The Eagle. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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A WOMAN'S MISERY.
La Rue, of
b 1 e d for
what I suf
tised about every known remedy that
Is said to be good for kidney com-
plaint. but without deriving perma
riant relief. Often when alone in the
house the backache has been so bad
that it brought tears to ray eyes. The
pain at times was so intense that I
was compelled to give up my house-
hold duties and lie down. There were
headaches, dizziness and blood rush-
ing to my head to cause bleeding at
the nose. The first box of Doan's
Kidney Pills benefited me so much
that I continued the treatment. The
stinging pain in the small of my back,
the rushes of blood to the head, and
other symptoms disappeared."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. GO cents per box. Foster-
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The man who gambles picks his own
Those Who Have Tried It
will use no other. Defiance Cold Water
Starch has no equal lu Quantity or Qual-
ity—16 oz. for 10 cents. Other brands con-
tain only 12 oz.
The unwritten law of society con-
siders every man guilty until he is
Arid l.amts Blade Frnttfnl.
Those parched, dry, arid plains of
Mont., Colo., Ariz., Idaho and other dry
lands respond quickly and give a big
yield when planted to Salzer's Speltz,
Hanna Barley. Macaroni Wheat, 60-
Day Earliest Oats, Billion Dollar Grass
and Bromus Inermis. Above seem to
flourish and laugh at droughts and
JUST SEND 10c IN STAMPS
and this notice to John A. Salzer Seed
Co., La Crosse, Wis., for their big cat-
alog and farm seed samples. (W. N. U.)
MARKETS CORRECTED DAILY.
x A T i v KHTO9B8 *
H() M'hoiee to Im.ivy
WiltfAT— ^o. i lurl
No. ' ltt-d
OOliN—No i White
OAT*— No. ! White ...
Clilctffo l.lve sro«-k.
GOOD TO PRIMK STifiiili-H t 4 9)
HTOCKRItS & KritfiDKUH.... 2
HOOS 4 75
WHBAT—No Red i 95
No. 3 Hard H8
CAUGHT BY THE GRIP.
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
Ht. l.onU 1.1 v
COWS «v HttlFKRS
TfclX AH HTIiKUS
. $ .1 5)
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4 * r>
NKW YOUK. .
G AI, VICSTOM
Mi l llini
A Good Soldier.
Bayard, the flower of the French (
knighthood, the soldier without fear
or reproach, never forgot his mother's
parting words. She said to him: "My
boy, serve God first; pray to Him
night and morning; be kind and char-
itable to all; avoid envy, hatred and
lying as vices unworthy of a Chris-
tian, and never neglect to comfort
widows and orphans."
To; lu 7
4 i K
Wichita l.lvu Stock.
ROGR f 4 (*)
(JATTI.K-KTOCKERS 2 M
cows 2 2J
Popular With the Ladies.
There were few plainer men of his
feneration than the great Lord
Brougham, and as few who took so
little trouble to ingratiate themselves
Into the favor of women. Yet he
might have picked and chosen among
the fairest of society beauties. To a
question where Lord Brougham was.
the answer was once given, "Where
the ladies are the thickest. By fol-
lowing this significant guide he was
generally run to earth.
Scared the Boys.
A witty Englishman who sought to
save a tract of woodland and shrub-
bery from the destructive attentions
of the boys of the neighborhood put
up a large board bearing the warn-
ing: "Any one trespassing in this
plantation will be spiflicated accord-
ing to the law." The result was very
satisfactory, as the fear of spiflica-
tion, whatever it meant to them, de-
terred intruders from passing through
the woods and the trees were unmo-
A California Doctor With 40 Years'
"In my 40 years' experience as a
teacher and practitioner along hygie-
nic lines," says a Los Angeles physi-
cian, "I have never found a food to
compare with Grape-Nuts for the bene-
fit of the general health of all classes
of people. I have recommended
Grape-Nuts for a number of years to
patients with the greatest success and
every year's experience makes me
more enthusiastic regarding its use.
"I make it a rule to always recom-
mend Grape-Nuts and Postum Food
Coffee in place of coffee when giving
my patients instructions as to diet, for
1 know both Grape-Nuts and Postum
can be digested by anyone.
"As for myself, when engaged in
much mental work my diet twice a
day consists of Grape-Nuts and rich
cream. I find it Just the thing to build
up gray matter and keep the brain
in good working order.
