The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1905 Page: 6 of 8
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Curing a Kicking Cow.
'Kvory once in 11 while I boo In nt.
agricultural napcr an nrtlclo on how
to euro kicking cow'.s. With a kick-
ing cow that has tho hahlt well form-
ed no art will avail at least when
thero Is a new milker. 1 have handled
n great many kicking cows and am
absolutely of tho opinion that a cow
must hecomo acquainted with her
milker beforo ho can even hopo to
euro her of tho propensity and then
tho euro will exist only so long as
tho milker remains with her. When-
ever a now milker appears tho habit
will revive. I havo known of kicking
cows that havo been milked by tho
same milker for years and would not
allow themselves to be milked by any
other person unless they wcro so
thoroughly tied up with ropes that
they could not move. Tho best meth-
od of curing a cow of tho kicking
habit is to use gcntloncss. Tho milk-
er must develop tho power to hold his
temper under all conditions. Even
then if the cow is like somo that 1
havo known he will find it to his ad-
vantage to restrain her by a ropo put
around her legs In tho form of a lig-
uro "8." This should bo placed
around tho logs just abovo tho bend
of the legs. The ropo should bo loop-
ed at ono end and tho looso end
passed through tho loop completing
tho flguro eight. The rest of the
looso end can Ho in tho lap of the
milker. Tho friction of the ropo In
tho loop will hold tho figure eight In
place and if tho cow attempts to kick
it will glvo only so gradually that she
cannot deliver a blow. If it is made
fast sho will feel herself under re-
straint and perhaps become excited
and throw horsclf. I found this to bo
nno of the best methods for saving
tho milker from the kick of tho cow.
John Stinson Bureau Co. 111. In
Detecting Formaldehyde in Milk.
When men began to uso preserva-
tives in milk they used various sub-
stances that could bo easily dotectcd
by tho chemists. Repressive laws
however made. It dilllcult to uso
somo of these preservatives and tho
manufactururs of preservatives set
their chemists at work to find somo
substanco that could not bo detected
by other chemists. Thoy hit upon
formalin or formaldehyde tho latter
being a combination of formalin and
water. For a long tlmo tho chemists
were unablo to detect this In tho milk
as no means was known of showing
tho formalin. 13ut by a largo number
of experiments things woro at last
discovered that would show tho pres-
ence of formnlin. Tho French havo
just hit upon a now way of detecting
it at once and without any question.
Thoy Hrst add acetic or lactic acid to
tho milk and this precipitates tho
essoin. This leaves a liquid that may
bo niterod. To this nilrato is added
a fow crystals of amidol. Tho watftr
of tho liquid then becomes a ilowery
green. Tho test Is so accurato that If
thero Is proscnt In tho milk ojily ono
part of formaldchydo to half a mil-
lion parts of milk tho test will
The Cow Owner.
It has been frequently said that
wo need nn Improved dairy man
moro than wo need an Improved
dairy cow. This emphasizes a great
truth. Tho cow owner Is tho most
Important factor In tho success-
ful dairy If this man wishes to pro-
duce clean products he must himself
set tho examplo In his dross and ap-
pearance. Tho farmer that had a sign
stuck up in his dairy which road
v "Cleanliness is my hobby" struck tho
foundation principle of successful
A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS.
Weak Irregular Racked with Palna
Made Well and 36 Pounds Heavier.
Mrs. K. W. Wright of 172 Main St.
Haerhlll Mass. says: "In 1808 I was
suffering so with sharp pains In tho
small of tho back
and had such fre-
quent dizzy spells
that I could
about tho house.
Tho urinary nas-
If sages wcro also
rq u 1 1 o Irregular.
V wcro so dlstress-
'i ItiL' I rlrnnitnil
their approach. This was my condi-
tion for four years. Doan's Kidney
Pills helped mo right away when I
began with them and three boxes
cured mo permanently."
i''oster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo N. Y.
For salo by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box.
Some Sanitary Bosh
Sanitation sometimes stands on its
head and becomes Insanity. This Is a
phase of midsummer madness one
may suspect when a leading medical
journal warns us against "the danger
of contracting dlsoaso from Imper-
fectly polished doorknobs. So many
germs in the householder's hands so
much for his knob. How many door-
knobs are there In tills happy Island?
Give each citizen two doorknobs a
very meager estimate for ho proTJrtbly
touches a dozen a day and they will
run Into millions. Is there a record
anywhere of a disease caught from
one of those thousands of millions of
door knob turns In any single year?
To this vr!ter the question is of
some lntercst; for if door knobs aro
unsanitary thero aro other things that
should bo fatal. Within the last week
his bare hand has been in contact
with omnibus rails cab aprons steam-
boat seats balustrades In populous
city flats postofllco counters railway
carrlago handles you may complete
tlie list of tho contacts of a busy life
with life. Tills has been going on for
somo years now with no hint of dis-
aster. Have you ever met anybody
suffering from doorknob poisoning?
'The man who claims to want but I - Alalia t
!"rxrw ma! llato" 3 "PAINFUL PERIODS
Tho strawberry box bottom comes
his'n. but wa must havn it
Cure to Stay Cured.
Wapello Iowa Sept. 11th (Special)
One of tho most rcmarkablo cures
ever recorded In Louisa County la
that of Mrs. Mlnnio Hart of this place.
