Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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TAKES OFF DANDRUFF
HAIR STOPS FALLING
Glrl«! Try This! MakeB Hair Thick,
GloBsy, Fluffy, Beautiful—No
More Itching Scalp.
■Within ten minutes after an appli-
cation of Danderlue you cannot find a
qlngle trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not itch, but what
will please you most will be after a j
few weeks' use, when you see new j
hair, fine and downy at first yes but J
really new hair—growing all over the
A little Danderine Immediately dou- i
bles the beauty of your hair. No dif-
ference how dull, faded, brittle and j
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with j
Danderine and carefully draw it j
through your hair, taking one small I
strand at a time. The effect is amaz- i
jug—your hair will be light, fluffy and
wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance; an incomparable luster,
softness and luxuriance.
Get a 25 cent, bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any store, and prove
that your hair Is as pretty and soft
as any—that it has been neglected or
Injured by careless treatment—that's
a]l—y0U surely can have beautiful hair
and lots of it if you will just try a lit-
tle Danderine. Adv.
"I was struck on the head yester-
"Poor chap! Many bones broken?
WHAT AN OHIOAN
HAS TO SAY ABOUT CONDITIONS
IN WESTERN CANADA.
K A UK Mil capitalists. The Only
pauper In the world Ik a deaf,
dumb, bllml Idiot l-et us examine our
gift* and capacities and put them to t!!•
beat uae we may. —Browne.
MORE ABOUT FISH.
Only One "BROMO QUININU"
To Bet the genuine, call for full name, LAXA-
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature "t
E. W. CiKOVE. Cmes > Cold io Oue l>a . 25c.
"My nephew doesn't seem to appre-
ciate that oil field I deeded him."
"He has made light of it."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that It
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
A benevolent lady was feeding a
hungry tramp. She expressed her die-
favor at his wandering, idle life.
"1 was not always in this condition,
mum," said the tramp. "1 came from
a good family."
"You did?" asked the lady. "Might
I ask your name?"
"Blankleigh," replied the tramp.
"Why, that is the name of the peo-
ple that live next door!" exclaimed
"1 know it," replied the tramp. "They
kicked me downstairs just before I
During the lenten season, when
Ash and eggs are so often served, a
few ideas to vary the serving may be
acceptable. Any boiled fish Is good
with a well seasoned white sauce,
which has been enriched with one or
two finely chopped hard cooked eggs.
Baked Halibut a la Creole.—Take a
pound of halibut steak, one clove of
garlic chopped, two cupfuls of well
seasoned tomatoes, butter, pepper and
salt to taste, and a cupful of bread
crumbs. Remove the bone from the
fish, place it in a buttered dish,
. sprinkle with the garlic, or ouion may
be substituted; cover with a layer of
tomatoes, then a layer of crumbs", bits
I of butter, salt and pepper, another
1 layer and bake 20 minutes In a hot
. oven. Serve from the dish In which it
! was baked.
Delmonico Fish—Take a cupful and
| a half of any cold flaked fish, like cod,
j halibut or haddock; a cupful of white
sauce, a quarter of a bay leaf, a sprig
i of parsley, a half slice of onion, salt,
pepper and a half cup of buttered
[ bread crumbs. Scald the milk for the
white sauce with the onion, bay leaf
and parsley; remove these and add
the milk to the tablespoonful of but-
ter and flour that have been cooked
together. Cover the bottom of a but-
tered dish with half of the fish, and
season well. Pour over the sauce,
sprinkle with miuced parsley, more
fish and another layer of sauce Cov- ;
er with the crumbs and bake until the x
crumbs are brown. Scallop shells :
may be used for this dish also.
Turban of Fish.—Take two and a
half cupfuls of fish, flake it: one and a
I half cupfuls of milk, one slice of
! onion, a blade of mace, a sprig of
I parsley, one-quarter of a cup of but-
ter, the same of flour, the yolks of
j two eggs, lemon juice salt, and pep-
I per. and a cupful of buttered crumbs.
! Make a sauce by melting the butter.
