Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, September 13, 1900, Image 7

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-Wants to Add Letter to List Hoping to In
line ce Ocher Sufferers Bad Case of
Rupture and Oilier Troubles for
Years Cured in three w ek Did
Not Take One- Cent of Pay
Until Cured
McPherson Kans June 8 1899
Dr Ernest Henderson Kansas City Mo
Dear Doctor i want to add my testimonial
letter to vour aiready large list hoping to in
fluence some sufferer to go to you
I had a bad cae of rupture for vears and
suffered great agony I went to Dr Henderson
and was cured In three weeks I cannot say too
much for him I know he can do just what ho
says he can do The doctor does not ask one
cent of pav until the patient Is well This Is
the best guarantee he can possibly give to any
person afflicted as I was 1 will answer anyone
who wishes to know more about my case
Very truly vours R OLSON
SEND FOR MY TREATISE ON THE
CURE OF RUPTURE SENT TO YOU
FREE
Deal ras to Add Testimonial Case a Bad One
Permanent Cure in Short Tune
Would Not b Back in Mime Con
dition for SlOOO
Dr Ernest Henderson
thank you and wou d recommenc your Rupture
cure toancre Tse ths if you wn J am
truly tnankfuly yours
FRED HARPER 201 Indiana Ave
I GUARANTEE A CURE OR RECEIVE
UO PAY FOR MY WORK YOU PAY
WHEN CURED -
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OUR NEW LITTLE GiANT Ii H P GASOLINE ENGINE
Worth Its Weight in Gold to Every Stockman and Farmer
How many of you have lost the price of this Engine in one day on account of insuf
ficient wind to operate your wind mills leaving your stock without water Get one now
to do your pumping when there is no wind or to do it regularly Weather does not affect
Its work hot or cold wet or dry wind or calm it is all the same to this machine Will also
shell corn grind feed saw wood churn hutter and is handy for a hundred other jobs in
the house or on the farm Costs nothing to keep when not working and only 1 to 2 cents
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FAIRBAHKS HORSE CO OMAHA HEB
You Pay Nothing Until Cured
Facts Stated by
My Former
Patients
If You Are Afflicted With
Rupture Dont Fail
to Feid them
My Guarantee is Valuable Be
cause You do Not Pay Me
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One Cent Until You Are
Well
I present to the readers of this paper
a few testimonial letters and names of
former patients Avhom I have cured of
rupture believing that the afflicted
would rather correspond with some one
who has been cured than read what I
might say about myself They can more
fully investigate and convince them
selves as to the merits of my treatment
I could use this entire space singing my
own praises but believe the statement
of those 1 have cured will be more satis
factory to the alllicted I will ask you
to write to any or all of them If you
are satisfied with what they say about
my reliability and methods of treatment
write to me or call and see me Remem
ber that in all cases I guarantee a cure
End do not accept one cent of money un
til you are well Consultation by mail
or in person is entirely free I will be
pleased to correspond with you regard
ing your case
DR ERNEST HENDERSON
Suffered for Tears Pronounced Incurable
by Doctors Glad He Took Treatment
After Three We ks was Sound and
V 11 Treatment is All Tliat is
Claimed fur It Hopes Letter
Will be Means of Inducing
Others to Take Treat
in eat
Dr Ernest Henderson Kansas City Mo
Dear Doctor I wish testate that I can most
heartily recommend your rupture treatment
Since early youth I had been seriously troubled
with a right scrotal rupture that was pro
nounced bydoctors to be incurable except pos
biply by a dangerous surgical operation Hear
ing of our treatment I determined to try the
same and am glad I did so for after taking
your treatment but three weeks I am now Bound
and well Your treatment is all that you claim
for it
If this letter will do you any good I would be
glad to bare you publish the same and I hope
it may be the means of inducing others to take
your treatment and be cured
Yours respectfully
WM LYNN Hansom Ks
CONSULTATION BY MAIL OR IN PER
SON frltEE WK1TE TO 3JE ABOUT
YOCtt CASE
Finds Tie tinent Successful Examined Oth
er Jutir nts a d Found Cure Perinuneut
Had been in the Businr6s Thinks
This Most Rational Treat
ment of the Day
December 20 1809
To whom it may concern
This will certify that I have taken Dr Ernest
Hendersons treatment for rupture and that 1
find It entirely successful I nave examined a
number of patients that he has treated and I
find that a permanent cure has been made In
everv case examined I have watched this
treatment for some time as 1 have been in this
line of business myself having beeu an expert
