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PROOF IS WHAT YOU WANT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
PROOF IS WHAT YOU WANT . BEAD WHAT THB WELL-KNOWN CONDUCTOR , 7 MR 7 AUGUST GRAF , HAS TO SAY . I had rheumatism so badly for seven months that I could not walk . -I received treatment from various medical institutes and physicians of this city , without receiving any benefit whatever . I finally consulted Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co ., and after one month s treatment with them was entirely cured . It has been over a year since I was cured and the disease has never returned . The cure was permanent . I most cheerfully recommend Dr .. Hathaway &amp; Co . to all who are afflicted and need treatment . AUGUST GRAF , 622 S . Basin street , New Orleans .
THOUGHT HE HAD CONSUMPTION . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
THOUGHT HE HAD CONSUMPTION . His Friends Also Thought He Was in the Clutches of That Dread Disease . A STORY OF AWFUL SUFFER !* G FOR MONTHS . BEING CURED ,. HE GLADLY GIVES HIS GRATEFUL TESTIMONY AND URGES OTHERS TO PROFIT RY HIS EXPERIENCE . Hondo City , TexMoMarch 2 , 1896 . —Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co . —Gentlemen : I to-day take pleasure in stating to you that after taking your treatment for about two months that I now feel well and hearty . To show my condition when I sought your treatment will say that I had been suffering for over a year and a half with a choking feeling—hard to get my breath at times , my lungs feeling sore and clogged up , my throat swollen up and breath very short . I had treatment off and on all the time from my local doctors without any apparent relief . My appetite failed nie and I could not rest at nights . When I laid down a tickling feeling in my . ; throat would come on and produce a long spell of coughing , producting almost complete exhaustio...
VALUABLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
VALUABLE IS SUCH A COMMUNICATION—READ AND BE CONVINCED . Mr . William Stanage , one of Sioux City s staunch and reliable residents , writes the following short and to the point testimonial : My wife was in very poor health for a long time from disease of the liver and other troubles ; She tried different kinds of medicine and doctors ; they did her very little good , so I concluded to try Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co . The day I took her to them she could hardly stand on her feet . She lost nineteen pounds in weight in six weeks . She has gained fifteen pounds in two months under Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co . s treatment . She is perfectly cured and enjoying . good health . It is with the greatest pleasure I write this recommendation . William Stanage , Sioux City , la . V
HE WAS QUITE RIGHT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
HE WAS QUITE RIGHT . AN ADVANCED MAN S VIEWS— -THE PROPER THING TO DO NOWADAYS—A DISCUSSION THAT IS OF INTEREST TO NEWSPAPER READERS . I would rather go , to- a man who knows all about ; one distinctive line of business and who practices that entirely , than to one who affects to know everything and whose experience in any direction is necessarily limited , said a prominent , citizen recently in d scuss ng the claims of physicians . The gentleman who made the foregoing remark , a scholar and a scientist himself , by the way , gave utterance to an opinion how generally held by advanced men . There can be no doubt that the specialist has every advantage over the general practitioner . A great many people understand this , and when they are troubled by a definite disease Invariably seek the aid of a spec i alist . Indeed , it is the only thing to do , as in every instance , almost , where a patient takes a chronic disease to a doctor accustomed to treating only acute cases , he finds t...
Beware of Swindlers [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Beware of Swindlers No one connected with us ever travels to solicit practice , and all persons representing themselves as formerly or at present in any way connected with Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co . and traveling . about , soliciting medical practice , are simply swindlers ,- and should be promptly arrested for fraud upon the public . We . have at all times quite enough business to fully occupy our full attention at home , and specialists only -travel to visit important cases when sent for . We . also wish to call attention to the advertisements of medicines and medical treatments , in which they say they will treat you free , or send you medicine or a recipe which cured them free of charge ; you will find that the majority of such are bare-faced frauds , and you will be out your money , besides being swindled in other ways . The best is the cheapest , and you can always rely upon us to the fullest extent ln exposing these swindlers .