' adding the flour, and when well
| cooked add the milk, which has been
j scalding with the onion and blade of
j mace; remove them and add the egg
, yolks, seasoning with salt, pepper and
j lemon juice. Put a layer of fish and
a layer of sauce in a dish until all are
| used. Cover with crumbs and bake
' in a hot oven until the crumbs are
W. E. Lewis formerly lived near
Dayton, Ohio, He went to Saskatche-
wan seven years ago with *1,S00 in
money, a carload of household effects
and farm implements, including four
horses and three cows. Of course, the
first year he only got feed from the
cropB, but the second year had 11)0
acres in wheat which made over 2.800
bushels. He has not had a failure in
crop, and at present has 22 head of
horses, 15 head of cattle and 35 hogs,
and owns 1,120 acres of land, all un-
der cultivation. He has been offered
$35 an acre for his land, and should
he care to dispose of his holdings lie
could pay all his debts and have $-10,*
000 to the good; hut, as he says,
"Where could 1 go to inveBt my money
and get as good returns.' He con-
tinues in his letter to the immigration
department. August, 1912:
"We have equally as good if not
better prospects for crops this year as
we had three years ago, when our
wheat ranged -from 30 to 48 bushels
Ever feel that you can go no fur-
ther—that you must have rest for that
lame and aching back—relief froin that
! constant, dead-tired feeling?
j Have you suspected your kidneys?
| Kidney disease shows itself in back-
ache, nervous troubles and disorders
' of the kidney secretions. If tired,
worried, lame, rheumatic, dizzy and
! nervous don't let a possible weakness
of the kidneys escape attention until
; it turns into a case of gravel, dropsy
or Hright's disease.
pick kidneys go from bad to w-orse
Their useful work of filtering the blood
I is only partly done. Poisons Uiat
should be passed out w ith the kidney
secretions are held in the blood c r-
emating freely, attacking
nerves and vital organs The kidne.
inflame, swell and t|irob, and that is
the cause of sharp pains in the back,
or that dull, constant heavy ache.
For quick help use Doan's Kidney
Pills. No other kidney remedy is used
and recommended so generally. T;lk'"
them when you feel the first had
backache, or see the first disturbance
of the kidney secretions. Doan s have
.* a Story
brought mw life and strength ta thou-
sands of despairing men and women,
and there Is nothing in the remedy to
cause any harm or start a pill-taking
Here's the best of proof—testimony
from a grateful user.
Colorado Man Till' a Story of Awful
" What will hip my
l. M. Drake. 23: Klatl St.. Denver, Colo.,
iny. "I w tim had with kuln. y complaint
that 1 tti,.uglit I who "v
were u-rrtbly wwolli n mm I (oiilrtn t wu r
iii\ ■hin« M\ It ill I'll h w i I' < I two ami my
ti, nrt wn n t t'lRl rlpcht , I oft -n had Jo K"hj
tot br< ai h For month* I rouldn t wi-r*
nnd I couldn't holtbl. a hlock without tit-
tlnit down to r.Hi For ... v. nil days thm
wouldn't W ,i fr.. flow of th. kldm-y s. re-
tlnn. ami the |... o.„.o w. r, terribly oe.ld-
I,,.' | Hx'torit didn't h« lp m mm >iu r« "
ly otter r Mile.! \ relative wr..t«
me to no.- Hot." I. K i.l ii' y Hit. mill "V "rut
< > iTMHUlt wonderf"! rfllet. 1 lie kl'""; V
l SSI lime 1 went lm"2
Ui'work In p. ."! I Hi t mn'o
Hi.>n. .:ur< d ni< uml th< cur ' h <n ♦ n l> r-
mniVent I her. ■rTlv':
will I in.I nlioul my experience and MVO
Doan'o Kidney Pill. a trial.
per acre. I never believed such crops
could be raised until 1 saw them my-
aelf. I had 15 acres that year that
made 50 bushels to the acre. Our
harvest will be ready by the 12th
We have this season in crop 400 acres
of wheat. 125 of oats. 90 of flax and
run three binders with four men to
do the stooking. We certainly like
this country and the winters, although
the winters are cold at times, but we
do not suffer as one would think
What we have accomplished here can
be duplicated in almost any of the
"So you want to marry my daugh-
ter. What ie your financial standing?''
"Well, sir. I've figured out every ex-
emption possible. I've had the best
legal advice that money would secure,
I've done everything I could to dodge
it—and 1 still find that 1 can't entirely
escape paying an income tax."
