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14 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY. MARCH 16 , 1800.-BIXTEEN PAGES.
SYPHTT TS TM TWFMTV TO
J I IT JLiJL JLIfe,3 IJL i JL V JCfJLTi JL 1 1J
A SURE CURE OR NO PAY. Our Cure is PERMANENT , Not a Patching U
I : AI > TUB FOL
nnd write us for the names and ad
dresses of the patients wo have cured
wiio have given us permission to refer
to them * .
CHICAGO , 111. , Oct. 8,18S9.
The Cook Remedy Co. , Omnna , Nob. :
Gentlemen : I might very properly
question mv ability to clearly compre
hend the simplest proposition did 1 rc-
tist the convictions nnd practical dem
onstrations of the use of your remedy ;
nnd can discover no reasons other than
purely skeptical ones for longer doubt
ing llio permanency of my miraculous
cure. I have this assurance intuitively
supported nnd confirmed absolutely
by every ono of my live bcnsca.could the
rankest pessimist challenge or insult
his reasoning faculties by demanding
moroV Prior to my happy experiment ,
the nxorciso of any ono of'my functions ,
physical or mental , seemed to remind
mo of my abnormal and pitiful condi
tion. Now , do I cat , drink , smoke or
Bleep , or think , it is with a blissful
bouse of pleasure , satisfaction and com
fort , to which I was for BO many suffer
ing , miserable years a stranger that a
thousand times each day I am lost in
blissful contemplation of the new lifo
nnd hope ; of the inca'culablo and price
less treasure I have purchased for a
paltry $ Two months since , could I
have known the possibilities , and had
you demanded in payment ton years of
my now lifo for the magic pellets , I
would havo'gladly yielded consent. To
my thinking , the intrinsic value of the
Euccillc can not bo computed the tran
sition from a living death ; from n
mental condition which Dunto's visions
of hell could not aggravate is not a
thing upon which a price may bo sot.
You may feel richer ton thousand times
in the gratitude and happiness of your
patrons than in their dollars.
Yours sincerely , J. II.
OMAHA. Neb. , Nov. 14,1889.
The Cook Remedy Co. , Omaha. Neb. :
Gentlemen : In reply to your request
for a statement of my experience in
treating with the Cook Remedy Co. I
desire to state that I contracted syphilis
about six years ago. At the time of
going to you the symptoms present wore
ulcers in the mouth and running sores
on the body , although I had been con
stantly treating with the best physi
cians for more than two years , during
which time it was utterly impossible for
me to use tobacco in any form. I also
had a soreness and stilTness in the limbs
nnd joints , which was almost unbearable.
I then applied to tlio Cook Remedy Co. ,
and at tlio end.of only fifteen days'treat
ment I was as sound as a dollar. It has
now been moro than three years since
you treated me , and I have never felt
THOUGHTS IN LIGHTER VEIN.
Waifa From the World of Wit and
WOULD BUY A GENEALOGY.
IVIrB. D. Alnncj'ViagH Intends tn Keep
up willi ttio Times ticms From
Arizona Mr. Knjonca Then
The Provnlllne Phases.
Detroit Free Press : "Great place to
study human nature , this ? " ho < queried
of the car conductor us ho swung him-
&olf upon the platform and almost
crushed a boy's toes under his big foot.
. "Yes. "
"Must see lots of it , " ho continued as
ho pulled the smoke from an ill-smell
ing cigar Into the open door.
"It's a regular school to you , " ho said
ns ho persistently stood in the way of a
lady trying to alight.
"Soo alt phases , 1 suppose ? " as ho
crowded two men along.to got his own
bulk against the railing.
"What phases predominate ? "
"The hog nnd the idiot ! " briskly re
plied the conductor as he rung the boll
for Potorboro street.
"Come HlKlit t Mint Have 'Km. *
Plunder : Doctor ( doing the agreeable - '
able } Glad you are returning with us ,
Mrs. Moneybags. What pleased you
most on your tour through Europe ?
Mrs. Dishwater Moneybags Them
old ruined castle. They have such a
rustycustlo air about 'om. I told Money
bags that wo must have ono put up on
our grounds on the Hudson.
