The Post. (Buffalo, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1907 Page: 4 of 10
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five months in hospital.
Discharged Becaues Doctors Could Net
Lovi P. Brockway, S. Second Ave.,
Anoka., Minn., says:' “After lying for
_r-^ five months in a hos-
pital I was dis-
\ charged as incurable,
A j} and given only six
months to live. My
heart was affected, 1
spells, and some-
times fell uncon-
\W sc5ouS* 1 g0t SO 1
TW^SSf \ couldn,t UBe m y
,\\N arms, my eyesight
was impaired and the kidney secre-
tions were badly disordered. 1 was
completely worn out and discourag 'd
when I began using Doan's Kidney
Pills, but they went right to the cause
of the trouble and did their work well.
1 have been feeling well ever since.”
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milbum Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
MIX THIS YOURSELF
RECIPE FOR SIMPLE HOME-MADE
State or Ohio. City or Toledo, f 88>
The one thousandth anniversary of-
F..M jrciMir“c”Ti« the founding of St. Peter's church.
Chester. England, finds the structure
onThiVoked‘dollars for cJu an.i every in g00(i condition, portions of It hav»-
Sto?oBSSf tUEt cannot be cured by the u*u of \ rebuilt in 1440 and 1673.
»« . . i' a r a RKH ClTKE. _____________ ______ mi--
Only Royal Doctor.
Tho only royal doctor in Europe
Puke Carl Theodore of Bavaria. K«w
German princes have had a more io-
xnantic career than Duke Carl Theo-
dore. He recently completed, with
his wife as his assistant, his five-thou
eandth operation for cataract.
Poor people flock to his hospital,
where they are treated free, the duke
asking payment only from those who
can easily afford it He it was who
successfully treated the kaiser, "hen.
eight years ago, he was temporarily
blinded by a swinging rope when
cruising on the Hobenzollern in the
A jeweler in Third avenue, New
York city, advertises “Wedding rings
purchased here will be stretched to
any size without extra cost.” His en-
terprise is based on a knowledge of
human frailty. “The girl often hap-
pens to balk,” he says, “and the fel-
low gets it in the neck. The ring for
that intended may not fit the finger of
the next intended; so I stretch it for
nothing. I have stretched rings as
many as five times for one man.
Why not use rubber rings?
VWell, I see that slim girls will be
the style this winter,” remarked the
“Yes,” responded his sister, “and it
any of’ my girl friends suddenly get
slender over night I don’t want you to
ask any fool questions. Hear me?
Get Saturated with Caffeine.
Inexpensive Mixture of Harmless Veg-
etable Ingre'dients Said to Over-
come Kidney and Bladder
Here is a simple home-made mix-
ture as given by an eminent authority
on Kidney diseases, who makes the
statement in a New York daily news-
paper, that it will relieve almost any
case of Kidney trouble if taken be-
fore the stage of Bright’s disease He
states that such symptoms as lame
back, pain in the side, frequent desire
to urinate, especially at night; PamM1
and discolored urination, are readily
overcome. Here is the recipe, try .
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-nali
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Take a teaspoonful after each
meal and at bedtime.
A well-known physician is authority
that these ingredients are all harmless
and easily mixed at home by shaking
well in a bottle. This mixture has a
peculiar healing and soothing effect
upon the entire Kidney and Urinary
structure, and often overcomes the
worst forms of Rheumatism in just a
little while. This mixture is said to
remove all blood disorders and cure
the Rheumatism by forcing the Kid-
neys to filter and strain from the blood
and system all uric acid and foul, de-
composed waste matter, which cause
the afflictions. Try it if you aren t
well. Save the prescription.
(-H-1 L- \TAHim ^
Hall's Cata&eh Cuke. FIUyK j. CHEHET.
Sworn to baton me and .ubtcrllnd in my presence,
tuUoibtiay of Hccemocr, A. ^18v^'GLF;.vsoN.
| SEAL i’
iiTTk Catarrh Cure l» taken Internally and acta
dir *ctiy on the blood and mucous surface# of tU
#y#Lem. bend for * C0., Toledo, O.
Take HalfJi'-imUy^iluforconstipation. j
Signs of the Times.
In the household department of a
farm magazine we find the following
“I am willing to exchange a well i
preserved copy df Browning’s poems
for some geraniums.”
