The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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CONSTIPATION pleasure in fruits
Fills are unl:k* all oth-
er laxatives or cathar
tica. Th coax the
liver into activity by
gentle methods, they
do oot scour, they do
not gripe; they do not
weaken; but they do
start all the secretions I
of the liver and stom-
ach in a way that soon |
puts these orguos in a j
healthy condition and
Pills are a tonic to the stomach, liver and j
nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken;
they tnrich the blood instead of impover-
ish iug it; they enable the stomach to get all
the nourishment from food that is put into
it Price 25 cents All L)ru£gis&.
Too Many People Are Huddled
Together in Big Cities.
GREEN FEED FOR CHICKENS NEARLY DEAD
If One Would Interest Himself In
Orcharding He Would Find All Na-
ture Soon Assuming New
Friendliness for Him.
Pettits Eve Salve
Silly people are usually happy, but
not all happy people are Hilly.
1MI.KS rrRKI) IN 8 TO 14 OA YN
Ynti r ill tiKM' '' ""i r.tnnd u.ouey If I'A/.O t'lNT-
MKNT t .ills «. cum any <•*«• <-f lichmg. Blind.
Mi- vd.ng uf 1'rutrudiug 1*1 lev* la a to 14 ti*/* Utu.
Many a slow man develops Into a
sprinter when he has a chance to run
When a pretty widow begins to
hand baby talk to a bachelor he
might as well surrender.
Dr.Pierre's Pleasant Pellets regulatemul Invijr
orate stomach, liver ami l>owels. f*ui:ar-coated,
tluy granules, easy to take as cauily. Adv.
"He Ik the most disagreeable man 1
"Yes, he told me he had to ask you
three times for five dollars you had
What's the Use?
"It did Jack no good to marry his
stenographer, for she continued the
habit of the ofllce in their home."
"When he starts to dictate she takes
Why, the Mean Thing!
"There's a sad case," said Mrs.
Jones, as she laid the paper on her
knees and wiped her spectacles. "A
bride struck dumb after leaving the
altar, and by last accounts she hadn't
recovered her speech."
"It's the way of the world, my dear,"
said old Mr Jones, with a sigh. "It's
the way of the world Some men have
all the luck."—P. I. P.
"Well, you can judge. I heard a
small boy ask him to help tie a tin
can to a dog's tail, yesterday, and he
didn't even stop to listen."
Head Bookkeeper Must Be Reliable.
The chief bookkeeper in a large
business house In one of our great
Western cities speaks of the harm
coffee did for him. (Tea is just as
Injurious because it contains caffeine,
the same drug found in coffee.)
"My wife and I drank our first cup
of Postum a little over two years ago
and we have used it ever since, to the
entire exclusion of tea and cofTee. It
happened in this way:
"About three and a half years ago
I had an attack of pneumonia, which
left a memento in the shape of dys-
pepsia, or rather, to speak more cor-
rectly, neuralgia of the stomach. My
'cup of cheer' had always been cofTee
or tea, but I became convinced, after
a time, that they aggravated my stom-
ach trouble. I happened to mention
the matter to my grocer one day and
he suggested that I give Postum a
"Next day It came, but the cook
made the mistake of not boiling it suf-
ficiently, and we did not like It much.
This was, however, soon remedied,
and now we like it so much that we
■will never change back. Postum, be-
ing a food beverage Instead of a drug,
has been the means of banishing my
Btomach trouble, I verily believe, for
I am a well man today and have used
"iuy work as chief bookkeeper in
our Co.'s branch house here is of a
very confining nature. During my cof-
fee-drinking days I was subject to
nervousness and 'the blues'. These
have left me since I began using Post-
um, and I can conscientiously recom-
mend it to those whose work confines
them to long hours of severe mental
exertion." Name given by Postum
Co.. IJattle Creek, Mich.
"There's a reason," and it is ex-
plained in the little book, "The Iload
to Wellville," in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
(By R. B. BUCKIIAM.)
What the great majority of people,
young and old. of today need more
than anything else is to be taught
how to enjoy the pleasures and ad-
vantages of life ia the country. When
one stops to think of it. what a shame
It Is that so many should be huddled
together and cooped up in .the great
cities, all the year round, when they
ought to be out In the open!
Recommend to a friend to try the
country, and you will doubtless And
him ready enough to make the at-
tempt, but in a week or so you will
quite likely see him coming back
again, bag and baggage. He did not
find It to his liking, and gave it up.