Doctor Yes , they uro very interest
ing , but what usually makes them most
attractive are the genealogical and his
torical associations connected with
Mrs. D. M. That's so , but I told
Moneybags wo must have them too , no
iiuittor what they cost , for the benefit of
the young onus. Young Mr. Sharply
Bays ho knows a man named Clnrko , on
I'ark How , in Now York , who has a lot
of second-hand genealogies that ho will
Boll cheap , an' there's a young follow
named Ploraon , who writes poetry and
uich , who's just boss at gittin' up a his
tory an' won't ' elmrgo much for it , 'cause
pools como cheap. O , wo ain't goln' to
lot a few dollars stand in the way of our
young ones havin' all that anybody ulso
_ _ _ _ _ _
Coins from tlio "Kloker. "
Detroit Free Press : "Notlco Parties
addressing the Kicker , will please add :
'United States of America , Western
Hemisphere , ' to the usual direction.
Wanamnker's postmaster in this town
is never certain what country Arizona
is located in , nnd this will greatly fucil-
itato his labors of distribution. The
only qualification ho has got for the of-
llco is his ignorance of ortnogrophy and
chlrogrnphy , and his theory us to why
jackass rabbits were created bob-
"Not Guilty As predicted in our last
issuo. Colonel McClugg was not hold for
the shooting of Dan Tompkins. As wo
were nn eye witness to .tho whole nITatr ,
wo foil it our duty to go before the cor
oner's jury with our testimony. Our
blink-oyed contemporary down the
street Bays wo 'did this hoping to iu-
crcuso the circulation of the Kicker ,
pud Uo U partly correct. Wo
the return of any symptom whatever. I
know that I am cured pormanonly , and
you are at liberty to refer any parties to
inc. Yours truly ,
September 24 , 1880.
Cook Remedy Co. , Omaha , Nob.
Sirs : In answer to your request for a ,
testimonial of my personal experience
in taking your remedy , njn only tooglnd
of an opportunity to loll you of the great
bcnnllt 1 derived from it. When I went
to you , had on the different pi.rts of my
body nine running ulcers , two of which
were on my left log and had boon run
ning sores" for over six months. Had
been to Hot Springs , Ark. , for two
months , also doctored with llvo differ
ent doctors in the thrco years that I was
allllcled with that torriulo disease. At
lait 1 made up my mind it was incura
ble , and when I was told of your remedy
and its effect , I concluded to try it as
my last chance. But to fully describe
my happiness when in only eight day's
treatment mv bores were dr.ylng up and
the scabs falling olT , is Bomothintr I can
not describe with a pen , and when after
Ul days every ono was gone. I was the
happiest rauii in Omaha. Before I wont
to you I experienced great trouble nt
dilforont times from the olTccts of the
great amount of mercury that I had
taken previous to going to you. When
ever I got wot- cither my arms or legs
would have sharp pains and my arms
would Imvo to bo rubbed and hot llan-
ncls applied before the joints- would
bend. Also , always had a sore feeling
in my joints , nnd my Ings were always
tired ; but since I have taken your rem
edy have not felt a mercury pain and
iny joints are as limber as they ever
were , and I sincerely believe the last
vestige of mercury is completely erad
icated from my system.
A. S.Lcad City , Dak.
[ The last named party writes us on the
Ctli inst. : "I am 127 pounds heavier than
when I went to you , and 100 pounds bet
tor man , thanks to your remedy.
A. S."J _
March sr , 1S69.
Cook Ilcincdy Co.
DenrSlra : Your most welcome letter was re
ceived yesterday and 1 was ) pit-used to hear you
were Interested enongh In rae to write. Aly
health could not be batter than It Is at the pres-
.sent time , nnd hits been for the past llvo months.
The sere Is all healed and lias teen for a long
time. 1 have uo reason now to think that I nm
not usvoll ns I ever was In my lifo. 1 suppose
you tiling I hnvo forgotten you all nuu not
thankful for what you have done for me. but
such Is not the case , for I otton speak ot you
nnd often thlnic how well 1 would like to go to
Omaha once moro nnd see you all , I know I
have uo u ay ot getting there so t hero Is no use
of me thinking of seeing any of yon again. Hut
1 will never forget what all you done for molt
1 did llltreat yon while I wus there. You would
hardly know me as I have chanced so much
since J left Omalia : 1 was pale aud poorwhllo
there. I now weigh 110 pounds wltti my coat
on. I have linen at work for u tndy for the last
four months but am athomu iiow.