A ^ GRATEFUL WOMAN'S TESTI -MONIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
A ^ GRATEFUL WOMANS TESTIMONIAL . ONE MORE SUCCESS SCORED BY DE . HATHAWAY &amp; CO . /) VER COMPETITORS . Mrs . Catharine Parker , of Elm &lt; Grove , Mo ., the estimable wife of a Holt county farmer , praises the meritorious treatment of Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co . She says : Those who read this cannot know how I suffered from female trouble . I tried doctor after doctor , only to leave them and turn to another . None did me any good , except in some instances to furnish the temporary relief . I was- nervous , easily excited , and greatly debilitated . I had the most excruciating pains across my abdomen . My physical sufferings worried me so much that I grew-thinner and thinner , until my friends hardly knew me . After doctoring for years I gave it up in despair , when I was attracted by the reputation of Dr . Hathaway &amp; Co . J resolved to place my case in their hands , and I thank heaven I did , for to-day I am as well as I ever was in my life . T...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
S ^ SO O . • m . ¦ . -SL * Q 2 S ? ? l VI Dr . Hathaway s testimonials differ from those so commonly seen because they come from people who aer alive and cured . Dr . Hathaway knows no better way of showing their reliability than to offer a forfeit of $ 500 as a guarantee of their genuineness and sincerity , and that they are voluntarily given , not bought statements . As is well known this public offer is as good as a private contract . If you suffer from disease I he lesson is plain . m ^^^ gBm Cut this sheet out . It only contains our advertisement on both pages . ^ t ^_ W \ W 9 _ M I P l ^ Mail to DR . HATHAWAY &amp; CO ., 70 Dearborn Street , Chicago . ^^
RISEN , INDEED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
RISEN , INDEED . ( Concluded from page 466 . ) the breakfast this morning your mother is ill . Ethel needed no second bidding , and hastily dressingherself , she went to the kitchen , where a good fire was burning She knew how to work and set at it with right good will . But when she came to the dining room , there was the untidy table left standing since the night before Ethel could have cried from sheer vexation , to think she had left it . Her father was in a hurry , and- —well , it did seem as if everything did combine to fret and worry her . : At lastshe set the breakfast before her father . The coffee was excellent , but the steak , left too long over the hot fire while She was clearing away the remnants of last night s meal , -was burned , and the bread that she had forgotten to . care for was dry and unpalatable . Mr . Morrison kissed her , however , and said : Dont mind , Ethel , I will have the doctor call again this mprnihg ; I called him last night when ! came home , and...
GOD'S MESSENGER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
GODS MESSENGER . ; 111 The south wind caught the sunbeams Mbng orange blooms at play , And far o er mountains bore them To where the snowdrifts lay . . ; . In soft , warm arms it bore them To ; far off northern land Where brooks were bound in fetters Wrought by the ice king s hand , Till by an ; ancient maple The south ; winds set them free And the sunbeams smiled Where . the snow was piled And danced in the leafless tree . The snowdrift moved and melted . The brook its Shackles cast . And through the ancient : maple The sap ran free and fast ; The cold earth stirred and murmured , A violet brave looked up , And the sunbeams came from the branches And hid in its purple cup . The church bells rang the message That cheered the hearts of men When first the grave was conquered And Jesus lived again ; The air was rich with odors Of lily and of rose , And organs made sweet thunder While men forgave their foes . But no heart sang so truly The joyous Easter song , As one who , quite deserte...