And It is only natural that he Rhould;
a result to be expected; for he was
simply out of his accustomed environ-
ment, and 111 at ease. He did not
know how to accustom himself to his
new surroundings, and so did not find
It is the outcome of the same prin-
ciple which will be seen at work in
many other fields of experience It is
said that when a person beholds the
sea for the first time, It rarely, if ever,
makes an impression upon him. It is
to him a wide expanse of water, and
that Is all. Rut as one comes to know
it better. Its many moods and ever-
changing aspects, it becomes at length
grand, impressive, awe-inspiring, and
an endless source of fascination.
It is so. too, with the works of the
great masters of the past. He who
looks upon even their greatest master-
pieces for the first time, usually won-
ders, If at all, that they should appeal
to others as they do. Rut as he
comes to be able to understand and
appreciate them, he too, feels their
all absorbing charm and noble inspira-
One must know how to appreciate
the country, in order to enjoy It. Con-
firmed city dwellers are accustomed
to btlng amused all the time. Ev<M-y
one of their waking hours must be
frittered away with foibles of one kind
or another, or they are miserable.
They will sit for hours and watch a
juggler perform his tricks, tiiough
they know them to be but a deception
all the time, and yet the great pro-
cesses of nature ma># go on before
them without arousing their interest
in the least! Rut if they only knew
how to find entertainment in the
changing seasons, the great dramas of
seedtime and harvest, the story would
be a vastly different one. It is said
that the Danish, wholly an agricul-
tural people, are the happiest in the
None need ever lack occupation and
entertainment for all of his time, when
once he has made ffiends with na-
ture. Take for example fruit grow-
ing. If one would but interest him-
self In this one branch of agriculture
he would find all nature assuming a
new frleudllness for him. There is a
companionship to be gotten out of the
care and observation of trees, very
real and satisfying. Says Thoreau,
the seer of Walden Pond, "Sympathy
with the fluttering alder and poplar
leaves almost takes away my breath."
Since the dawn of creation the trees
have housed and fed the race, and
yet some in these latter days have so
drifted away from this old-time part-
nership of interests as to become al-
most complete strangers to their old-
time benefactors. Surely, this should
not be! It is unnatural and unwhole-
some. Do not fall to renew the old
alliance with the trees. It will bring
you a new hold upon life, and heJp
to heal the long-time breach between
you and mother earth.
Moderate Amount Acts as Appetizer,
Keeps Digestion Good and Whole
Works Running Smooth.
(By FROr. JOHN WILLARD BOLTK.)
Our women folks say we need let-
tuce because it is good for our In-
side*. They also set*k to^ force upon
us dandelions, spinach, beet tops and
all manner of greens, usiug the same
Now what we want to know Is this
If we admit that green foods are good
for us. which we do for the sake of
argument only, what's the reason"
They contain about 99 per cent wa-
ter. which comes too expensive in this
form, and the rest is mostly Just
plain green color. There's a tract' of
fiber and a trace of starch, a little
mineral food and that's all. Then
w here Is the virtue? One cannot very
well say. but it's a proven fact, that
a moderate amount of gret-n food acts
LINCOLN RELIC TO BE RAZED CUimK MID IRON-THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Timely Advice of Mother Relieve!
Terrible Suffering of Daughter,
and Pos«ibly Pievents an
j Toy Shop In Washington. Made Fa-
mous by War President, Soon
to Be Demolished
Washington—During the month of
February, when Lincoln's birthday was
I celebrated, a legend that is known to
but few people and was brought to
mind by tl*> announcement that the
little store shown In the Illustration
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and
You kndw what you are tnking when
vou take C,ROVE'S TASTELESS chill
Ready Kv —In the following advices
from this plac*-. Mrs Laura llrat« her
says: was not ablf to do anything
for nearly six months and was down J
In bed for three months
I cannot tell you how I sufTored
with my head, and with nervousness
and womanly troubles
Our family doctor told my husband
he could not do me any good, and he
had to give It up We tried another
doctor, but he did not help me
At last my mother advised me to
take Cardut. the woman's tonic. I
, thought it war no use ' -r I was marly
as an appetizer. k «eps the digestion (lf,ad B|](j no,hlng se -med to do me
good and the whole works running | any ROod, but I used eleven bottles,-
smoother. j and was then able to do all of my
So It 1b with the hens, whose appe- j work and my own washing
tlte and tastes come closer to that of I think ( ardul Is the b ?it medicine
the human belnn than any oth.-r .1.- j '"e^orl^ My weight ha. Increa.ed,
tneafc bea.t, except the p„ She eat. | -d Mo*.*ct™ of he.H^ ^
grain, whole or ground, cooked mea |t hug donp fo(. mfy
or raw, vegetables of all kinds In all Remember that Cardul is a mild,
shapes, green food, salt, charcoal and BRfe remedy, composed of valuable
lime, and she drinks what we do, out- I medicinal ingredients, which help to
side of Intoxicants She will eat any- build up vitality, tone up the nerves,
thing we will and lots of things that and strengthen the entire womanly
In the past half century ("ardul has
relieved more than a million women.