Yours truly. Miss N - .
never lot slip an opportunity to
increase our subscription list , and
are happy to announce that thrco
members of the coroner's jury sub
scribed and paid for a year in advance ,
while the undertaker who furnished the
box has given us a six-inch ad to run c.
o. d. t. f.
"Tho colonel was taking a drink at
the bar of the Gray Wolf saloon when
Tomnkins hit him 'on the chin with an
onion. It was a brutal and uncalled-for
thing , and Tompkins pulled his gun to
back it up. The colonel jumped behind
a barrel , pulled his truii and both fired
together. While ho only lost a look of
hair , Tompkins got it plumb center and
foil dead. This should bo a solemn
warning to all his class not. to monkey
with a gentleman when putting away
an afternoon sustainor. "
Didn't Snore in Ono Kor.
Washington Post : "You will have
to give mo another room , I guess , " said
a congressman to the hotel clerk.
"What's the Aren't
matter ? you
comfortable where you are ? "
' Well , not exactly. That Gorman
musician in the next room and I don't
got along well. 'Last night ho tooted
away on his clarionet EO that I thought
I never would got to sleep. After I had
caught a few winks I was awakened by
a pounding at my door. 'What's the
matter ? ' I asked. 'Of you plcaso , ' said
the Gormi.n , 'dot you vould schnoro of
dor same key. You vns go from B Hat
to G und it schpoilsdor moosic.1"
A. N"W Crop.
Light : Three-fingered Mike Ah ,
there , Hoddy , boon away , 'haint ' yor ?
Jim the Penman Yep , been to Kan
sas."Kansas Were yor farmin' ? "
"Naw. not much raised a few chocks
though , "
CJUIHCI for Itojjrot.
Glasgow Weekly Mail : Mr. Solder-
pad I toll you , Mrs. SolderpadI'm
mighty glad I ain't a woman.
Mrs. tiplderpad I'd bo still moro
thankful if you woio only a man. ( To
got the full moaning of this bear down
.very Hard on the last word.
llo AVns Nn Vucrnnt.
Police Justice What is the charge
against the prisoner ?
Policeman Vagrancy. llo has no
vis'.blo means of support ,
Prisoner The dickens , I ain't ! I've
got ono susnondor fastened with two
shingle nails ! What moro support could
you want ?
Ills NniiioVnn Dnnnlc.
Chicago Tribune : "Miss Laura , "
said the young man softly , "you have
never called mo by my llrst name. It
would bo so much moro moro friendly
if you would sometimes call mo Wi.l-
"You have a middle name , have you
not ? " inquired'tho beautiful girl.
"Yes , but I never use it , " ho replied.
"I always write my name William D.
"Ah , yes , " Bho murmured , "the D , I
dare say , stands for Dennis. "
Mr. Shackclford did not stay long
Doc * laternturo I'uy ?
Chicago Tribune : "I don't know
how it may bo with Howolls , or
James , or any of these follows that
write sketches nnd call them nov
els , but my oxuorlenco is that u man
who understands his profession thor
oughly can mnko , literature pay as well
us anything else. "
And the gifted author of "noody-
Nosed Jake ; or , The Howling Terror
of Murderers' Gulch , " bowed the re
porter out , eat down at his desk again ,
We eliminate all syphilitic poison from the system , so that there can never bo a return of the
disease in any form. As ono of our patients puts it , after a few days treatment with us , "that
skeleton will be banished from your closet forever. "
If they will follow our directions closely , parties can bo treated at home just as well as here ,
for the. same price and under the same guaranty but with these who prefer to come here , wo
will contract to cure syphilis or refund all money and pay entire expense of coming , railroad fare ,
hotel bills , etc.
WE HAVE NEVER FAILED
to cure the most obstinate cases in less than bno short month. Ten days in recent cases does the
work. It is the old chronic , deep-seated cases that we solicit. We have cured hundreds who
have been abandoned by physicians and pronounced incurable , and wo challenge the world to
bring us a case that we will not cure in less than a month.