“I have a complete edition of Byron, |
containing all Ins poems and letters, ,
which I shall be glad to exchange foi
some watermelon seed.
IN LIFE’S BRIEF SPAN.
Experiences, Joys and Sorrows of tne
When a person has used coffee for a
number of years and gradually de-
clined in health, it is time the coffee
should he left off in order to see
whether or not it has been the
cause of the trouble.
A lady in Huntsville, Ala., says she
used coffee for about 40 years, and for
the past 20 yeais has had severe
stomach trouble. “I have been treat-
ed by many physicians but ail in vain.
Everything failed to give relief. Was
prostrated for some time, and came
near dying. When I recovered suffi-
ciently to partake of food and drink
tried coffee again and it soured on my
“I finally concluded that coffee was
the cause of my trouble and stoppec
using it. I tried tea in its place am
then milk, but neither agreed witn
me; then I commenced using Postum.
had it properly made and it was very
pleasing to the taste.
“I have now used it four mom.is
and my health is so greatly improve,
that I can eat almost anything 1 waffl
and can sleep well, whereas, before,
I suffered for years with insomnia.
“1 have found the cause of my irou
hies and a way to get rid of them.
You can depend upon it, I appreciate
Poatum.” “There’s a Reason.’ Read
“The Road to Wellville,” in pkgs.
The loves and friendships of indi-
viduals partake of the frail character
of human life, and are brief and un-
certain. The experience of a human
life may be shortly summed up: A
little loving and a good deal of sor-
rowing; some bright hopes and many
bitter disappointments; some gor-
geous Thursdays when the skies are
bright and the heavens blue, when
Providence, bending over us in bless-
glads the heart almost to mad-
ness; many dismal Fridays, when the
smoke of torment beclouds the mind
and undying sorrows gnaw upon the
heart; some high ambitions and many
Waterloo defeats, until the heart be-
comes like a charnel house filled with
dead affections, embalmed in holy
but sorrowful memories; and then
the chord is loosed, the golden bowl
is broken, the individual life—a cloud,
a vapor, passes away. Matthew Hale
SKIN SORE EIGHT YEARS.
Spent $300 on Doctors and Remedies
but Got No Relief—Cuticura
Cures in a Week.
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i For Infants and Children.
“Upon the limbs and between the
toes my skin was rough and sore, and
alko sore under the arms, and I had to
stay at home several times because of
this affection. Up to a week or so ago
[ had tried many other remedies and
several doctors, and spent about three
hundred dollars, without any success,
but this is to-day the seventh day that
I have been using the Cuticura Reme-
dies (costing a dollar and a half), which
have cured me completely, so that I
can again attend to my business. 1
went to work again to-night. I had
been suffering for eight years and have
now been cured by the Cuticura Reme-
dies within a week. Fritz Kirschlaff,
24 Columbus Ave., New York^N. Y.,
March 29 and April 6, 1906.”
John Brown Juror.
Williams Abrams Martin, the soli-
tary survivor of the 12 men who coo
vieted John Brown, is still living in
Virginia. He has celebrated hi»
The Kind You Have
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
AYege table Preparation for As
simHaling the Food antlRegula
ling ike Stomachs andDowcIsof
r H .»li
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opiuni-Morphinc nor Mineral.
Recipe of Old ^SRTELPTTCm
C'rnfied Sugar •
Anerfecl Remedy forCmsRpa-;
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea.
Worms jConvulsions .Feverish
ness andLoss OF SHEER
Facsimile Signature cf
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Fx.^ct Copy of Wrapper.
; ,Z. -rV' 'r-'rVSBSS&P* —- - •
Win relieve swvmv— —7-
sHrfness quicker and easier
than any other preparation
sold for that purpose.
It Denelrates fo tne bone. ^
quickens the blood, drives
away fatigue and gives srrcnQm
end elaslicily lo Ihe muscles.
Thousands use Sloan's Uni men!
for rheumatism, neuralgia, toothache
sorains, contracted muscles,.stit*
iiints.culs, bruises, burns, cramp
or colic ar.d insect stings. V,
PRICE 25t,50C. 5.SI-00 f
Or. Earl S. Sloon.Boston.Flos5.U.SA^
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Forster, William. The Post. (Buffalo, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1907, newspaper, December 6, 1907; Buffalo, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942399/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.