"She's yours."—Cleveland Plain
"When Your Back is Lame-Rcmcrnbcr theNamg
•DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS
Price 50 cents. Fosler-Milburn Co- buffalo. N- V PtPP"c|ora
Omsk. Siberia, has become the out-
fitting point for an extraordinary mi-
gration, estimated at 2,000,000 people
annually, which pours into the country
bordering on Mongolia. Nothing in
Europe or Asia has ever been quite
so like the springing up of the great
cities of the American middle west
as is the growth today of new towns
in Siberia. Except that the tide is
moving east instead of west the move-
ment has many parallels to the won-
derful migration which won the west
for America. There are, however, two
striking differences. The first is that
the pioneering is comparatively luxu-
rious compared to the American move-
ment, while the natives, instead of be-
ing swept aside, are being absorbed
by intermarriage with the settler. The
ten-day journey up the Irtish river
from Omsk into the promised land is
nifade by steamboats which are the last
word in the luxury and convenience of
[ If you would cultivate a *ood disposi-
tion. select one hour it. each day and re-
1 solve to let nothlns ruffle you. The first
j week may record many failures, but
) keep at it and you will win. —Lloyd.
But Tells Facts About Postum.
A Wis. lady found an easy and safe
way out of the ills caused by coffee.
"We quit coffee and have used Pos-
tum for the past eight years, and
drink It nearly every meal. We never
tire of it.
"For several years previous to quit-
ting coffee 1 could scarcely eat any-
thing on account of dyspepsia, bloat-
ing after meals, palpitation, sick head-
ache—in fact was in such misery and
distress I tried living on hot water
"Hearing of Postum I began drink-
ing It and found it delicious. My ail-
ments disappeared, and now I can eat
anything 1 want without trouble.
"My parents and husband had about
the same experience. Mother would
often suffer after eating, while yet
drinking coffee. My husband was a
great coffee drinker and suffered from
indigestion and headache.
"After he stopped coffee and began
Postum both ailments left him. He
•will not drink anything else now and
we have it three times a day. I could
•write more but am no gusher—only
state plain facts."
Name given by PoBtum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Write for a copy of the
famous little book, "The Road to Well-
Postum now comes In two formB:
Regular Postum—must be well
boiled. 15c and 25c packages
Instant Postum—is a soluble pow-
der. A teaspoonful dissolves quickly
In a cup of hot water and, with cream
and sugar, makes a delicious bevei age
Instantly. 30c and 60c tins.
The cost per cup of both kinds Is
about the same.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
—sold by Grocer#.
! Dried orange peel, allowed to smoul-
1 der on a hot iron griddle will kill any
bad odor in a room, and will leave a j
s fragrance behind.
! The Paris Art Institute offered a
$10,000 prize for a preparation which j
] would clean delicate fabrics and not j
fade or injure the colors. The fol-
lowing simple remedy won the prize: j
Grate raw potatoes to a pulp, add a
pint of water to a pint of pulp, l'ass |
thiB liquid through a sieve, then allow
it to settle. Pour off the clear liquid,
which will be used for cleaning. Dip
a sponge in the liquor and apply it
to the fabric until the spots are re-
moved. Rinse in tepid water and
press with a warm iron on the wrong
A drink of water as hot as it can
| be taken, if carefully followed each
1 night, will cure evern obstinate cases
Gasoline or alcohol are wonderful
helps in keeping the frost from win-
dow panes. Care must be taken to
keep the gasoline away from the
I If a thin piece of cheesecloth is fas-
1 tened over the cold air duct it will
j keep out much dust and dirt.
When a tape gets away in the cas-
' lng run in a crochet hook and pull it
1 Chocolate is Improved by the ad-
dition of a few drops of vanilla in
the pot just before serving
Wash all eggs before using and
save the egg shells for cleaning cof-
Wafiles are much better made with
BOur milk and cream and the batter
Bread pudding flavored with choco-
late, adding It to the custard, makes a
A strip of flannel folded and dipped
in very hot water and wrung out,
then applied to the neck of a child
■with croup, will bring quick relief.