Since the history of medicine a true specific for Syphilis has been sought for taut never found
was discovered , and we are justified In saying it Is the only remedy In the world that will posi
tively cure , because the latest * medical works , published by the best known authorities , say there
never was a true specific before. Our reputation as business men , the company's financial
standing , together with the character , reputation and skill of our physicians will bear the most
rigid investigation , alid the result will justify anyone afflicted with Syphilis in placing themselves
in our hands. All classes'of people may consult or correspond with us with the utmost safety as
regards exposeure in any way. All correspondence sent sealed in unprintsdenvelopss.
We Guarantee to Cure
WHETHER CONTRACTED OR HEREDITARY.
Why waste your time and money with patent medicines that never had virtue , or doctor
with physicians that cannot cure you ? You that have tried everything else should come to us
and get permanent relief. You never can get is elsewhere. Mark what we sav , in the end you
must take Our Remedy or never recover , and you who have been afflicted but a short time
should by all means come to us now. Those who have besn afflicted a long time do not gener
ally believe what we say , but we make written contracts to dojust what we say , and our finan
cial standing exceeds $3OOOOO enough to satisfy the most skeptical.
REFERENCES : R. G. Dun & Co. , or Bradstreet Co. , the Omaha Bee , the Merchants' Union
CreditCo. , or any of the officers of the Western Newspaper Union at Denver , Colo. ; Dallas , Texas ;
Detroit , Mich. ; St. Louis , MQ. ; Des Moines , Iowa ; Omaha , Neb , , and New York , N. Y.
Address THE COOEKEMEDY : CO. ,
13th and Dodge Streets , ' - - - Omaha , Nebraska.
and tied another tangle in the plot of
the story Uo was grinding out.
Cnujiht Ills Pn.
Now York Sun : If a six-year-old boy
who rode up Fifth uvonuo "in a stage
yesterday does not turn out Jo bo a
genius it will not bo the fault of his
father. The latter looked like a prosperous -
porous bankcrand was reading his Sun.
The boy. who knelt beside him , was
neatly dressed , and kept up A running
lire of questions from Fifty-llrst street
to Madison square. But the father was
so interested in the newspaper that ho
did not listen to these questions , and
answered thorn merely to keep his son
from borincr other peoplo. The stage
was well tilled when they entered , and
as the youngster climbed upon the seat
ho said :
' Say , papa , what makes that lady's
cheeks so reaV. "
' Yes , my t > on. "
"Does she use paint ? "
"I guess so. " *
"Just hko that of sister's that made
mo sick when I ate it'r"
"la that gentleman a sneak thief ? "
"Shouldn't wonder. "
"Woro you over a burglar ? "
On i ho Train.
Time : Mrs. Sam Rooral. ( accom
panied by the six little Roorals ) Hero ,
Sammy , take Kitty's hand. Minty , you
and Jticoy sot in this seat and Frunk'lll
sot with mo. Yes , yes"you shall sot by
the winder , dear. Sally , stop putting
your head out of that winder ; koe p in
your scats , all of you. Como away from
that water tank , Lyman , you don't need
no drink. Hero's some peanuts for you
all ; stop grabbing seer you shan't have
any. Sot still , Sally ; gi't down off that
nice velvet cushion with your muddy
foot , or I'll
A I'olito llobntc.
Scottish Nights : About sixty years
ago card playing for money wan "consid
ered quite a becoming pustimo among
ladies of the highest rank. Not a few
ladies of title indulged in whist for
high stakes , nnd some of them cnrnou
the unenviable reputation of being
clover "sharpers. " A polite baronet
happened ono evening to bo ono of a
party where a lady of notorious cheat
ing propensity was. Ho was asked to
join her table at whist , but ho declined ,
saying with grave politeness :
"I appreciate the honor , but I would
rather not play with ono of such win
ning ways as her ladyship. "
"Ills Mm IJo Klir.l Towor. "
Now York Herald : Ono of three giant
brothers who have exhibited their
seven toot two of human architecture in
dime museums for the past three or four
years was passing opposite the Herald
olllco yesterday at the time when
several newsboys were marching away
with their Telegram. Ono of them es
pied him. paused , dropped his papers
on the sidewalk , and after gazing at
him a few moments , cried :
"Hi. Jimmy , get on to his nibs Do
Eiffel Tower. "
Then walking up to the giant , ho
"Say , mister , ain't you afraid of
kotolung do "grlppo" up there ? "
Youth's Companion : Wo know of n
little girl who tries very hard to bo po-
llto and sponlc correctly. At church ono
day she mot a little friend who had been
sick for sonio timo. In asking about her
atllictlon , Fannlo said : "Did you enjoy
much pain when you were ill ? "
