The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1911 Page: 4 of 10
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The Geary Bulletin
CHAR H. ROFF, Fubllahar.
VINDICATION OF CHEESE.
Tbe department of agricultura bold!
that It baa demonstrated by actual
•apartment* Ibat cbaaao la on* of tba
Boat nutrltloua of fooda. Evan tba
much maligned Walab rarebit la not
only harmless, but actually health
ful. aaya tbo Now Orleana Picayune.
According to tba agricultural depart
mant. there la no bad chaoaa. but
aoma choeaa la much batter than
olhara In order to teat cheaae aa a
food thoroughly, the e*|»erta of the
department confined willing subject*
for a certain number of daya, feed-
ing them upon cheeae of trarloue da
greea of rlpaneaa or rottenneaa. and
In all caaaa the aubjeeta of the as
pertmenta thrtred on the cbeaay diet."
Instead of becoming aurfelted with
cheaaa. tba persona experimented
with liked the diet better at tba cloaa
of the ax pari men ta than they did at
tba atart. Aa a roault of the expert
menta tba agricultural department
bolda that one pound of cheeee Is
equal In nutritive value to two pounds
of any fresh meat or eggs and to
three pounds of flab. Heretofore
Americana have eaten cheese rather
aa a relish than as a food, and trav-
elers In Europe have pitied the poor
peasants of tba continent because
they ware content with a meal of
cheeae and bread washed down by
beer or a little light wine. It now
appears that the poor European peas-
ant waa actually getting more nour-
ishment out of tbla cheeae dinner
than our own American workingmen
were getting out of their meat diet
Gratia* wtfUai Signature
Bra fork. Bra left, I
A Country Softool for 6lrl$
IN NEW TURK CITY. tatfWMmd
miBirr and mj Ufa. Ost-of-door .porta oa
M-koul park of AA acres Mar the Hudson Hint.
Arudowlc Course I’rtuiaryClass toiirmduatlnn.
Mii.tc and Art aiaa bash* aad aiaa-------
OLD SORES CURED
Allrn *ru-*nn*n*lvFeuresellrraiftrl lc^rt.
MapaasawNh| ThStipiOn'l Eft WttSf
awa r jo a. ua
Following the battle of Houndadltch,
England haa been busy finding out all
that can be learned concerning the
foreign crlmlnala In the British Isles
and particularly In Ixmdon. An easy
compilation of statistics would be that
of the foreigners In Brltlah prisons.
But apparently as near as the statlstl-
clans can* come to this Interekting com-
putation la the consideration of the
number of foreigners given prison sen-
tence in 100t. The total la 2.617, ac
cording to the Industrious statistics
hunter of the Chicago^ Trlbuns. and
Americans are easily first on tha Hat
with an aggregate of 622. America
likes to be first In most things, and
Americans abroad enjoy the pleasure
of pointing out American supremacy
whenever occasion arises. In thta case,
however, the United States would glad-
ly yield tbe palm. Criminal pre-emi-
nence la not a pleasing distinction. It
may be said, however, that only tha
higher clasa American 'criminals go
abroad to conduct their operations.
Probably the Atnetlcan jail birds In
England ire the cream of the criminal
aristocracy. The poorer quality we
Jieep pretty well bottled up at home.
And we also have a fine large assort-
ment of foreign criminals, probably aa
Imposing as anything, of which Eng
land can boast In this line.
WHY YES, SHE GOT THE NOTE
Beautiful Roses Appreciated, but
There Was a "Fly in the
A young man whose gallantry la In
excess of his means sought to remedy
this defect and to save the expense
of the money required for the pur-
chase of (lowers for his lady loves by
arranging with a gardener to let him
have a bouquet from time to time, in
return for his eagt-off clothes. So It
happened that one day he received a
bunch of beautiful roses, which he at
once dispatched to her house. In
sure anticipation of a friendly wel-
come, he called on the young woman
that evening He got a frosty recep-
"Did—er—did you get my flowera
today?" he was finally forced to ask.
“Yes. and the note that went with
"Note? Why. did I Bend a note?"
"You did. A disgraceful note,
acrawled with a blunt pencil, on dirty
paper. Here it is. 1 don't understand
it, and 1 don't think you are very
• The note read as follows:
"Here’s your flowers, but you owa
me a pair of pants for 'em.”—Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.
The Leaser Evil.
Gresham college In 1719 was the
arene of a fa'mous serio-comic duel be-
tween two celebrated doctors, Doctor
Mead and Doctor Woodward, both of
whom were lecturers at the college.