truss fitter for a number of years I believe
this Is the most rational treatment of the day
and that he will be successful In everv case I
would most ncartily recommend anyone with a
rupture to consult Dr Henderson
Verv respectfully yours
JACOli WE1T2EL Independence Mo
SEND FOR MY TREATISE ON THE
CURE OF RUPTURE WENT TO YOU
FREE
Lutheran Minister Cnred After
Years Tried Many Trusses but They All
bailed Upon Advice of Rev F Pfeif
fer of eUalin Mo Tried Dr Hen
derson the Rupture Specialist
of Kansas City
The Care was complete Has Dispensed
witli Trusses Win Answer Letters
From Those A filleted Who Wlah
Further Particulars
Kansas City Mo
This Is to certify that I haye suffered for six
years with a very bad rupture and during ill
of the time I have worn different kind of truss
es day and night with the hope or effecting a
cure but they ail failed they only held the
rupture in place
Utfon the advice of Rev F Pfelfferof Sedalia
Mo I consulted Dr Ernest Henderson the
Rupture Specialist 103 W 9th St Kansas City
Mo who cured me In a few weeks without sub
jecting me to a dangerous and painful opera
tion The cure was complete and since then I
have dispensed with my trusses wltnout Incon
venience
To me uveresi of all who are -afflicted with
ttiis trouble I do write this ana heartily recom
mend Dr Henaerons treatment Anjone de
siring more information will please apply to
tee personadj or by letter I am
Respectfuny
JOHN SAUER
Nov 14 1695 1317 Oak St Kansas City
2 In writing please enclose a stamp for
reply
I GUARANTEE A CURE OR RECEIVE
NO PAY FOR MY WORK YOUPAY
WHEN CURED
No Troube After First Treatment Which
was Painless Did Not Interfere With
Work and Cured In Les Than One
Month Rrconiniendji Treatment
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Dt Ernes Henderson 03 W 9th St Cly
My Dear Doctor- I write you unsolicited to
sBy irt yen havemaaea permanent cure ofmy
I lture wLIcb wa as you know a 8rEe Direct
WITH THE FUNNY MAN
Puck Did It ever occur to you thai
I might be in love with you Oh yes
Why havent you ever seen me laugh
ing to myself
Puck Teacher Why wasnt George
Washington punished when he acknowl
edged cutting the cherry tree Pupil
disdainfully Why people dat turn
staes evidence is never soaked
Judge The new minister had a de
cidedly slow delivery Mamma ex
claimed Beth after the service I wish
theyd sent us a higher geared speak
er
Philadelphia Press Bess They say
Maud Goodby kissed a man at the
Jones lawn party the other night Jack
Thats true Bess How do you know
Jack I had it from her own lips
Chicago Post Did she have a good
time while she was away this summer
No she was worrying for fear her
husband was having a good time at
home
Detroit Journal The reported large
umber of old maids In Massachusetts
ould seem to suggest that the suckers
vhile being born at the rate of one
per minute largely move west at an
mrly age
Cleveland Plain Dealer Mamma is
lurse a Boxer Why no dear What
nakes you ask such a question Oh
cause she boxed papas ears when he
rled to kiss her
Somerville Journal She Did you
tnow that this is the longest day in
vhe year He Not much The longest
lay in the year was that day a month
igo when you wouldnt speak to me
Chicago Tribune With your permis
sion Miss de Muir I shall do myself
the pleasure to call occasionally
Why certainly Mr Harkalong Papa
will be glad to see you But In
fact I think he is in the other room
now
Indianapolis Journal Im writing to
Sam about his hay fever What of
it Why when he was here I thought
he made too much fuss about it now I
have got it myself I want to tell him
that he didnt make half fuss enough
Chicago Post Why is it asked the
debutante that young widows seem
to be so popular and are usually so
quickly married again Thats easy
answered the widow You see we have
had experience with man we know
how inordinately lazy he is and so we
do our share of the love making
Willie she exclaimed severely
why did you go to the jam jar while
I was out But Willie had taken his
lesson from Mahomet and the mountain
Because the jam jar wouldnt come
to me he answered promptly
Jngulnal Hernia I think this is the name you
gave it filling the scrotum I am glad to say
that Inever had any trouble retaining It after
the first treatment arid that I am now a well
man Thanks to God and yourself
Tour treatment was painless and did not stop
me from my work A cure was made In less than
a month
I certainly will do what I can for you and my
suffering fellows and most heartily recommend
all ruptured to take your treatment You may
use this letter if you desire I beg to remain
your friend WM WBLTMAN
K C Stock Yards or 410 Landis Court
CONSULTATION BY MAIL OR IN PER
SON FREE WRITE lO MK ABOUT
YOUR CASE
Suffered With Bad Case for Over Five Tears