A. Una Darealn.
Chicago Tribune : Chicago flvo-yoar-
old boy ( only child ) Mnramai I wish
you'd get mo a little sister. I'm so
Same bov ( at a subsequent period , sit
ting upriglit in his bed at 11:30 : p. in. ,
and shaking his ( ist at his sweet little
sister in next room ) If I'd known what
a howler you was gain' to bo , you can
just belcher your lifo I pcver would
have ordered you.
A Female .Strategist.
Texas Sittings : Jones That Brown
girl is u smart ono.
Smith What is she up to now ?
"You know whenever she goes out
she has her pug with her ? "
"Yes , I understand. "
"Well , she bus trained that dog to
trot along about ton feet behind her. "
"Well , what of that ? "
"What of that ? Don't you see she
can look back at the man under the pre
tense of looking after the dog ? "
llnd Kant Wnll.
San Francisco Argonaut : At an Ital
ian cafe a group of gentlemen were dis
cussing politics ; a young student en
tered and joined in the conversation.
His arguments 'did not please the oth
ers , and ono of them said to him : "Bo
quiet. At your ago I was an ass my
"You are wonderfully well preserved ,
sir , " was the reply.
Al'tor Wliioli llo l'rolilly Resumed.
Chicago Tribune : "Miss Kajonos , "
began tlio youth in a faltering voice ,
UJ _ 1)
Ho had risen to his feat , but ho looked
nervously about the cozy front parlor ,
suddenly paused , nnd sat down again.
With a casual and apparently uncon
scious motion of her superb hand and
arm the young woman drew down the
"What were you about to say , Mr.
Ilanklnson ? " she inquired.
If you feel "out of sorts , " cross and
poovisli take Dr. J. McLean's Sarsaparilla -
saparilla ; cheerfulness will return and
lifo will acquire now zost.
s.ri/r IJ/VKH / oi rv.
Tlio Iloom Gtb'\vs * Moro Vigorous
Tliuu lOver its Spring Aiiprn.iohca.
SALT Luce CftV , ' March 15. [ Special to
THE BEE.I HeaVos\otoIs theonlor of the
day. Some of 'th'cf ho i vies t transfers yet
reported occurcU during the past week. Tlio
total of sales on' Monday , March S , reached
tSO OJl. Atnon " the heaviest sales I no-
Part lot 'J , blocft 3 , City park subdivision ,
block 20 , plat C , consideration ( JO.'JOO ; part
or lot 0 , block TO , nflit A , J21GOO ; lot 3 , block
GS , platU , flS.OOJjy'pnrt of lots U , 4 and 5 ,
block 57 , plat A , 300,000 j part lut U , block
103x143 foot lot 3 , '
eamo resold for
W. S. McCorni'icic ' proposes to put up this
summer a six-story building on the Cunning-
ton corner , First South anil Main streets , opposite -
posito the Deserat bank. This Is the corner
which Mr. McCortnick bought at the rate of
2,310 a foot. The Walker brothers sold a
5x10 rods on Third South , just east of Main
street , for $050 a foot. The chamber of com *
meroo mot and resolved that stops should bo
Immediately taken for the establishment of
a clearing house.
The exceptionally bad condition of tbo
streets this winter , has produced a Ronoral *
dcsiro for paving- . The very oxcos * of the
nulsnnco will probably lead to the adoption
of a model system of paving and other street
At a meeting of tbo chamber of commerce
the proposition of publishing a now edition
of Colonel Holllstcr'it "Salt Lake City nnd
Surroundings , " received renewed attontlon.
C. K. Wuntland Is chairman of a special
committee having this matter m charge.