While walking down Blshopsgate
street one morning they quarreled
qver some medical question and ad-
journed to the squar? of the cdllege
to fight It out with swords. Woodward
fell, wounded In several places, where-
upon Mead magnanimously said, "Take
thy life.” "Anything but your physic,"
hissed back the chagrined Woodward
er® he swooned away.—London Chron-
k The moving picture device Is to be
used In connection with the micro-
scope In the Interest of science. It
hqs been demonstrated, for Instance,
that tbe blood may be enlarged 30,-
000 times. By a peculiar arrangement
of lights, the activities of these mi-
crobes may be displayed upon a large
screen, says the Washington Post.
Ruch a scientific exhibition may be of
Interest not alone to students in med-
ical colleges, but it may prove as pop-
ular to an average group of specta-
tors as are any of the dramatic pic-
tures now shown. Dr. J. Oomafidon,
of Paris" It la announced, has pro-
duced films of blood that show the
red and white corpuscles and the ac
tlvitles of the microbes moving among
them. There may be seen also para-
sites darting rapidly among the heal-
thy red and white components of the
blood, and the Interesting spectacle
of tbe militant white corpuscles at-
tacking and destroying these para-
sites Thta Ingenious contrivance has
brought Into the field of observation
many bacilli that could not before be
studied even with the microscope.
VETERAN CHARMER OF BIROS
AfN Friend tf Feathered Trlh*
Decorated by French Minister
Parle.— M. Ilenrl Poll, the worla
famous and venerable bird charmer
of Tulleriea Garden In Paris, has been
decorated by the French minister of
agriculture. By dint of wonderful pa
tlence and study. M. Poll, who Is now
76 years old. has won the intimacy of
hia feathered friends, who know ex-
actly at wbat time, morning and
326,000 IN ONE YEAR
New He Os sent Believe It.
A Cleveland men wee reading some
jokes about how the English weren't
THE IMMIQNATION TO CANADA so slow ns they are supposed to bo
SUftPAMEE ALL RECORD. to got n joke Ho believed It. too. Ho
- j be tried bis theory on n British guest
Tbe returns recently Issued by tbo of bit.
'anadlan Immigration Branch shows
that upwards of 326.BOO persons ar-
rived lb Canada during tbe past
twelve months, declaring their Inten-
tion of becoming settlers In that coun-
try. Of this number about 130,000
were from the United States, the bal-
ance being from the British Isles and
Northern Europe. It will thus be seen
t-hat the sturdy farming element that
has gone forward from the United
Slates is being splendidly supplement-
ed by an equally sturdy settlement
from across the seas. The lure of
Canadian wheat, oats, barley and flax
grown on the rich prairie of Western
Canada Is constantly attracting more
and more, and year by year the tide
of Immigrants to the Western Canada
plains increases; there Is no ebb to
this tide. The Canadian authorities
are not surprised at tha number from
the United States being as large as it
is but they did not look for so large an
immigration from the old
“Did you ever hear Mark Twain's
joke about how the report of bis
death had been greatly exaggerated?*'
“No." answered the Englishman,
eagerly, “but I'll wager it was good.
Wbat was It?*'—Cleveland Plain
Urbanite—What did you come to
tbe city for?
Country Boy—To earn an honest
Urbanite—That's all right. You’ll
find no competition.
Even Her Mother.
Her Mother—I feel. Mr. Owens,
that I can,trust my daughter to you.
Owens—You ran Indeed, madam;
everybody trusts me.
RED CROSS BALI, BLUR
countries. I Should he in every home. Ask your grocer
Birds His Friends.
evening, he will appear. Many of
them come to hla call by name and
have bqen trained by him to perform
tricks at his bidding. They submit
to being picked up by him. perching
on his hands, and. as shown In the ac-
companying photqgraph, will ex-
change positions with one another at
bin word of command.
One Close Tip.
"Your wandering life as an actor
must cut you ofT from all tics.”
"Ah, madam, say not so. The rail-
road ties are ever with us.”
FOOD IN 8ERM0NS
the Dominie Right and the Bai*
mom Are Brilliant.
BRONZE DOG CAUSES TROUBLE
la Removed'From Statue in England
After Riots Led by Vivi-
London.—Tbe famous figure of the
brown dog has disappeared from tbe
fountain at Battersea, England. It
created a lively sensation while It was
there and It was the cause of a great
many encounters between the police
and Its friends and ensraies. The
brown dog waa a bronze and stood on
a granite fountain. On tbla fountain
was the following Inscription:
“In memory of the brown terrier
dog done to death In the laboratories
of the University college. Feb., 1903,
after having endured vivisection ex-
tending over more than two months
and having been handed over fiUm
one vIviHectlonist to another until
Germany Is a growing nation. While
the population of France Is at a
standstill and the population of Eng-
land Is showing up. that of the Kais-
er’s domains Is forging ahead at the
rate of four millions In five years.
