The Independent (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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luckUnjDR Country' Doctors
I'VE BEEN THINKING
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By O^ie ?
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bearwood £ D—'"ai. a roan pi
T tatt; rfa!.'v water will 1*
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= -i: - &e *fce BuniDz-
QUEEN OF ACTRESSES
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I* ti JULIA M«KLOWC.
"I am glad to *rlte my end r%t-
ment of the great remedy , f'eruna. I
do 10 motl heartily. "--Julia Marlowe.
Any re.-'<rd> 'hat l/i-ri'iflu digestion
rtrtLgtheiii the nerves.
Tb • i ■ i- - I. ;<-'juirt- nutrition
I! ■ he dig< ' • '■ i impaired the nerve
r«-i.*en become anemic, and nervous
debility is The result.
I I'cruna It nut a nervine nor a •
♦ tiimulant. It benefiti the nerves J
! by benefiting digestion. •
I'«r-ur.a frees the (stomach of ca-
tarrhal connections and normal diges-
tion Is the result.
In other words Peruna £r«-s to the
bottom of the whole difficulty, when
the disagreeable symptoms disappear
Mrs J. C. Jamison, Wallace, Cal,
I was troubled with my stomach
for Eix years Was tr'-a'ed by three
docors They Eaid that I had nervous
i:- a I was put on a liquid diet
for three months
I improved under the treatment,
but as soon as I stopped taking the
medicine, I got bad airain.
I saw a testimonial of a man whose
c&f- *a; similar to mine being cured
> y Per it.a. so I 'hought I would give it
I procured a bottle at once and
con,rr:'•need taking it I have taken
bfcvt: i. bottles and am entirely cured "
Thompson's Eye Water
LOOKING FOR COMFORT.
n . jr/ .t
>• - - • n •
nir. ds N H. Dart on. a
i'.-* w , «-;*-nt several
- • ft Kf of the Da-
j - - - p - • • - r • • qjj that the
the ; :t>pci§-d well site was
br Vrter-bearing sand
.rfc a* a ih not greater
fe " ■ would furnish
; f wi -r The well was
4 i-' was found in
ws, a = the Deadwood
a* : . de 'h of 2<*S0 feet
tmomML to 500.-
. - a -a under a pressure
IS RUSSELL SAC.E OF CREFKS
led a~'« Fcrtur* 5 r C3tt'e Banks
a-d Fa-— La^ds.
•I w - ail, for w« couldn' m
wotild throw atay hiw $2'
■ didn't win#. ||f to<jk out hit
ild arid S<|iilr#* I'a'u-rion f. *M
♦- ktak«" and aft " th«* •'Xflti-m^ni
|nittIn up th«' nioiicy th«t worii^n
turned to their c r> in' and tbtUK*
| ittt\ tnu'h a* th« > vkt.; « t^fore
that Ih with Smith him
Now, Smith ho ha I trav l «fl u ,
and down th« MImsi *mIi>i l river in hU
%ouiiK*'r day* a t «*ttiii of r > • lii 114
It' had and It had alvta)* h**ld a nort
* f ( harm for him H<* hud iort *r aid** I
<ff with the church, but he couldn t
forK 't th * •*\Hten 'iit of a It, and
w hill* In* did 11 t indulge dm iti liIm later
life hi' felt the thrill of it nnd would
haiti' mond for Iiouth u hoggin' th«
\ • ; nm to bet on ho hut Htayiti
lln t)ie laMt race wan won And no*
li«* wih lnt«l 'Ht *(l It wan the first
fhjutf that had < I aimed IiIk *nt I ••• uiln I
Mince thi' fnver caiiu* alotiK and •!
Ith Iihu over him lie II h*> a Wttlkln'
about in 1**h than two wiM'kx aa> 4
flock and Slip llucknt*r begln^ to
hearcti himself 'Homewhtirw about
tin' I've K >t twenty more that na> *
t * won t.' he declared, aud lax-k h 1
forti't winced at thin, hul h«i
' n Wea*-e' Fcrecai**
* ne d.
j net vat j- Hut although iuete<>"oloir.
1 lendw it-**lf more readily than ar.
| ither i ' i'-nci* to the evolution of d --.