I mot qulto a number of former clihens of
Denver who have decided to take up their
residence In Salt Liku City. They cam-
plained of the desolate surroundings of Den
ver , and the too high latitude. They were
delighted with ; the mildness of the climate
here , though the ol Host inhabitant deelar c
this the most disagreeable winter in twenty
years , and the exceptional advantages a ri9
ing from our line agricultural facilities , the
neighborhood of the Grott Salt lalto. and
tno presence in the heart of the city of the
remarkable hot soring sulphur baths.
Aclivo stcos hr.vo been taken lor the or-
canizatlon of a young men's Christian asso
elation. A membership of 200 is expected by
An application has been in ado by C. O.
French , solicitor for the Utah , Nevada &
San Francisco railroad , to the citycounci
for u franchise to construct gas works and
lay mains in this city , ohioflv for heat ,
though light is not excluded. Tno gas will
bo made of bituminous slack ana will bo
much cleaner for heating than coal.
The hotels ara BO crowded that many have
to bo turned away. At the White house
fifty-six ueoplo hud to bo turned away ono
night , "And It wasn't u very busy night ,
cither , " said the landlord. Strangers are
accommodated In numerous private and
boarding houses , but the need of several
mauimoUi hotels la moro urgently felt every
Mr. C. A. Hess of 1'ondloton , Ore. , ro-
mprliod to a reporter last wcnk : "I have
been through thu Los Angeles and San Diego
booms , but have never bofora soon anything
that has so bright a future as that of Salt
Lake. I have been investing qulto heavily
smcu my two weeks stay In the city , and
have great conlliicnco in tlio cutcomo. I was
hero lastScptoinbcr und decided then , If the
liberals were victorious in the than approaching
preaching election I should return. Natural
scenery and clunalo are good enough so fur
as they go , but It Is the great mineral ro-
aourcoa back of Suit Lake Lily that are
ffaing to make It. 1 predict wl'hin llvo ycuri
a greater city than Denver. "
The banks of the city report the receipts
for the weak cnilliiir March 5 Inclusive of
Hlo.r.O.'t in ore , und $7U,18'J in bullion , a total
The electric railroad wires are being
strung along East Second South street , nnd
the electric cars will soon run there. The
system Is a perfect success In this city , and
will bo rapidly extended. The rapid building
up of tlio suburbs Is a result.
Bids are being received by the Union Pa-
cillc for bar privileges at Uarilold bwich'for
the ensuing year. Another lulto resort is in
contemplation , and n special railroad U to
ba built to reach It. The resort will bo
named Saltulr , and the railroad ttio Snltalr
railroad. It Is reported that It Is the scheme
of the Central I'adllc , by the short cut
south of the lake , to connect with the Den
ver & Kio Gran Jo at this point , and tu got a
though line to Dnnvor via the hitter road ,
and it will bo pushed through to completion
this spring. This U a consummation de
voutly to bo wished , but may not bo roalizbd
as soon as anticipated. It would shorten
the dlstanco considerably , nnd bo u great
benefit to tno road und its connections , but
ohlclly to this city.
For more than a week past the wcathorjuas
been most delightful and spring seoinou to
have coino in earnest , but last Sunday
brought again snow and cold weather. The
roads are drying up slowly , and noon the
season of riding about in the suburbs and
beyond for the Inspection nnd purchasaof all
sorts of property will bo on hand. The liv
ery stables uro doing a good business all the
year round , nnd nowhere can ba found liner
horses and bettor turnouts than hero. The
tearing down of old houses on Main and adJoining -
Joining fltroots has commenced. The brick
yards report n capacity of 400,000 bricks per
day , and great preparations In the stone
quarries clvo a guarantee of nnjaraply supply
of material during the coming building sea-
Don. C. A. EaoEiir.
California , tlio Jjand of Discoveries
Why will you lay nwnko'all night , coughIng -
Ing , when that most effective and agreeable
California remedy , Santa Able , will K'VO ' you
immediate relief ! SANTA ABIE Is the
only guaranteed euro for consumption ,
ailhtna and all bronchial complaints. Sold
only In largo bottles , at $1. Throe for $ ' , ' .00
The Cioodnmu Drug Co. will Do pleased to
aupply you , and guarantee relief when used
no directed. CALIFORNIA CAT-H-CUKU
hover falls to relieve catarrh or cold In the
head. Six months treatment , 1. Uy mull
LATER TESTIMONIALS ,
\Vo Imvo permission lo refer to the
nuthors of tlio following letter J. If you
wish wo will send you their proper
names mul addresses.
