Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1905 Page: 7 of 16
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A HEALTHY OLD AGE
OFTEN THE BEST PART OF LIFE
Change of Life
Providence has allotted us each at
least seventy years in which to fulfill
our mission in life, and it is generally
our own fault if we die prematurely.
KEPT EACH OTHER AWAKE.
Mrs MaryKoe h
Nervous exhaustion invites disease.
This statement is the positive truth.
When everything becomes a burden
and you cannot walk a few blocks with-
out excessive fatigue, and you break
out into perspiration easily, and your
face flushes, and you grow excited and
shaky at the least provocation, and
you cannot bear to be crossed in any-
thing, you are in danger; your nerves
have given out; you need building up
at once I To build up woman's nerv-
ous system and during the period of
change of life we know of no better
medicine than Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Here is an
illustration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne, 371
Garfield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes:
" I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound for years in my family and it
never disappoints ; so when I felt that I was
nearing'the'ehange of life I commenced treat-
ment with it. I took in all about six bottles
and it did me a great deal of good. It
Btoppcd my dizzy spells, pains in my back
anil the headaches with which I had sufTored
for months before taking the Compound. I
feel that if it had not been for this great med-
icine for women that I should not have been
alive to-day. It is Bplendid for women, old or
young, and will surely cure all female disor-
Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., in-
vites p.ll sick and ailing women to write
her for advice. Iler great experience
is at their service, free of cost.
WAY GET SOAKED!
/ //// / / WHEN 143
T-vo Brothers Had Small Chance for
Rest During Services.
In the congregation of a clerical
friend were two erring brothers, who
troubled him greatly by the habit they
had acquired of snatching a little re-
pose during worship. Finally the pas-
tor spoke after this wise to one of the
"Brother Park, did you ever notice
that Brother Benjamin had fallen into
the habit of sleeping during service"
Brother Park had not noticed it, but
he was pained at the information.
"Well, might I-ask you to sit beside
him next Sabbath and nudge him in
case he falls asleep?"
Brother Park would most certainly
.to so. .
The clerical brother then sought
his esteemed co-worker in the vine-
yard, Brother Benjamin.
'Brother Benjamin, have you no
ticed Brother Park's habit of sleeping
during the sermon?"
Brother Benjamin had noticed it,
and had been pained.
Well, would you do me the favor of
sitting beside Brother Park next Sun
day and nudging him in the case of
Most certainly Brother Benjamin
would do so.
The spectacle of the two good men
keeping watch on each other in the
sanctuary next Sabbath nearly upset
the dignity of our clerical friend dur-
ing his ministrations.—London Tit
Pleasant Ship's Company.
We have received a Communication
from a Scottish physician stating that
it is proposed to attempt a new de-
parture in the treatment of tubercu
losis by sea voyage. A large sailing
vessel will leave this country about
the end of January for a long voyage
in warm latitudes and will be prepar
THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME
Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home For
MR hrxl MR-S.
MR and MRS.
w i i
Under date of January 10, 1897, Dr.
Hartman received the following letter:
'My wife has been a sufferer from a
complication of diseases for the past
twenty-five years. Her case has battled
the skill of some of the most noted phy-
sicians. One of her worst troubles was
chronic constipation of several years'
standing. She was also passing through
that most critical period in the life of a
woman—change of life.
"In June, 1895, I wrote to you about
her case. You advised a course of
Peruna and Manalin, whicli we at once
commenced, and have to say it coin-
ed to convey a "number of consump-
tives, limited to fifty, of inebriates and I pletely cured her. * >
of other invalids." It is intended that "About the same time I w-^te you
,h„ PUtonU , from
sis shall live on deck ^iay and night ^jmes j was a.lmo'&t past going.
J ~ ~~ I commenced to use Peruna according
to your instruct-on* and continued Us
„ie for about a year, and It has com-
oletely cured me. "—John O. Atkinson.
In a letter dated January 1,1900, Mr.
whenever the conditions of weather
permit, so that they may have the
advantage of constantly breathir<* ab
solutely pure air containing mucb
ozone. During the voyage the vessel
will call at, among other places, Gib
raltar, the Canary Islands, Rio de Ja-
neiro, River La Plata, Pernambuco
and the West Indian Islands, and op-
portunities will be given for the pa-
tients to land and see a little of the
countries thus visited. Such is the
prospect put before a limited number
of invalids whose circumstanoes,
physical and social, permit them to
avail themselves of it.—The Lancet
Atkinson says, after five years' experi-
ence with Peruna,
"I will ever continue to speak a good
word tor Peruna. I am still cured of
catarrh."—John O. Atkinson, Inde-
pendence, Mo., Box 272.
Mrs. Alia Schwandt, Sanborn, Minn.,
• 7 have been troubled with rheuma-
tism and catarrh for twenty-five yean.
Could not sleep day or night. After
having used Peruna I can sleep and
nothing bothers me now. If I ever am
affected with any kind of sickness,
Peruna will be the medicine I shall
use. My son was cured of catarrh of
the larynx by Peruna."—Mrs. Alia
When old age comes, catarrhal dis
eases come also. Systemic catarrh is
almost universal in old people. ^
Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President
of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus.
Ohio, who will be pleased to giye you
the benefit of his medical advice gratis.
Black oft yillow
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ir your dealer dots not keep them, write ui.
The Older Folks.
God's blessing on the older folks!
Youth Is not all of life.
Nor mid-age. though the arms are strong |
To meet the daily strife.
There's living yet for older folks-
Fine, loving work to do.
Faint hearts to cheer, uncertain feet
To guide in pathways true.
God's blessing on the older folks,
The veterans who have spent
Their strength on life's stern battlefields, |
And walked the generous length
Of years in splendid loyalty
To that which seemed the right.
Undaunted by fond hopes deferred
Or by the foeman's might.
God's blessing on the older folks!
Sometimes the tear drops start
When, looking backward, old-time Joys
Come tugging at the heart.
But age has compensations and
Its own peculiar bliss:
Peace presses on the aged brow
Its softest, tenderest Kiss!
God's blessing on the older folks
Who, looking forward, see
The larger life not far ahead.
Clear of all mystery.
Come, winds of heaven, while earnest |
Are bowed In solemn prayer,
BefU-ch out the older hearts, and drop
Tny benedictions there!
—William Norris Burr.
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•when others havel
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said one of the attendants, "that have
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could use a book like that with all
those spaces for railroad annuals?"
"I don't know." said the attendant,
"unless it was a United States judge."
w Chicago Chronicle.
R. S. * A. B. LACEY. Patent Att'ys, Washington, D. C.
W. N. U.—Oklahoma City—No. 9, 1905
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TWEITY BUSHELS OF WHEAT
TO THE ACRE
Is the record on
the Free Home-
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during the pant seven years have gone to Canada
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