I aifoim from th ' m* an r^aul* th •
f weather forecantera have not a lo[>t<* 1
. the custom of stating the prohahk*
I error Nl ItkMtir I'xthp> tom I
| to th>- time when wt-a'hei forecast*
will hi* a< < oni|.anli*d by a n'at^ni^nt
| -if th«* odd > that thi* prediction will b«*
fulfilled Then. |M*rha|iH. ahall r *ad
I in the weather column not simply
' 1 aiu tomorrow.' hut three to one,"
>r nine to one for rain tomorrow. '
VarioiiM are the devices for the
defetisi and security of cities, an pali
nad *s, walls, ditches and other such
kinds of fortification, all of which are
the rettulta of the labors of the hand
md maintained at great expense Hut
there Ih one common bulwark which
men of prudence posseits within them*
ii'lven- the protection and guard of
all people. cHpeclally of free staten.
against the attackM of t>rantM What
is this' Distrust Itemostheucs v^i
H (' >
* > mak-* js'jr* And it was
about every da> in the
< hristmas and the cover
and clematis on it. an i
Ml boys in swim:;. r.g under
sky. Oh. it was a great
od for seven da>s 'he prln*
went on. and when New
' ame Mr PufT^r got a six
1. •nth* :'-a«<* of absence and went
with his wife to travW (n foreign
ands and when they returned they
found out that every editor la Amer-
ica had taken a leaf out of Mr. Puf
fer s bo«'k and was going to bring
nut a Christmas-less Christmas num
So Mr Puffer laid low and said
! nothing to his brother editors, but.
j lielng now a very rich man. he In-
vited a large number of writers and
artists up to his minnn i place, and
told them to write when they pleased
and draw wh"'n the) pleased, but to
try to bend thelt energies to the
making up of the only Christmas mag
azlne in America
\nd Mt Puffer male so much nion
e;. that he md Ills wife have heel)
traveling ever Isnre, and they |*nv,
M 'nd Christmas In th# city wheie
St Nichols-" was born, and the> i«ng
up thi Ir stockings nnd gn through 'hf
mo'lone an'l emotion- be.-nuse there *
a food deal In that Chilsttnas spirit
if you don't g>'t tixi mui h of It
iV"l Hi ' I •>•> ' Nil I cm
ci^nsistiag of -• V (tank stock
f ' • and r - •.*. - • --•inenis He
with white business men
March carrie. | 1'")) lif insurance.
uiost fill be - he b-jying mire
The h'^ dine- <■.' h:r. - :f and family in
iand run into th iund* f acr- «. most
of it in cultiva i, succe *
ful cattleman a g-ol farmer, knows
something o' bir.< rt and Is not a
In the dsy= . • triiisl rule he stood
high in the r>. ri'i.i of his |>eor'e
hold.ng the off •- f district Judge
prosecuting at1 -ney ?n1 council
members March I >,) y-irs o!d a.*i J
is well preserv -d
Cup 1 Hit, Uic t crs.
Woodbury. N .1 —Dr c arroll Hog
ers and Miss v • Wntherby of this
city were married th other dsy.
This Is anotl:- (dow to the liach
elors' club. firtT; -ereral )"ars
ago. which now ha< but three mem
hers. The e have vo««d snew to re-
main slfltf! evoking -'is
The club t'anM e]/ht v#ari ag**,
but t on Id get 'i ■ :i mernbers even
with the Inducement that any mem
le i Wk> nM Ml M IH to give \.U9
rom.'ULing ti • I.1, -r ■ i titiw supj^i
il'irry up. Phnrtr. an' git a move
an' 1 wants to make der next town
before der Jail closes fer de night!"
Kangaroo as a Food.
Twenty or 30 years ago the back
country squatters, in order to destroy
kangaroos, used to dig huge pits at
the corners of their paddocks, running
yards jf calico along their wire fences
and then drive the kaugaroos into the
p.ts, clubbing and shooting them In
those days kangaroo skins were of no
value: now that they are almost ex
tinct. there is a great demand for
them The ilesli of a young kangaroo
is by no means to lie despised, and
kangaroo tail soup Is a delicacy uow
hardly to be obtained
A Matter of Time.
li j :s the dn> of the ball game, nnd
Willie the otlicelioy. approached th>
head of tin' linn, and slanitiieied ' If
y-you p p pi please sir
"Come, hurry up' Mod III* enipl v
er If you have nnvtlli.ig t" <v ««
it Don t take hull a dav
"Hut that's Just what I ger-j
to Us. w>u if I could lake," a.ild W II
lie- llar|ier s Weekly
R glit Food Gives Strength and Orale
The natural clement* of wheat and
barley, including Hie phosphate of pot
ash, are found in ti rape Nuts and that
U why persons who ate ruu down ftom
lmprojier food pick up rapidly on
"My system was run down by e ces
lve night work.' writes a N Y man,
' In spite of a liberal supply of ord!
' Arcr using tirape-Nuts I noticed
improvement at once, in strength, and
nerve and brain power.
This food seemed to lift me up and
s'ay with me for better exertion, with
b -j fatigue. My weight Increased I'ti
lbs with vigor and comfort in propor
When traveling I slwav* carry lh«
food with me to Insuie having It."
Name given by Postum Co , Itu111«
Cre. k, Mich Head I lie lt.iad to Well
Till'-, in pkgs
Ever read the *b«vs letter? A new
one appear, from tim* to time. They
•'t genum*. true and full of human
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908, newspaper, June 11, 1908; Cashion, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc98532/m1/2/: accessed September 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.