This Is a most remarkable display of
fecundity. In view of the fact that the
German empire receives comparative
ly Insignificant contributions to Its
population save from natural Increase
The United States, that takes tn a mil-
lion a year and maintains a pretty
fair rate of natural Increase, cannot
be touched by any other country In
population progress. The German
emperor has no fears with regard to
his country's future and the continued
prowess of Gorman armies ns long as
the growth of the nation Is proceed-
ing at such a splendid rate. The
German bog -y that has been alarm
Ing Kni'and l* hi t to becon e even
nv-rc ft melons in the tlj-hl of the slat
Istlcs of the kills r'tt realm that g vr
to tier natty a population of Ct.SSIG.StSI
A conscientious, hard-working and
Successful clergyman writes: "I am
glad to bear testimony to the pleasure
and increased measure of efficiency
and health that have come to lue from
adopting Grape-Nuts food as one of
my articles of diet,
“For several years 1 was much dis-
tressed during the early part of each
day by Indigestion. My breakfast
seemed to turn sour and failed to di-
gest. After dinner the headache and
other symptoms following the break-
fast would wear away, only to return,
however, next morning.
“Having heard of Grape-Nuts food. I
finally concluded to give it a trial. I
made my breakfasts of Grape-Nuts
with cream, toast and Postutn. The re-
sult wa» surprising in Improved health
and total absence of the distress that
hud. for so long a time, followed the
“My digestion became once mor#
satisfactory, the headaches ceased, and
the old feeling of energy returned.
Since that time 1 have always had
Grape-Nuts food on my breakfast
‘ I was delighted to find also, that
whereas before 1 began to use Grape-
Nuts food I was quite nervous and be-
came easily wewrled In the work of
preparing sermons and in study, a
marked Improvement in this respect
resulted from the change In my diet.
“I am convinced that Grape-Nuts
food produced this result and helped
me to a sturdy condition of mental
and physical strength.
“1 have known of several persons
who were formerly troubled as l was.
and who have been helped a* 1 have
been, by the use of Grape-Nuts food,
on my recommendation." Name given
by Post urn Company, Battle Cieek,
“There's a reason.”
Read the little book. “The Road to
WeHvllle," in pkgw
Kvrr read the shove letterf A »ea
••e appears (rum tlate la time,
are seiilae, true. aad fall
Still, they will not be found unpre-
pared. Reception halls are In readi-
ness at all Important points In Mani-
toba. Saskatchewan and Alberts, sur-
veyors were at work during the past
season opening up new districts on
which to place those seeking free
homesteads of 160 acres each, rail-
ways have been projecting laterals
from their main lines, and every pro-
vision has been taken to accommo-
date the newcomer. A recent dis-
patch from Antwerp reads: “The di-
version of European emigration from
the United States to Canada la said
to be seriously affecting the Atlantic
steamship lines. Tbe Red Star today
gives up to the Amerlca-Canada line
two of the best special emigrant
steamers afloat, the Gothland and tbe
Samland. These vessels heretofore
In the Antwerp-New York service are
now to be operated from Rotterdam to
On tbe date of the above dispatch
word came to the Immigration branch
that the “Vanguard of the 1911 army
of United States settlers reached Win-
nipeg at 1:30 o'clock this morning.
There was a solid train load of ef-
fects, comprising 41 carloads and two
colonist Bleepers attached to the train,
which contained the members of 26
families. Every man Jack In the
party Is a skilled farmer, and all have
come north prepared to go right on
the land, which was purchased last
year. They are equipped with every-
thing that experience has shown Is
necessary to maVe a start on virgin
prairie. In addition to machinery and
household effects there were a large
number of horses and cattle. Some of
the farmers had also brought, along
gas tractors, which will be put right
to work on ground breaking."
One of the agents of the Canadian
government advise! that it would ap-
pear as If each month of the present
year would show a large Increase over
the past year. The demand for the
literature of the department, describ-
ing the country and its resources, is
greater than It ever haB been.
'Mrs. Caswell. Vhtle you were in
Venice did you see the Bridge of
“Oh, yes; I saw what they called
that. Huf. my land, I've seen bridges
ten times Us size without ever going
out of Pennsylvania."
for it. Large 2 ox. package only 8 oeqte.
Humor la a great solvent against
snobbishness and vulgarity.—Seaman.
j It Is a good thing «• h«ow wkra
you in going. u4 wkot you in golRE
there for. _ —
YES! IT'S TRUE
THAT THE FAMOUf "
is the best medicine and
tonic you can take when
the system is run-dowtv—
when the stomach is weak
—when the liver and
bowels are inactive—when
a real healthful maker is
TRY A BOTTLE TODAY
It Always Give* Satisfaction
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
Awfc table Preparation For As-
similating IfaeFood and Regula-
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
lM\\ h < M1LUKI N
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral
A perfect Remedy for Constipa-
tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoes.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Facsimile Signature at
The Centaur Company.