"In addition to its wonderful effects
as a brain and nerve food Grape-Nuts
always keeps the digestive organs in
perfect, healthy tone. I carry it with
me when I travel, otherwise I am
almost certain to have trouble with
my stomach." Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Strong Indorsements like the above
from physicians all over the country
have stamped Grape-Nuts the most
scientific food In the world.
There's a reason.
Ix>ok In each pkz. for the famous
little book, "The Road to Wellvlll*."
LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF.
Brazil is buying si great deal of Kan-
The story that Mrs. Maybrick has
been paroled is now doubted.
Kansas City retailers rejoice over the
starting of delivery wagons again by
John I). Rockefeller has tendered his
resignation as director of the United
States Steel corporation.
King Edward VII opened parliament
on Feb. 2, for what is considered as a
most important session.
More than 300,000 acres of land have
been opened for settlement by the Col-
orado state school land board.
The national treasury is out of gold
coin. The banks of New York have
larger deposits than is usual.
The schools of Bloomington, III.,
have been close indefinitely on account
of an epidemic of smallpox.
A passenger train which left Denver
for Georgetown was wrecked by a gale,
and five persons were injured.
A carload of marbles to Jsupply the
boys in the spring-, has arrived at a
Kansas City local house from Germany.
Fire broke out in the wholesale dis-
trict of lCnoxville, Tenn., causing the
death of two firemen and the loss of
Serious results from boxing matches
in Detroit has caused the mayor to
notify the police commissioner to pre-
vent such contests in the future.
R. L. Pittman, a wealthy farmer ol
Georgia, is another who holds negroes
in slavery and abuses them. He is un-
der indictment in the federal court.
It is probable that the Sells show
will be taken in by the Floto dog and
pony show, and that the Floto company
will start a circus next season,
Lake Village. Arkansas, is almost
totally destroyed by fire, which burned
22 business houses, dwellings, post-
oRice, Masonic temple and many other
Thousands of letters containing
money are arriving in Los Angeles in
response to an advertisement in a
Chicago paper, addressed to the Golden
Gate Land company. There is no such
company and officials are tracking the
The East St. Louis & Suburban elec-
trie railway has placed telephones upon
every fifteenth post so that the men
operating the cars can connect with
headquarters from any point along the
Trolley lines and telephone and tele-
graph service have been seriously in-
terfered with by a blizzard that swept
Since Jan. 1 Columbus, Ohio, has had
723 cases of typhoid fever and there
have been 23 deaths; On January 30
there were 80 new cases reported.
The gift of 8.10.000 by John Hays
Hammond, of New York, the mining
engineer, for a metallurgical labora-
tory at Yale, has been increased by
Mr. llamn opd to 8100,000.
Justice Brown, of the D. S. supreme
court, has resumed his seat on the su-
preme bench after an absence of sev-
eral months on account of danger of
losing his sight.
An epidemic of poisoning is raging
in a large territory of Hungary, as the
result of drinking brandy made in
The world of
Grip as epidemic
Horatio J Goss
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LA GRIPPE is epidemic catarrh. It
spares no class or nationality. The
cultured and the ignorant, the aristocrat
and the pauper, the masses and the classes
are alike subject to la grippe. None are
exempt—all are liable. ^
Have you the grip? Or, rather, has
the grip got vou? Grip is well named.
The original French term, la grippe, has
been shortened by the busy American to
read "grip." Without intending to do so
anew word has been coined that, exactly
describes the case. As if some hideous
giant with awful Grip had clutched us
In its fatal clasp. Men, women, children,
whole towns and cities are caught in the
baneful grip of a terrtble monster.
The following letters speak for them-
selves as to the efficacy of Pernna in cases
of la grippe or its afler effects.
After Effects of La Grippe Eradicated
Mrs. Fred Weinberger, Westerlo,
Albany County, N. V., writes:
"Several years ago I had an attack of
la grippe which left, my nerves in a
prostrated condition. Then 1 had an-
other attack of la grippe which left me
worse. I had t ried three good physicians
but all in vain. 1 gave Peruna a triaL
In a short time 1 was filling better ana
now 1 miii as well as anyone ' —Mrs. Fred
Hon. James R. Cftutll off Omaha.
Hon. Jamea It. Guill is one <\f t.heoldes%
and most esteemed men (if Omaha, Neb.
lie has done much to make it want it is,
^erring < n public lxwuds a number of
times. Jle endorses Peruna in the fallow*
"I am t hyears old am hale and hearty,
and Per una has heliM-d me attain itt.