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Take a Q ) mbination Case of the rii ^^ bm ^ im LARKIN SOAPS ^ jal ^ a ^ Qiautatiqua ^ 1 B 5 MBPBI •;¦ Reclining ISasv Chair • ¦&lt;» . Desk « pHiB | l • OASEOOOT ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL . - . ^ ¦ ^^^ p ^^ H -B A 100 Bars Sweet Home Soap . 10 Bars-White Woolen Soap . H ^ B ^ HRIlil MW 9 Packages Boraxtae . 18 Cakes finest Toilet Soaps . t * HIIl ? lflolHi ! 3 Wg ^ Perfumes , Cold Cream , Tooth-Powder , Shaving Soap . ilir H ^ ff | ii | 11 111 j SJIIlv ^^ a j . The Soaps at retail -would cost $ 10 . 00 fflf ^ fsljlfi if i 1 H i fSSmiim K . AND T 2 ^^ S ^^^ 8 TBIAL - 1 F SATISFIED , YOU REMIT $ 10 . 00 ; ^ Bgl ^^ gK * 1 F DISAPPOINTED , HOLD GOODS SUBJECT TO OUR ORDER . TT Tfl The Larkin SoaP M &amp; Ca &gt; Buffalo , R Y , Our offer explained more fully in The Western Kural Nov . 14 tb , aiM ; ana 2 oth . NOTE . —It is a pleasure to be able to btaie that the InrMn Soap Company is nerfecilv reliable WB OM \ cm *** inte ligently regarding the firm , as for two year...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
By £ DGAPub . vM , £ ^ ff We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the Gipsy Traveler , theChronic traveler , the Casual Traveler , the Student Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , the Vagabond Traveler . How we came to know each other is no matter . . We meet at times at my own apartments in a quaint old inn , beside a cavernous fireplace , into which countless now sightless eyes have for centuries peered , and in a pleasant way we re-live our pilgriniings , or recount those romances of others which have touched our hearts and tarried there . In this old room , -with its brown rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormer windows , like the portholes of an old frigate , we seem to become almost one in this kindly companionship . We are so much one that when my guests have departed I sit here by the old fireplace , where friendly voices arid presences linger , and set down as best I may the pleasant...
The E ' enin ? Brii g > A' Hame [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
The E enin ? Brii g &gt; A Hame ( Continued from last week . ) The unique character , who I afterward learned had performed more than a thousand Gretna , or civil-contract marriages—simply consisting of an agreement by man and woman to become husband and wife , in the presence of witnesses , with subsequent-official registration of the same—sat in sacerdotal state beside the deal table , one arm resting upon a pile of ancient leather-covered record books ; his whole manner one of ; impatient reckoning as to how much siller there might be ahinf ! any possible transaction between us . But , like all members of the legal profession , I was not to be hurried . Another person , one who singularly and pathetically impressed me , stood or rather teetered * about the middle of the roomi This , was the old man s wife ; deaf for more than forty years ; her voice . faded into a touching falsetto gurgle ; and her , face and thin old form suggesting some ghostly , ; white field flower tr...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
ONLY 75 CENTS For the balance of this year . SEE OUR Grand Premium Seed Offer . —Four-year-old William invited his little friends to come and see a new present . As they enter the room he says : Now , I dont want you to look at this with your hands . DIPVPI CC CDCC Every Boy and Girl can have a Bicycle . DIUlULLO rllCC Write today for particulars . Address . OXFORD MD 8 E . CO ., 840 Wabash Ave . * Chleaco . &amp; * jTf | ! ¦ ¦ *¦ Cut this out and send today tor free catalogue . K K H H | 2 . 75 buys natural finish Baby Carriage with 1 . 11 * L * U plated steel wheels , axle , springs , one piece bent handle . 3 years guarantee . Carriages sent on 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL . BtfT FROM FACTORT &amp; SAVE DEALERS * PROFITS . OXFORD HDSE . CO .. 840 Wabash Ave ., CHICAGO . p ^ r Howard CHiainlessBicydla . AT _\\ S ^ , ¦ tei Tho firat man ln an y town who boys one will be fSIW ^ ljIplailawed an agents discount and offered an agen * W ___ J ____ W cy , whereby he gets commission...