LVD. TV. , Feb'y 2nd , 1890.
Cook Hcincdy Co. , Onmlm , Nob.
'Gents : Your hist just rcoM , asking
mo to make u full report of my present
condition. 1 nm now just Retting up
from In grippe and oi course nm not
feeling O. 1C. You ask about tlio sore
in my mouth. At the time of writ
ing my last there was a small sere just
back of my lower teeth ; was raw in ap
pearance. It lias entirely gone and
there is not a sere snot about my body ,
inside or out , that 1 know of. I appear
to bo in perfect health and think 1 am.
1 will give you some names that need
your remedy and I think possibly you
can dp some business with some of tliem ,
but of con 1 0 I would not have thorn
know where you got your information
for the world. Your linn and my old
physician nro tno only living people
that know that I ever had any disease ,
and that is the limit. Let me know in
your next if you dcsiro their nnmos.
Yours very truly , S. E. S.
TJXAS , Feb. 2d , 1890.
Cook Remedy Co.
Dear Sirs : Am very sorry to say I
did not get jour letter until yesterday
duo to some unaccountable delay at
Donison. As wo have our mail forward
ed to us from there. Would say _ that
the chancres I spoke of have all disap
peared and liavo all been gone for at
least three weeks , and at present there
is not a sign of syphilis on my person
that I know of. And am still having
the utmost faith in your remedy , which
is a God-send lo Immunity. 'l am , as
ever , one that will speak most highly
of you and your cause. C.
N. Y. 2-9 1890.
Cook Remedy Co.
Gents : The two weeks being again
up for mo to report progress , I hasten so
to do , I can bee cniilo an improvement
in my condition binco my last report ,
the sere spot on my arm'has continued
to heal gradually and has nearly disap
peared , my general health is bettor , mv
bowels more regular , my appetite ex
cellent. I am very well pleased with
the treatment thus far and sincerely
hope it will be permanent. If so I shall
forever sing the praises of the "Magic
Yours very truly , T. F.
[ The following was a case of Syphilitio
Paralysis. The patient had 'been en
tirely cieablod from work for several
months. Ho began treatment on the
llrst day of February , and on the U7tU
of the same month ho wrote us the fol
lowing letter : ]
- Mo. , Fob. 27 , ' 00. 1
Cook Remedy Co.
Gonls : Yours of the 2oth is received
and contents noted. In answer to the
saiuo 1 will moat cheerfully accept your
proposition to act as your agent. I
would have done all I could to relieve
poreons sulTering in the wav 1 was any
how , but your liberal olTor will stimulate
mo to extra exertion. I still nm feeling
well. Weather very bad. As soon as
weather will permit will go to work , the
first time for many months.
Yours truly , M.
- O. , Feb. 28 , ' 90.
COOK Remedy Co.
Gentlemen : It is impossible for wordi
to express the feeling 1 have for the
company. I can do nothing more than .
juit oay that I am in as good conditlou
as I ever was.
Gents , if I had a gift to talic on paper
I would write a letter of my past years.
but I can not , so please excuse inc. I
will put my nnmo to any letter you nsk
mo to , and you cannot make it any worao
than I hnvo been. But to-day 1 am no
happy as a lord. I can oat a meal with
comfort or smoke or chow. Do not bo
afraid to ask mo fora favor. 1 will take
care of your- business in this county.
They all know mo hero , and what
shape I was in so 1 am a good example
for tliom. I have got three that will
deal with you soon. With my kindest
regards to all and may God always bo
with you all. F. S.
O. , Fob. 28 , ' 90.
Cook Remedy Co. , Omaha , Nob.
Gents : Yours of the 20th at hnnd. I
am feeling all O. K. . gaining in llebh
and strength. You can refer to mo anyV
one from a distance you are a mind lo ,
and I will gladly comply with their re
quest for information. I have not heard
from Mr. since t last wrote him.
T hope ho lias taken treatment. I en
closed his letter so yon could see u hat
ho says : Kncloscdyou will llnd a list of
minion I had reported and two now ones.
I shall write you in a few dnvs again ,
hoping to hear from you soon. Kind re
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