla.
""- ii3m.mmkmiM1.jmjjmu haw.
it? Price 50c.
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