Why shouldn't it do the same for you?
Try It. It may be Just what you need
,0 be torn down to tna.e way for a I £,NIC.
more pretentious structure.
This building houses the "Toy
Shop," which has been doing business
since before Lincoln's administration
N. B — Writ,t tf Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn.. tor
i Sftcul Inttru. ti,mi on your caw and b4 page book,
"Home Treatment for Women." aent in plain
i wrapper. Adv.
A Good Feeder.
we won't. The hen needs green feed j
for all the reas( s that we need it
and for several private ones of her
own. The most important one of the 1
private reasons is the color of the
yolk of her eggs.
We all know how pale the yolk of
most eggs are In w inter. Perhaps you i
have never figured out why this is,
but Just charged it to cold storage or
something like that. The fact is that
perfectly fresh eggs have much light-
er yolks in winter than they do in
summer, and the reason is lack of
In summer the hen picks up leaves
and stems and all manner of succulent
green stuff. This green matter, or at
least the coloring part of it, is chang-
ed to orange or yellow in the hen's
body and the result is deep-tinted
yolks. So it is necessary to feed lay-
ing hens green feed the year round,
both for her health and the color of
i Chill and Fever Remedy and (General
Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as
the stiongest bitter tonic, but you do not
taste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis-
solve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggi*t. We mean
RELIEVES PUN UNO HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Heating OiL Prevents Blood
Poisoning. An Antiseptic Surgical
Dressing discovered by an Old
R. R. Surgeon.
Thousands of families know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR«
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL the tu st woadtrfll remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, I arbuncles. Granulated Eye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist.
We mean it. 25c. bOc. $1.00
There is Only One "BROMO yi'lNlNE" That ia LAXATIVE BROMO Ql'ININB
Look for signature of E W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c„
WHY INCUBATOR CHICKS DIE
SHE WASN'T SKEPTICAL.
Write for book aavlnff yo<mg -ii
iiatneH of 7 friendn that um lixu
U>ok free. U*la U Remedy
No Place to Indulge In Small Talk.
The small son of a devout Kansas
City father was visiting his grand-
parents. The sun had Just come out
after a long rainy season and the
head of the family, in saying grace
at the breakfast table, gave thanks for
the bright morning and the beauti-
"Why, grandpa!" Interrupted the
youngster, accustomed to a stereo-
typed form of worship and shocked at
what he considered his grandfather's
Irreverence You must pray—don't
talk to God about the weather'*
Lincoln Relic Demolished.
"Mebby youse wouldn't berlieve it,
ma'am, but 1 como uv purty good
"Oh! I don't doubt It. Anyone can
ee that it has never been watered"
"How is it there's roast hare on the
menu again today?"
Waitress—Well, it ate the canary
ITCH Relieved in 30 Minutos.
ord't Sanitary I,ollon for all Wind* of
ous Itch. At DrutfKtstH. Adv.
It's the easiest thing In the world
to Instruct another how to do things.
began. It Is just the same now as
then, and countless children during all
those years have been pleased by toys
It is said that the "martyred presi-
dent" used to walk down to this shop
with his son "Tad" to allow the young-
ster to feast his eyes on the countless
treasures of childhood displayed for
On one of these trips and at tho
time when Lincoln could find no suit-
able commander-in-chief for bis army,
"Tad" teased his father to buy him i
a company of tin soldiers. These gaily
decorated toys stood on wooden ped-
estals, but tho tin general was broken j
and would not stand. The clerk In j
charge suggested that a fine upstand-
ing captain might do for a commander
and the sale was made. It is said that i
the suggestion made a deep Impres-
sion on the president and that from It
HAIR CAME OUT BY HANDFUL I he found a way out of his difficulty.
