Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1905 Page: 6 of 17
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Cold Affected Head and Throat
—Attack Was Severe.
Chas. W. Bowman, 1st Lieut, and
Adjt. 4th M. S. M. Cav. Vols., writes
from Lanhatn, Md.,as follows :
"Though somewhat averse to patent
medicines, and still more averse to be-
coming a professional affidavit man, it
seems only a plain duty in the present
instance to add my experience to the
columns already written concerning
the curative powers of Peruna.
"I have been particularly benefited
by Its use for colds In the head and
throat. I hare been able to fully cure
myself of a most severe attack in
forty-eight hours by its use according
to directions. I use it as a prey entire
whenever threatened with an attack.
"Members of my family also uso it
for like ailments. We are recommend-
ing it to our friends."—C. W. Bowman.
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
One reason why Peruna has found
permanent use in so many homes is that
it contains no narcotic of any kind. It
can he used any length of time without
acquiring a drug habit.
Address I)r. llartman, President of
The llartman Sanitarium, Columbus.
Ohio, for free medical advice. All cor-
respondence held strietly confidential.
HAVE YOU COWS?
If you have cream to separate a good
Cream Separator is the most profitable in-
vestment you can possibly make. Delay
means daily waste of
time, labor and product.
DE LAVAL CREAM
$10.- per cow per year
every year of use over all
gravity setting systems
and $5.- per cow over
all imitating separators.
They received the Grand
Prize or Highest Award
at St. Louis.
Buying trashy cash-in-advance sepa-
rators is penny wise, dollar foolish.
Such machines quickly lone their cc3t
instead of saving it.
If you haven't the ready cash
DE LAVAL machines may be bought
on such liberal terms that they actually
pay for themselves.
Send today for new catalogue and
name of nearest local agent.
The De Laval Separator Co.
Randolph A Canal Stt.
74 Cortlindt Streot
Three (treat puroult* have Again thown wonderful
result* on the Free Homestead Lends of Western
Canada this year.
Magnificent climate—farmers plowing In tnelr shirt
aleoves In tho middle of November.
" All are bound to be more than pleased with the
Coal results of the past season's harvests."—Kitract.
Coal, wood, water, hay In abundance. Schools,
ehu.-chee, markets convenient.
Apply for Information to Superintendent of ImmV
•ration, Ottaw a, Canada, or to authorised Canadian
Government Airent—J- 6. Crawford, No. 129 W.
Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
Please say where yon saw this adveiu ement>
A Choice List.
"Business has been slow with me,"
remarked the first grafter.
"What's the trouble?" asked the
"Can't find victims."
"H'm you ought to use the scheme
"What Is It?"
"Well, you've been a pretty good
friend and I don't mind putting you
next. I keep tab on the people that
cough up good money to see rasslin'
The beautiful lady in the twentieth
century fairy tale was about to be
married. Adorned with jewels almost
as dazzling and costly as those worn
by the bride, the good fairy appeared.
"I have come," she said, "to touch
you with my magic wand, so you will
live happily ever afterward."
"It's awfully sweet of you," respond-
ed the bride, cordially; "but, don't
you know that wouldn't be at all fash-
Ethel (after a whipping)—I think
papa is dreadful. Was he the only
man you could get, mama?
"Yes," said the New York interbor-
ough engineer, "we were getting along
nicely until our charter was revoked
by the grand chief of our brother-
"What will you do next?" asked the
"Well, we haven't decided, but we
think of boycotting the union."—Bal-
A Living Example.
A professor of natural history who
was delivering a lecture to his class
on the rhinoceros noticed that the at-
tention of the students was wander-
"Gentlemen," he said, sternly, "if
you expect to realize the remarkably
hideous nature of this beast you must
keep your eyes fixed on me."—Har
"And suppose," said his friend,
"that the people actually refuse to eat
"Ah!" said the Beef Trust magnate,
"I have considered that possibility.
We simply would get a law passed
compelling them to eat meat and put
them In jail if they didn't.
"Discharge the bookkeeper!" thun-
dered the magnate. "He doesn't know
the first thing about corporation fi-
"What has he done?"
"Why, he has prepared a statement
that even an investigator could under-
Friend—Isn't the baby growing
Little Sister—Oh, yes. She's just
beginning to rubber.
"She Is a very high-spirited worn-
"Oh, yes. I've heard that she talks
bade to her cook."
FTTTT ■ .
similating the Food andRcgula-
ling the Stomachs and Bowels of
INFANT S £ CH IL DHK N
ness and Rest.Conlains neither
Opium,Morphine nor } liner aL
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
/lx. Smite *
llothtlu Satis ~
jfaur. Sard t
JtftxrmzHt - .
Aperfccl Remedy forConstipa
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish-
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
Al tvman ih'-s old
35 Uos * > ~ i s
EXACT copy OF WRAPPER.
THE OCNTAUII COMPANY. NCW VO** CITY.
There are but two kinds of
starch. Defiancc Starch, which
is the best starch made and—th©
rest. Other starches contain chemicals,
9-' which work harm to the clothes,
rot them and cause them to
break. Defiance is absolute-
ly pure. It is guaranteed
perfectly satisfactory or money
back. The proof is in the doing
ana Defiance does. 16 ounces for 10
cents. Your grocer sells
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO
NOMONEY TILL CURED. 28"^Ir^stIBL!shed^
y.'-.***4-F.RB?.!*4 treatise on PI lea. FIXt.li and Oiseeaeref the
Kectam, «Imi lOS-pife llius. treatise on Diseases ol Women. 01 the thosssods eared by
•ur mild method, none pi Id scent till cared—we tarnish their oaats on spslkatioa.
OR. THORNTON & MIMOB, gSg.Krlt.ffi.tffi* IRi
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