Mrs. Hart was in bed for eight
months and when she was able to sit
up she was all drawn up o'n ono sld
and could not walk across tho room.
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her. Speak-
ing of her cure Mrs. Hart says:
"Ye's Dodd's Kidney Pills cured mo
after I was In bed for eight months
and I know tho euro was complete for
that was three years ago and I havo
not been down since. In four weeks
from tho Unio I started taking them
I was able'to mnko my garden. No
body can know how thankful I am to
bo cured or how much I feel I owe
to Dodd's Kidney Pills."
This case again points out how
much tho general health depends on
tho Kidneys. Cure tho Kidneys with
Dodd's Kidney Pills and nine-tenths
of tho suffering the human family 1b
heir to will disappear.
A woman who teaches a solect
school for girls in looking over tho
copybook of llttlo Fanny ngad eleven
years discovered an envelope ad-
dressed to thnt young lady.
"I hopo Fanny" said the teacher
holding up the envelope "that this
doos not contain a lovo letter."
"Why what an Idea" replied Fan-
ny; "I havo outgrown all that fool-
ishness years and yours ago." Chi-
USIC THIS FAMOUS
Red Cross Hull Jilno. I.urtfO 2-oz. pncknpo 5
cents Tho Kus Company South Iloml Ind.
A lnrjjc 2 or. package Rett Cross Unll nine only
b cents. The Russ Company South Bond Ind.
AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF
When tho cat's away tho mlco aro
apt to play around tho trap until thoy
get It in tho neck.
The Case of Miss Irono Crosby la One
of Thousands of Curos Mndo by Lydlo
E. Pinkham's Vecretftblo Compound.
Defiance Starch Is guaranteed biggest
and best or monoy refunded. 16
ounces 10 cents. Try It now. .
Good business and self-preservation
apply alike to the peoplo nnd to nations.
CI TV iwrniniicntlj" cured. NontBornrrvoitnpMaflr
ll I w llrntday'KUKOor pr. Kllno'iiOrent. Verve Hector-
or. Hcnil for FltKK 9K.OO trlnl bottle nnd treatise.
UK. 11. II. KMNK Ltd. IMl Arch Htreet T'lilladelphln l'a.
Unklssod kisses aro not tho sweet-
est. They aro usually in tiio keeping
of sour spinsters and cranky old
"Jollying" indicates a lack of sin-
cerity. Ho who is not sincere with
himself Is not co with others.
More Flexible and Lasting
won't shake out or olow out; by using
Defiance Starch you obtain better re-
sults than poHslble with any other
brand and one-third moro for same
If a woman takes a. lido on . a
ferry boat she speaks of having been
away for tho summer.
TIow many women realize that men
Btruatlon is the balance wheel of n
womanjs life and whilo no womtin is
entirely frco from periodical suffering
it is not the plan of nature that women
should suffer so severely.
(Aftss Irene Crosby J
Never judge tho valuo of a paint-
ing by the prlco tag attached thereto.
You never hear any one complain
about "Defiance Starch." There Is none
to equal It In quality and quantity 30
ounces 10 cents. Try It now and save
No matter how pretty a man tells
a girl sho Is sho doubts If sho ought
to marry such a conservative fellow.
"It Knocks the Itch."
It may not cure all your Ills but
It does euro ono of the worst. It
cures any form of Itch ever known
no matter what It's called whero the
sensation Is "Itch" It knocks it. Ec-
zema ringworms aro cured by ono
box. It's guaranteed and it's name Is
If wishes wcro horses tho majority
of them would bo among tho also
H Is far 'easier for a rich man to
say that he enjoys hard work than it
Is for a poor man to believe It.
Affording a Slight Hope
Mrs. Caswell I wish I know of
something that would Improve my
Mrs. Upmorc I believe jiu-jitsu
would help him.
Mrs. Caswell That's something I
never heard of. How do you cook
it? Chicago Tribune. '
Do not aspire to prominence by at-
tempting to belltilo others. Force
yourself above them.
Thousands of American women how
ever havo found rolief from all monthly
suffering by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound as it is the most
thorough female regulator known to
medical science. It cures thocondition
which causes so much discomfort and
robs menstruation of its terrors.
Miss Irene Crosby of 313 Charlton
Street East Savannah Ga. writes :
" Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotnblo Compound
Is a truo friend to woman. It has Iwcn of
great bonofit to mo curing mo of irregular
and painful menstruation when overythlng
olso had failed and I gladly recommend it to
othor suffering women."
Women vf ho aro troubled with pain-
ful or irregular menstruation back-
ache bloating (or flatulence) lcucor-
rhoca falling inflammation or ulcera-
tion of the uterus ovarian troubles
that "bearing-down" feeling dizzi-
ness faintness indigestion nervous
firostration or tho blues should tako
mmediate nction to ward off the seri-
ous consequences and bo restored to
perfect health and strength by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cora-
ound and then writo to Mrs. Pink-
iam Lynn Mass. for further free ad-
vice. Thousands havo been cured by
Toledo St. Louis & Western R. R. Co.
"Clover Leaf Route."
St. Louis to all Points East
Indiana Ohio Pennsylvania New York.
R. J. McKAY D. P. A. St. Louit.
W.N. U. Oklahoma City No. 37 1903
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1905, newspaper, September 14, 1905; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70010/m1/6/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.