' Soon after the purchase tile announco- i
68 Lewis St.. Nashville, Tenn.— 1 n >nt came that Captain Ulysses S.
"About three years ago 1 had the ma- I Grant had been made commauder-iu
Mandy—This writer says that col-
lege life decreases the desire of girls
Hiram—It may be that it decreases
the desire of the young fellows to
j marry 'em. |
RETAIN FERTILITY OF SOIL
Two Best Way* Are Rals'ng Stock and
Keeping Manure Spreader Busy
at All Times.
Raising stock and keeping a manure
spreader busy are the two best ways
of maintaining fertility in the soil
Don't rob the 'land continuously and
The Old Way.
The New Way
laria fever, and when I recovered my ( chief of the army.
hair was failing out so that the doc-
tor told me to cut It off. My hair came
out by the handful, and I had dandruff
so that I had to scratch It out every
week, and my scalp Itched so that I
PLANT THE ENGLISH WALNUT | pulled my hair all down trying to
s scratch it. I tried and and
No Particular Soil Required, But I but they failed to do any good
Should Not Be Set Out Where At last I tried Cuticura Soap and Oint-
Ground ..Low and Wet. ment.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ , 0, Servill ,hr0Ugh the magni-
TOWN MOURNS SLAIN SOLDIER
Only One of Its Reserves Reported
Killed In War With the
Belgrade—The Servian town of
Zaltchar has been rehabilitated in the
As to planting and cultivating, Eng-
lish walnut trees seem to require no
particular soil, but should not be set
out where it is low and wet. The
trees should be planted 40 to 50 feet
apart each way. A cultivated crop,
such as corn or potatoes, with small
fruit trees for fillers, can be made to
yield an income for the brief period,
comparatively, before the walnut# be
gin to bear. The pruning should be
done between fall and spring, oaly
such branches as would interfere with
cultivation being removed.
In planting on the lawn the ground
about the base of the tree should be
kept spaded for three feet in circum-
ference, and after the first year some
well-rotted manure should be worked
into the soil around the tree. No cul-
tivating should be done after the first
of August, as it would encourage fur-
ther growth, and from then until win-
ter the annual growth of wood is
ripening and hardening
a parting on the side and rubbed my
scalp with the Cuticura Ointment. The
next morning I washed with the Cuti-
cura Soap and water, and continued
until the third application gave a com
plete cure." (Signed) Mies Nellie
M. Currin, Dec. 6. 1911.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Rook Address
post-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."
Not at All Inspiring.
Friend—"How did your sermon go
off? Was the congregation inspiring?"
Hector "No, she snored."
Ciossips repeat everything they hear
—and a lot they don't.
HOW THEY GOT THEIR NAMES
Camellas Were Named In Honor of i
Mislonary Kamel, Who Brought
Beautiful Flower to Country.
Kidneys and Bladder
Contain* No Hubit ForminK Pror*
flcent funeral of Reserve Corporal Si-
mon Cieorgevltch, town clerk, slain
at Monastir. Although Zaltchar had
done Its duty In sending two-thirds of
Its male population to tho war. fate
decreed that most of them returned
safe and sound and the rest with but
slight bullet wounds.
Zaltchar had neither cripple nor
corpse as the result of its valor, and
this led to invidious comments from
the inhabitants of other villages who
had suffered severe losses in life and
The death of Corporal Simon, who
fell at Monastir. saved the reputation
of his native place, and all Zaltchar
turned out to do honor to hla mpinory
when the body was brought back.
Every man, woman and child wore
some black token, public "keening,"
a custom fallen Into disuse, was re-
I vived, the church bell was rung as for
i the death of a bishop and finally a
j collection was made beside the open
grave for the erection of a monu
The young man entered the presi-
dent's office and stood first on one
foot and then on the other. He
dropped his hat. handkerchief and um-
brella. Altogether he was a highly
developed case of nervousness.
"Well, well," said the employer.
"Out with it!"
"I have come, sir," said the young
man, and then began to stammer.
"Well, speak up. Have you come
to ask for the hand of my daughter
or a raise In salary?"-'
"If you please, sir." stammered the
young man. "it's both."—Exchange.
SUFFERED FOR 25 YEAHd.
Mr. R. M. Fleenor, R. F. I). 39. Otter-
bein, Ind., writes: "I had been a suffer-
er from Kidney Trouble for about 23
years. I finally got so bad that I had
to quit work, and
doctors failed to do
me any good. I kept
getting worse all the
time, and it at last
turned to inflamma-
tion of the Bladder,
*9^and I had given up
Lffr all hope, when one
day 1 received your
^ little booklet adver-
R. M. Fleenor. tlslng your pills, and
resolved to try them. I did, and took
only two boxes, and I am now sound
and well. I regard my cure as remark-
able. I can recommend Dodd's Kidney
Pills to any one who Is suffering from
Kidney Trouble as I was." Write to Mr.
