The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 2, 1905 Page: 3 of 8

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Holp for Women Pao3lng Through
Change of Life
MAN IN THE FUTURE
Providence 1ms allotted us each at
least seventy years in which to fulfill
our mission in life nud it is generally
our own fault if we die prematurely.
IMrsMaryKoehnc )jj
Nervous exhaustion invites disease.
This statement ia the positive truth.
When everything1 becomes a burden
and you cannot walk a few blocks with-
out excessive fatigue and you break
out into perspiration easily and j our
face Hushes and yomgrow excited and
shaky at the least provocation and
you cannot bear to be crossed in any-
thing you aro in danger ; your nerves
have given out ; you need building up
at once ! To build up woman's nerv-
ous system and during the period of
change of life we know of no better
medicine than Iydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Hero is an
illustration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne. 37X
Garfield Avenue Chicago 111. writes:
" I have used Lydia E. Pinkhrun'.s Vegotablo
Coniponml for yoar in my family nnd it
never disappoints ; m) vvhen I folt tfint I was
iipuiiiif; thu'changaof life I coumioncwl treat-
ment w ith it. I took in all about six bottles
mid it did mo a great deal of good. It
stopped my di7y spoils pains in my back
and the headaches with which I hnd Mill'orod
for months before taking tho Compound. I
foel that if it had not been for this great med-
leino for women that I blinuld not have been
alivo to-day. It is. splemlid for women old or
young ana will burely ctno all female disor-
ders." Mrs. Pinkham of Lynn Mass. in-
vites all sick and ailing women to write
her for advice. Her great cxporienco
Is at their service free of cost.
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WORK WONDERS
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His Days In the Land to Be Extended
In Many Ways Defective Vision
and Stomach Troubles Alike to Be
Done Away With.
THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME
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Recent discovciiC3 in tho world of
science and inventions indicate gieat
changes in the future of mankind and
its surroundings. The length of the
day is to bo greatly increased accord-
ing to Prof. Darwin son of tho great
naturalist and piesident of the British
association. In comse of time the
piesent day will be prolonged toflft-
five days. It has been discoveied that
the days aro gradually lengthening
at relative rates which aro calculable
though tho absolute rates in time aro
unknown. The month will piobably
he long as thirty-seven present days.
With tho lengthening of tho days
there is to be a prolongation of the
length of man's life. It has been
shown that the proper application of
acetic acid will consldoiably piolong
life and accoiding to one authority
this can also be accomplished by
drinking sour milk. It appears that
sour milk contains a friendly bacillus
which when introduced into the main
intestine benefits health.
There is said to bo no doubt that
tho stature of man is increasing and it
is possiblo that the futuio race may
bo giants.
At that futuro day artificial dia-
monds nnd rubies will be common.
TJio diamond which is made of pure
carbon is tho cheapest substance in
the world. And when tho electric
furnace is developed it is expected
that diamonds and rubies will no
longer be precious stones.
Thero will bo no fogs In those days
for they will bo clenred away by elec-
trifying tho atmosphere on a large
scale. An important experiment in
this line was made at Liverpool. Tho
air mound University college- was
electrified by means of a Wimshurst
machine. Tho result was that in a
denso fog a space of from fifty to
sixty yards' radius was kept clear.
Tho discoverer of this use for electric-
ity hopes to bo ablo to provido a suf-
ficient number of stations on each
sido of a river so that the positivo
current from the other side of the
river will form a collision which will
clear the fog away.
The future man will have no need
of glasses to help his vision. Eyo
massage which is gentle nnd gradual
and causes no pain will cure any de-
fect of vision. Tho stomach and in-
testines will also bo unnecessary and
it has been suggested that theso or-
gans will bo removed by a surgical
operation.
Their placo will be taken by a lube
into which prepared food will ho
dropped. Tabloids of prepared com-
pressed and digested food will ho used
and thero will bo no need to waste
tho amount of tlmo necessary to ob-
tain food nowadays.
Thoro will ho.no need for watches
for thoro will bo a clock at every
street corner illuminated at night. Tho
city of Berlin has this system of time-
pieces in uso nlready and thero aro
300 clocks scatteied about tho city.
ftre Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home For
Catarrhal Diseases.
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Remarkable Cures
Effected
By Pc-ru-nn.
Under date of January 10 1807 Dr.
tTartman received the following letter:
"My wife has been a sufferer from a
jomplie.ition of diseases for the past
lAventy-fivo yearn. Her ease has ballled
the skill of some of the most noted phy-
sicians. One of her worst troubles was
jhronic 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 ease. You advised a course of
Pcruna and IManalin which wo at once
commenced and have to say it com-
pletely cured her. )
"About the same timo I wtc you
lbout my own caso of .catarrh which
liad been of twenty-five years' standing.
cVt times I was almost past going
f commenced to use Peruna according
to your Instructions and continued its
ae for about a year and It has com'
oleiely cured me." John O. Atkinson.
In a letter dated January 1 1000 Mr
Atkinson says after five years' experi-
ence with I'eruna
" will ever continue to speak a good
word for Peruna. I am still cured ol
catarrh." John O. Atkinson Inde-
pendence Mo. Box 272.
Mrs. Alia Sehwandt Sanborn Minn.
writes:
'l have been troubled with rheuma-
tism and catarrh for twenty-five yean.
Could not sleep day or night. After
having used Pcruna I can alcep 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 Pcruna." Mrs. Alia
Schwa ndt.
When old age comes catarrhal dis
cases come also. Systemic catarrh ia
almost universal in old people.
Address Dr. S. 31. Hurtman President
of the llartman Sanitarium Columbus.
Ohio who will be pleased to give you
tho benefit of his medical advice gratis.
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ALL WAYS BEST
Did you over try thorn? If not do so at
onco and bo oonvlnood.
If your dealer docs not keep them write us.
GREGORY
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when othun have
failed.
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Cat alofuo free
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JUrulcbtid Bus.
For Preservation of Game.
Twenty years ago Theodore Roose-
velt founded tho Boono and Crockett
club its purpose being to secure tho
proper protection and preservation of
tho big game of tho country. Tho or-
ganization is still leading a vigorous
existence. Just now it is leading In
tho movement for legislation for tho
preservation of tho forests tho sotting
asido of refuges whero tho gamo shall
bo free to breed without molestation
and tho establishment of public parks
rho Boono and Crockett club hns sent
to every member of Congress a hand-
some publication "American Gamo In
Its Haunts" containing an article by
President Roosevelt which It is hoped
will"provo an Incentive to adopt tho
pending bills.
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Your dealer will see that you are supplied with these
shoes if you insist. Every dealer ought to give
you the best See that you get these.
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rtfytmer-imart0 Mm (fto.
LARGEST FINE SHOE EXCLUSIVISTS
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W. N. U. Oklahoma City No. 9 1905
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 2, 1905, newspaper, March 2, 1905; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69989/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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