For all severe pains It is a simple and
Look. Mother! If tongue is
coated, give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Children love this "fruit laxative,
and nothing else cleanses, the tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely
A child simply w ill not stop playing
to empty the bowels, and the result is
they become tightly clogged with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
sours, then your little on becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat.
sleep or act naturally, breath is bad,
system full of cold, has sore thioat,
stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen,
Mother! See if tongue is coated, then
give a teaspoonful of "California
Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all
the constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the sys-
tem, and you have a well child again.
1 Millions of mothers give "California
Syrug of Figs" because it is perfectly
harmless; children love it, and it nev-
i er fails to act on the stomach, liver
| and bowels.
| Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle
I of "California Syrup of Figs," which
! has full directions for babies, children
; of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Adv.
j.je.—since you lost that bet, 1 tliink
1 can claim the forfeit.
She—j really don't know what you
mean; and, besides, some one might
see us.—Yale Record.
TANGLED SKEIN TO UNRAVEL
Matter of Relationship That Required
Quite a Little Skillful Figur-
ing to Get Right
"Look here, llinks," said Jinks,
"what I want to know is—who am I?
A short time ago I proposed to a girl
who, however, said she would prefei
to be excused. 1, therefore, excused
her, but a year later married her
mother. Then my trouble began.
"Soon after 1 was married, my
father married the girl who had re-
fused mf in other words, my daugh-
ter At least, up to that time she had
been my daughter, hut of course
when she married my father she be-
came my mother. But tills is not the
worst, as you will realize when 1 tell
you that by marrying my daughter
| my father, naturally, became my son.
"It would seem, therefore, that my
| father is my son nnd my daughter is
my mother; in which case 1 ask you
once more—who am 1?"
"So far as 1 can make out." replied
llinks, "your father's mother—I. e.
your wife—must be your grand
mother, and therefore, as you are
your grandmother's husband, you ap-
pear to he your own grandfather!
Hut, of course, I may be wrong."
Fogg reports that he overheard this
In the hook department of oue of our
Customer — Have you Arsold s
Salesgirl (turning to head of depart-
ment) Miss Simpson, have we Bene-
dict Arnold's poems?—Boston Tran-
Let Dean's Mentholated Cough Drops re-
lieve >ou of tliat ronpli and stop the
throat irritation fa at Drug Stores.
Success is merely a matter of sell
lng your experience for more than you
paid for it.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes make no
anteed to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will he promptly refunded
if Hunt's Cure falls to euro
I Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
,J Worm or any other Skin
Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail
diri-ct if he hasn't it. Manufactuted only by
A. B RICHARDS MEDICINE CO.. Sherman, Texas
Life Is full of paradoxes. Many a
dark secret comes to light
M THE BEST STOCK
jy f ca nni rc un «"rth
t f SADDLES
ublo prle«8, write for
) A H HESS & SON
305 Travis Si liou ton. Tm.
DRUG HOUSE ENJOINED
BY FEDERAL COURT
.fudge Jeremiah Neterer, of the
United States district court, to-day
granted a permanent injunction in be-
half of the Centaur Company of New
York, the manufacturers of Fletcher's
Castoria, against the Stewart &
Holmes I 'rug Company of this city.
The controversy arose from the sim-
ulating of the labels of this well-known
preparation, and from the evidence
tiled in the case it was shown that the
infringing label was first discovered
on sale in Honolulu, and was traced to
its origin here in Seattle.
The defendant company is one of
the oldest and largest concerns of its
kind in the Northwest.
The decree carries with it an order
that the Stewart & Holmes Company
recall the goods which are on the mar-
ket under the infringing label, and to
pay all costs in the suit and damages
assessed at $100.—Seattle, Wash.,
THE chance may he critical and cause untold
•I suffering in after-life. The modem young
woman i9 often a "bundle of nerves" - "high strung
—fainting spells-emotional - frequently blue antl
— ,'30% dissatisfied with life. Such girls_ should be helped
Mover this distressing stage in life—by a woman a
£1 tonic and nervine—that has proven successful for
over 40 years.
is a keen enemv to the physical witnesses ot woman. A medicine prepared by
It is siow obtainable in liquid or* ,Ogar-coated tablet form at th«
dr.* store—or send 50 one-cent itsnip. for
F «rr woman may writ* futly snd confidentially' to
|)r. Pierce and hi• staff of physician, ami Sp£iah ta
at the Invalid*' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo.