\f<* mmi t li s old
1)(IMS J j( I M l
For Infknta and Children#
The Kind You Have
Guaranteed under the Food* j
In all'it* form* among all ages of horses,
a* well a* dog*, curt-d xn.l other* in same
■table preventer! from having the disease
with FPOHN’S DISTEMPER CURE.
Every bottle guaranteed Over 600,000
bottlea sold lart tear 6 50 and 61 00. Any
good druggiat. or send to manufacturers.
Agents wanted. Spohn Medical Co., Spec.
Contagious Diseaaes, Goshen, Ind.
Battersea's “Old Brown Dog."
death came to its release. Also .n
memory of the 232 dogs vivisected at
the same place during the year 1902.
Men nnd women of England how long
shall these things last?"
CHANGE STOCKINGS AND MIND
Discovery of Small Hole in the Former
Causes Bride-Elect to Call Off
Seattle, Wash—I*eonorn Murphy, IV
and pretty, anti Clyde Rowan a( As-
toria, Ore., after having been engaged
for four yews, were on their way to
the minister's the other day to get
married, when the bride-to-be discov-
ered a whole In her right stocking just
above the shoe top.
My the time the two reached the par-
sonage she had derided that the hole
would show when she kneeled before
the minister. In spite of Rowan's pro-
test she bude the minister and Rowan
watt until she rould go home and
rhnnge her storking
She hsdn't been home more that five
minutes before she telephoned Rc-w-an
he need not wait any lorgy. she said |
that while changing her st»s king she
had also changed her mind, and de
lermlned not to be married.
Has Record Cargo of Bananaa.
New York The steamer Madelr-
en«e. in New York from Port Antonio,
hnd a cargo of 41,000 bnoches of ba-
nana1*. which Is said to be the largest
lot of bananas ever brought heie or
“Jim may not be a succesq/ul man,"
said the optimist, “but he’s full of
“Perhaps,” grunted the cynic, "but
not of probabilities.”
The greatest cause of worry on
Ironing day can be removed by using
Defiance Starch, which will not stick
to the iron. Sold everywhere, 16 ox.
He (with a little sigh)—This is the
third winter hat you have had this
She—Well, but dearest, summer
will soon be here now.
“I suffered several years, with womanly trouble,” writes
Miss Ethel Brown, of Allardt, Tenn. “During the past year,
I had several very serious times. I tried Cardui, and it
helped me at once. 1 advise ladies who are troubled with
womanly complaints to try Cardui. 1 praise it aboye all
medicines for women, and recommend it to every sufferer.”
Many women, after years of pain, conclude it is their
lot to suffer so, and endure the pain as best they can.
Mrs. Brown says Cardui helped her at once, -even though
her trouble had continued for years.
AM. IP-TO-DATK HOUSEKEEPER*
Use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothes
clean and sweet as when new. All grocers.
The only proof against disappoint
ment Is to expect the unoxi»ected.
Lewis' ('ingle Binder straight 3c cigar.
You pay 10c for cigars not so good.
Every man Is just enough of a liar
to keep himself amused.
The Woman’s Tonic
Thousands of ladies write that Cardui helped them,
right from the start
Cardui is made wholly from vegetable ingredients and
has no harmful qualities, nor bad after-effects. Cardui is a
reliable medicine, established for more than fifty years; a
favorite remedy for weak women’s ills, in thousands ’of
Get a bottle from your druggist today. It will help
you quickly, and in time restore you to health.
A READER CURES HIS
CONSTIPATION-TRY IT FREE
Olrnpla way for any family to rataln tha good health of all Its member*.
The editors of “Health Hints" nnd
'Question* and Answers" have one ques-
tion that Is put to them more often than
anv other, and which, strangely enough,
they find the most difficult to answer.
That Is "How can 1 cure my conatlpa-
l>n Caldwell, an eminent specialist In
tMsenscs of the stomach. Hver and bowels
has looked the whole field over, has prac-
tised the specialty for forty years and U
convinced that the Ingredients contained
tn what Is called Dr. Caldwell'* gytrnp
Pepsin ha.) the best claim to attention
from constipated people.
Its success In the cure of stubborn con-
stipation lias done much to dlsplac* th*
use of salts, waters, strong cathartic* 1
and siM h things. Syrup Pepeln. by train- 1
Ing the stomach and bowel muscle* to 1
again do their work naturally, and with
Its tonic Ingredient*. strengthening th*
nerves, brings about a lasting cure.
Among Its strongest supporters are Mr.
John Graveline of N Milwaukee Ave.,
IVtrolt. Mich.. Mr. 1. A. Vernon of Okla-
homa City and thousands of others. It
ran be obtained of any druggist at fifty
cent* and one dollar a bottle, or If you
want to try It first a free sample bottla
can be obtained by writing the doctor.
For th* free sample address Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 301 Caldwell building, Montl-
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