Could Not Stand it Any Longer After
Reading Advertisement Concluded
to Take Treatra nt Paid for
With Pleasure Will Gladly
Writ Anyone About Ca e
Kansas City Mo June 3 1900
Dr Ernest Henderson City
My Dear Doctor It is with pleasure I inform
vou that I am entirely cured ota bad case of
rupture for which you treated me first about
two years ago I suffered with a very bad rup
ture for over five vears many times it was so
bad 1 could scarcely retain it with the aid of a
truss As the rupture was constantly getting
worse and the pain so great I could not stand It
any longer 1 was much discouraged After
reading vour advertisement over a d over
again concluded to try your treatment and
to my surprise you cured me In less than fotu
weeks I am glad to say after such a longtime
of suffering f am absolutely sound and well
I paid your fee with pleasure and still feel that
I owe you a debt of gratitude which I hope to
pav by Inducing other sufferers to go to you for
treatment thereby doing a kindness to them
and to you
I will gladly write to anyone about my case
I almost forgot to say that I considered your
oiler of receiving no pay until a cure was ef
fected as the best guarantee you could give
and that is what first gave me confidence in
yourtreatment as soon as I talked to you
Respectfully your friend
J S HAMMICK
19 East Sixth Street
THE FOLLOWING HAVE BEEN CURED
OF RUPTURE AND ARE SELECTED AT
RANDOM FROM MANY I HAVE CURE
IN WRITING THEM PLEASE ENCLOSE
A STAMP FOR ANSWER
Mike Gaynor 2 Ewing St Kansas City Ks
A R Olson McPherson Kas
Robert J Brock couuty uttorney Manhattan
Kas
N M Kent 401 Orchard St Chicago HI
Oscar Dillon 901 Campbell St Kansas City
Jio
H M McDonald Denison Kas
B F Dobbs 19 20 N 17th St Kansas City Kas
A Young 3418 Windsor Ave Kansas City Mo
J SHamraick plumbing 19 E Cth bt Kan
sas City Mo
Thos Ratio Kanas City Mo
W C Peak grocer 21 Central Ave Kansas
City Kas
MS Welch care Goodlander Milling Co Ft
Scott Kas
Dr T F PaTker 1517 Brooklyn Ave Kansa
Ciy Mo
Herman Bagull Kansas City Mo
Wm Lynn Ransom Kas
M G Hartzell 7W Felix St St Joeo
Fred Harper 2011 Indiana Ave Kansas City
Mo
William Weltman 410 Landis Court Kansas
City Mo
Rev F Pfeiffer Sedalia Mo
R J Champion Armour Station Kansas City
Kas
JT Wood merchant Greenwood Jackson
county Mo
Chas T Hummer 424 Edmond St St Joe Mo
Will B Castor li N Surlng Ave St Louis Mo
Fred Phares 617 Cherry St Kansas City Mo
E R Demorest Kansas Citv Mo
R B Giiffith207 Lyceum Bldg Kansas City
Mo
Thomas McMahon 704 N 7th St St Louis
Mo
EW restaurant keeper 109 E 13th
St residence 1012 Locust St Kansas City Mo
Child 3 months old
G F Shaw assistant county surveyor Inde
pendence Mo
Washington Baker Halls Summit Kas
William Hlggins 117 Car Ave Armourdale
Kas
W L Gray Stanberry Mo
W T Wingate Amltv Mo
Earl Maxwell Valley Falls Kas
C Sandy 76 Kansas Ave Kansas City fas
James McMockin i32 Tullis Court Kansas
City Mo
Frank Craig 15th and Topping Ave Kansav
City Mo
DR ERNEST HEHDERS01I
103 West Ninth Street
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Calhoun Ga Letter in Globe-Democrat
Old Ben Duckworth lives near
the little town of Allatoona and i
generally recognized as the toughest
character in the community or at
least was so considered until his re
cent reformation Ben has like other
celebrities in most mountain com
munities earned a title and is called
Maj Duckworth by his familiars He
is a man of about GO small and shriv
eled and will tip the beam at about
90 pounds
He is blear e3ed bald headed ex
cept for a narrow bristle of red hair
around the base of his skull bow
legged and generally out of plumb
but he is as game as the gamest and
when he gets on one of his periodical
sprees he is as full of fight as a game
cock He has long been regarded as
a champion in a knock-down-and-drag-out
fight and many a larger and more
comely man has come to grief at the
hands of Maj Duckworth before he
learned of his fighting powers
He lives about five miles from the
little town in the neighborhood of
Rehobeth Hardshell Baptist Church
and one of his neighbors is Elder
Langworthy a shining light in the
church and community Elder Lang
worthy is the opposite of Maj Duck
worth in every respect Tall solemn
and sedate he is one of the quietest
of menand has ever looked with dis
favor on the pranks of his lit
tle neighbor He is a man much given
to thought and deep introspection
and he is so careful of hst daily walk
and conversation that the slightest
lapse from what he considers the path
of moral rectitude causes him much
grief and mortification He has two
buxom daughters who look after the
work of the household and for some
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L1J11G 111CJ 11UU UCCU ViWLLljJlllllllilJj vi iu