N. Y., and may ho sure that her case will receive rare-
ful, conscientious, confidential consideration, and that
experienced medical advice will be given to her tree.
OR. PIERCE-s PLEASANT PELLETS «*«'«'•
and ivtviirorat* ilomoc h, liv«r and bow .
Sugar coaled, liny granmlma matytolak* a candy.
Superb John D.
An efficiency engineer was talking
about presence of mind.
"For presence of mind," he said, "no-
body can equal John D.
"When John D. lived in Cleveland
bis next door neighbor said to him one
"Smlth'B cow got In my garden
yesterday and ate a lot of grass and
" 'Yes,' said John D. 'It got Into my
garden, too. I milked It to the value
of the damage done and then drove It
DEEP CRACKS ON JOINTS
P. O. Box 378, El Paso, Texas.—"My
trouble began December, 1911. It com-
menced on hie by causing a scurf-like
skin and my toe joints, finger joints
and lips commenced to crack and
split open. My finger cracks would
bleed all day long; the cracks were
very deep and my thumb seemed to
be cracked to the bone. My bands
were so bad that I had to sleep with
gloves on. The cracks in my lips
would bleed often during the day and
I used to put adhesive plaster across
them to try to keep them closed. My
toes would bleed, and I would find
blood in my socks when the day's
work was done. The skin around the
cracks was red and inflamed. 1 wore
shoes one size too large on account of
my feet being so sore. 1 used to be-
come frantic with pain at times. My
hands and feet used to smart,
"I suffered agony for four months.
I went to town and got some Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. From the time 1
commenced with the Cuticura Soap
and Ointment until completely cured
was just nineteen days." (Signed)
Jack Harrison, Nov. 19, 1912.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book AddresB post-
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv.
The Right Kind.
"What kind of a line would you rec-
ommend in a matrimonial expedition?'
"1 should say, a beau-line."
Joy for All.
"Optimists are right, provided they
are not unreasoning and excessive,
said a fusion leader at a fusion lunch-
eon in New York.
"The optimism of our opponents,'
he went on, "reminds me of Smith
A druggist said to Smith one night
at the lodge:
" 'There's a movement on foot to
make drugs cheaper.'
"'Good!' said Smith. 'Good' That
will bring sickness within the reach
of all!' "
In Dire Disgrace.
"What's the matter?"
"I'm in disgrace with my wife."
"She sent me down town to match
some liair. I got some like the sales-
lady's. I thought it was prettier
| Washington Herald.
•What induced you to cut your
"His very higbflown sentiments
about the duties of friendship. I was
afraid the day might come when I
couldn't afford thenv"
Sharp and Flat.
Mr. Phlat—1 must come and play
my violin for you some evening, Miss
Sharp. You like music, don't you?
Miss Sharp—1 do, indeed, Mr. Phlat,
but come all the same.—Judge.
The whistle on the engine makes the
most noise, but it doesn't help to pull
€/ I AMKI1SL TEVER
1NII Al L NOSE
AND THHOA! OISEHSFS
Cure, the sick and act. . a pr.v.ntivr for other.. Liquid elven on th.
tonaue. Sale for hrood m.re. nd all othera Bekt kidney remedy; 50, and
ir. bottle; 5 .nd .10 . do,en. Sold by .11 dr„**!,.. or« .foods
house., or sent, expre.. p.ld, by the manufacturer..
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chcmlsls. GOSHEN, INDIANA
Enjoy your evenings more |
: A fine, bright light these long evenings, helps I
: greatly in increasing the happiness and cheer in j,
j: your home. Furthermore, it means so much to the |
j; health of your eyes in reading, sewing or pursuing £
other occupations. Your lamp will give its brighest, |
steadiest light if you |
"EUPION" is beyond question, the best lamp oil pro-
duced—the quality is uniformly fine, no matter when or where
you get it. In using it you have none of th«,* disagreeable
features to contend with, such as smoked chimneys, charred
wicks, and there is no foul odor to pollute the air of the
home. Ask your dealer for "EUPION If he hasn t it,
afk him to get it, or write us.
PIERCE OIL CORPORATION
Home Office 420 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Hundred* of Agencies
Cleanest— Gives Most Power
PRlOi, si.oo, retail.
Because o« those ugly, grimy. gr«, h.lr.. Uss LA CREOLE
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