Fleenor about this wonderful remedy.
Dodd's Kidney Pills, BOc. per box at
your dealer or Dodd't Medicine Co..
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and reci-
pes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent free.
Some men are never satisfied until
they have troubles that drive them
No Inventor has been able to pro-
duce a noiselesB flat wheel as yet.
To Women §
Do Not Delay
5 If you are convinced that 3
S your sickness is because of ■■
S some derangement or dis- g
j oa« distinctly feminine, g
S you ought at once bring £
£ to your aid a
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
S It acts directly on the S
2 organs affected and tones 2
S the entire system.
~ Ask Your Druggist S
Get a Canadian Home
In Western Canada's
Free Homestead Area
For Grain Growing
and Cattle Raising
give nothing back to it. That method
has been tried very often. It does
Do not let the manure pile up be-
hind the barn and go to waste. Get
it out on the fields. It will do more
Fuchsias were so called because |
they were discovered by Leonard j
Dahlias were named for Andre Dahl,
who brought them from Peru.
The Camellia was named from a
missionary named Kamel, who
brought some magnificent specimens
of the flower to France from Japan.
He called it the rose of Japan, but I
his friends changed it in his honor. j
Magnolias were so called because
Prof. Magnol de Montpellier first |
brought this beautiful tree to France j
from America and Asia. TAKE
Anemones mean trembling with the ,
wind—hence their name.
Lavender received its name be- j
cause the Romans put the delicate j
flowers into the water where they j
washed, to perfume their hands.
lavare being tlie,Latin word, to wash.
Change for Fowls.
Turnips, cabbage, beets and all
such make good food and furnish
Circumvent Feed Bills.
Circumvent large feed bills by
growing plenty of protein feeds on the j grateful change, which the fowls ap-
farm I predate
DOGS TO GET MURDERER
Two Oregon Men Will Trail a Murder-
er In the Mountains—Are After
antccd to stop and portiand, Ore —After spending sev.
permanently cure that era) mon(h8 (n tra|nln(; bloodhounds>
terrible itching. It is Cjiarjea gmlth and Walter Nagel. two
compounded for that porth,nd young men, announced they
purpose and your money wouid g0 into the Olympic mountains
wilLbe_r^P^y rcflinded | in western Washington in search of
John Turnow, whose insatiable desire
| to kill has earned for him the sobri-
I quet of the "Beast-Man."
j Turnow has been hiding in the moun-
' tains for two years, following the al-
I leged killing of his two nephews. Four
deputy sheriffs sent to search for
him have never returned, and tho
bodies of two lumbermen, who cam
upon him suddenly, weie found under
a covering of moss and leaves.
Armed with sawed-off shotguns and
provisions for months, the young men
say they will keep on the trail of the
"beast-man" until the hounds track
him down when they will shoot Aim.
Smith and Nagel admit that the 11.000
in rewards offered for the capture
Turnow dead or alive is the incen-
if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch, Eczema, l etter, King
Worm or any other Sk n
Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail
direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only by
A. B RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Tews
Tne fir-t ofl< n n-fonl-hcs the invi lul
giving cla>tlcity of mind, buoyancy ot body,
regular bowels and solid flesh. Price, 25 ct
3Hcst Conf h Syrup. Tutu i
In time. Sold by Drnj
**T0R COUGHS AND COLDS
Stable aurlonltnr* *b«>w* an
ken p<-rlod of over a quarter
of a Ontury.
Perfect eli mat*: good markets;
railways convenient: soil the very
best, and social condlUona noel
Vacant lands adjacent to Free
IlouicMeadM in ay be pun-hased
and also In tho older district#
lands can be bought at reason-
tor further particular* write to
Q. A. COOK.
12S W. Ilk STREET. KANSAS CUT. WJ
Canadian Government Agenta. or
address Huperlntendent of
1 iiiuilgrai lull, OtUwa,CwU«.
Treat it the way Nature
intended and you will al-
ways be well repaid.
Help it when there aresigns
of weakness or distress,and
you have the secret to con-
tinued good health.
The first real aid to a weak
11 restores the appetite,aids
digestion, keeps the liver
and bowels active and im-
proves yourgeneral health.
WE URGE A TRIAL TODAY
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