1 weight of the heavy well bucket
which works with a rope windlass
The well is 40 or 50 feet deep and to
draw a full bucket of water from the
bottom of it is no easy task especi
ally when the bucket is big and heavy
The girls had been at the old man
for a long time to remedy the mat-
ter but he was too deeply absorbed in
things spiritual to pay much heed to
matters material
Some time ago during an unusu
ally warm spell of weather Maj
Duckworth paid a visit to the little
town and spent the day loafing
around the places of refreshment
where he could keep his skin full of
I corn liquor It was on a Sunday and
j the Major was unusually hilarious
picking a row with the town marshal
and narrowly escaping a night in the
lock up JJe strutted about the streets
and Happed his wings and crowed like
a rooster and cut up all sorts of
shines but he failed to get such a
pitched battle as he desired and late
in the night when the last groggery
was closed he betook himself home
ward very much disappointed that he
had failed to get mixed up in a scrap
of some sort
He was justf about as full of corn
whisky as his hide could hold but the
night was warm and pleasant and lit
had tKe big road all to himself so he
took his time and stopped to rest oc
casionally when his feet wabbled a
little too much Finally he grew
thirsty and began to cast about for a
drink of water It then occurred to
him that he had grossed the last
stream about a mile behind and it
was still two good long miles to his
cabin in the clearing But by a by
path turned off from the main road
about that point which led to the
residence of Elder Langworthy and
Maj Duckworth recalled with much
longing how cool and sweet was the
water from that deep well
The more he thought of the water
the thirstier he grew and he decided
to try the venture although the east
ern sky was beginning to brighten
with the first blush of dawn and all
honest folks should have long ago
been abed and enjoying a Sunday
morning nap Maj Duckworth re
membered the aversion which Lang
worthy had toward all rowdies him
self especially but he thought that
as it was too early for anjbody to be
astir he might venture on the at
tempt to secure a drink of water
from the well So he staggered up
the path aiid climbed over the fence
and found himself at the well But
then a new difficulty arose The well
was deep and the bucket so heavy
that he felt doubtful of being able to
draw i to the surface once it waa
filled
Another thing the racket made by
the windlass would arouse every soul
about the place and Elder Lang
worthy would hop out of bed and
preach him a sermon before he could
escape As he pondered on these
things his thirst increased to such
an extent that it became a torture
and he grew desperate Seizing a
gourd which hung on the well curb
he climbed onto the curb and began
to descend the well by the use of the
step holjs cut in either wall after the
fashion of country wells He finally
reached the bottom and gulped down
several dippers full of the delicious
beverage clinging to the step holes
with his feet all the while
Now it so happened that Elder
Langworthy was unusually wrought
up that night He lay awake and
tossed arfd tumbled and muttered in
his distress until after all the cocks
in the neighborhood had announced
the coming of daylight Finally he
became thirsty from his feverish con
dition and he arose and went out
to the water shelf in search of a drink
of water The bucket was empty so
the old man took it in his hand and
walked out to the well Maj Duck
worth heard him loose the rope and
looked up and watched the bucket
slowly descending Then a spirit of
mischief entered into his mind and he
chuckled to himself to think how he
would surprise the elder
When the bucket passed him he
crouched close against the wall of
the well and allowed it to sink in the
water Then Elder Langworthy
drawing a deep breath began to pull
nt the windlass As it passed out of
the watei Maj Duckworth stepped
nto it and grasped the rope ahout
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-with many a pur am
gro in the elder tugged the windlass
Ho bent his back to it in heroic fash
Iont very much surprised at ita
weight
Um m he grunted I dont
wonder at the gals fur complainin
uv the weight uv thi3 bucket Hit
as heavy as a syrup barl hafter
lighten it fur emi
Still he tugged at the rope and
slowly the load ascended Maj Duck
worth scarcely able to contain him
self at the thought of how he would
astonish the elder when he reached
the top Around and around the
windlass turned and the sweat stood
out on the elders face He kept
muttering comments on the weight
of the bucket as it swung slowly up
ward until at last he made an extra
effort and raised his hand to take