Two years ago I hail la gripp«- my lifd
vms despaired cf. Peruna Mived me.M—-
J. It. liuill.
A Relative off Abrntiam l incoln.
Mr. fshis S. Lincoln, who resides al
OUi 1 Street, N \V W ashinfilon, D. C.,
has the honor of being third cousin to
Abraham Lincoln, lie writer:
1 had la grippe Ave times before using
your medicine. Four yearn ago I b«-gan
the use of Peruna, suicc which time] have
not been troubled w it h t hat disease. 1 can
now do as much work at my de°k >ih 1 ever
could ill my life. 1 have gamed more than
ten pounds in weight ' —S. S. Lincoln.
Pe-ru-na Not Only Cured La Orippe but
Benefited the Whole System.
Miss Alice M. Dmwler, lata N. lbyani
Ave , Minneapolis, Minn , writes;
"1 .ast spring I Buffered from la grippe
and was partially cured but the luul after
elTects remained through fho summer
and somehow 1 did not get. strong as I
was before. One of my college friends who
was visiting mo asked mo to try Tenuis
and J did so and found it. all and mora
than I bad expected. It not only cured
nte of the catarrh but restored ine to per-
fect health, built up the entire svstem and
brought, a happy feeling of buoyancy
which I had not known for yeara"—-Alice
An Actress' Testimony.
Miss .lean Oowgill, Ciriswohl Opera
House, Troy, N. ''i is the leading lady
with the Aubrey Stock Co. Hint write#
"During the past winter of 1U01, I suf-
fered for several weeks from a severe
attack of grippe, whieh left a aerfoue
catarrhal condition of the throat and
"Some one suggested Peruna. Ah a last
I resort, after wasting much time and
| money on physician*, I tried the remedy
faithfully, and in a few week* wombs welt
as ever."—Jean Cowgiil.
A Southern Judge Cured.
Judge Horatio J. (Joss, TTariwell, Ga.,
"Some five or six years ago I had a very
severe spell of grippe, which left, ine with
systemic catarrh. A friend advised mete
try your Peruna which I did, and waa
immediately benefited aud cured. The
third bottle completed the euro."—H. J.
If you do not-derive prompt, and satis-
factory results from the'use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr Hurt man, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
I. ■ pleased to give you his valuable advice
\ddrens Dr. TTartman, President of
The J fart man Sanitarium, Columbus, O*
There are some people who would
cheat at solitaire
ALI. rP-TO-DATK HOrUKKEKPEni
Use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothes
clean and uweet as when new. All grocers.
.Silence is an excellent remedy fcr
Insist on Getting It.
Borne grocers say they don't keep De-
fiance Starch because they have n stock in
hand of 12 oz. brands, which they know
cannot be sold to a customer who has once
used the 16 oz. pkg Defiance Starch for
Soldiers and safe robbers are obliged
to do a lot of drilling.
Feet Comfortable Ever Since.
"I suffered for years with my feet.. A friend
recommended ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. I
used two boxes of the. poller, and my feet
have, been entirely comfortable ever since.
ALLEN'S FOOT EASE is certainly a god-
send to me. Wm L. Swormstedt,Washing-
ton, D. C." Sold by all Druggists, 25c.
It is well to let sleeping dogs lie—
also sleeping babies.
Hany who formerly smoinri MTigar* m r ke
STRAIGHT S® CIGAR
Tour Jobber or direct from. Fi-rrory, Peoria, I2L
(tct rp in coi.LAPemi.*
A substitute for and pe >r to mu'-tnnl or any
other plaster, a;id vsili moi blister the most
deliente skih. The rain-allaying and curative
qualities of this article ate wonderful. It will
stop the toothache nt onre, and udieve head-
ache and sciatica. Werecommend't the
•ud safest externa! counter irvitant known, a!' o
as an external remedy for i ains in the chest
and stomach and all rheumatic, neuralgic and
fouty complaints. A trial will prove what we
claim for it. and it will be found to be invnlu-
nble in the household. Many people say "it is
the best of all your preparation^." Piice 1 •"*
cenK at all druggists or other dealers, or by
sending this amount to us in postage stamps we
will send you a tube byniril. No Rrticle should
be accepted by the public unless the same
carries our label, as otherwise it is notgenu'ne.
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ada, for a descriptive Atlas, and other infotmatioiv
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Hutchinson, J. E. The Eagle. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1904, newspaper, February 11, 1904; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc94664/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.