hold of the bucket Just at that in
stant up poped the bald head and
bleared eyes of Maj Duckworth face
to face with the solemn visage of El
der Langworthy
Lord-a-massy exclaimed the el
der as he caught sight of the unholy
apparition at the same time turning
loose the handle of the windlass and
staggering backward Whiddly
whiddlj whiddly went the windlass
and down went the bucket before Maj
Duckworth had time to escape from
the mouth of the well Kerslosh
went the bucket in the chill water
and under went Maj Duckworth
struggling and strangling as he sank
He arose to the surface and tried to
call for help but his only utterance
was a gurgling sound as of one suf
focating and down he went again
The next time he came to the surface
he succeeded in grasping the rope
and after recovering his breath the
now sobered man slowly made his
way out of the well by the aid of the
step holes But during his time on
trial the seriousness of his condition
had taken a deep hold upon him and
he meutally vowed to reform his way
of life
That morning when he walked into
his cabin wet and bedraggled his
wife marked the change in his de
meanor
Ben a fightin I reckon said she
Nope no fightin Say Smanthy
Ive had a warning and I want my
clean cloes fur Im a gwine ter go to
meetin today
Sakes alive Aire ye sick Ben
Better take some Batemans draps
said the wife astounded at such an
unheard of proposition
No Im -not sick Ive raade up my
min to change an Im a gwine ter
begin by jinin the Hardshells
The wife eyed him askanse as if she
feared he was losing his reason but
after breakfast she tiried him up the
best she was able and started him off
to meeting The old man was rather
shaky in his knees but there was an
air of determination in his eye After
the first hymn had been sung Elder
Langworthy who had sat with bowed
head during the opening services
arose and said
Brethren I have long thought that
I wus not a leadin sich a life as Id
orter JNow Im convinced uv it This
mornin I had a tokin I went out
to draw a bucket uv water an when
I drawed it to the top up sprung a
horrible creeter the like uv which I
never seed afore an
Thatll do neighbor exclaimed
Maj Duckworth springing to his
feet I knoe Im hard featered an
I know Ive ben a weeked creeter but
Im a gwinter lead a better life Hit
wus me in the bucket
The stir caused by these extraor
dinary remarks broke up the meeting
for awhile but finally when all was
explained the congregation gave the
right hand of fellowship to Brother
Duckworth and joined in a vote of
confidence in the integrity of Elder
Langworthy
A PENAIiTl FOK BEING POLITE
They Put Yon Off a Car In Hamburg
for Giving Your Seat to a Lady
It is more difficult to be polite ir
the city of Hamburg than in any other
place in Europe There the most
chivalrous man has to think twice
before giving up his seat in a car to
a lady as he may be turned off the
car for politeness It seems that the
Hamburg trolley cars will seat ac
cording to size twenty or twenty
eight persons ten to fourteen on each
side In addition four persons are al
lowed on the front and five on the
back platform When the car is full
the conductor liangs out a sign
Besetzt which means occupied
and is absolutely forbidden to take on
another passenger until some one gets
off the car
Sometimes while the conductor is
in front collecting fares a lady will
step on the car which is already oc
cupied As there is no conductor on
hand to prevent her the ladj steps
inside and the gentleman who may
oifer her a seat comes out and takes
his stand on the platform When the
conductor after going his rounds re
turns to his post he promptly re
quests the gentleman to step off the
car as he has forfeited his seat and
the car is fully occupied Should
he refusu to leave the car he is pui
off The policeman on the street arc
instructed to v utch the cars snarplj
and if they find a car carries even one
more passenger than its proper com
plement the conductor is fined 7
cents which is paid to a charity fund
of the street railway company Phila
delphia Press
Deathbed Scenes Seldom Terrible
I have seen thousands of persons
die under all sorts of circumstances
and never yet have I seen one display
the slightest fear of death This re
markable statement was made by a
physician who has practiced many
years in Phaladeiphia and who has
seen a great deal of hospital service
It is a popular fallacy he went on
to imagine that a deathbed scene if
ever terrible other than as a parting
between loved ones The rear of the
mknown is never present at the lasti
A law was recently passed in Switz
erland prohibiting the manufacture
Importation or sale of matches con
taining the ordinary form of yellow
phosphorus
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