The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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" THE DAVENPORT NEW ERA
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By All Means-TRY
The Point of View.
They Bat over their coffee at the
fashionable table d'hote.
Her eyes having swept the room
she turned to him. "Do you notice
what beautiful hands the young wom-
an opposite has?"
He confessed he did not.
Presently pursuing her surrey she
asked. "Do you observe the latent
spirituality In the dark dreamy eyes
of the young man with her?"
He confessed he did not.
She was a brilliant authoress—he
TO BE DONE
For Failing Health of Young Daugh-
ter. Put Faith in Cardui and
Glad Now They Did.
Georgetown, Fla.—"When I was
about 16 years old," writes Mrs. J. C.
Tucker, of this place, "my mother had
me take Cardui... I... suffered great
pain In stomach and back... I and my
mother both knew I must have some-
thing for we knew I was getting
steadily In worse health all the time.
"Before taking the Cardui, we had
Dr. ... He treated me for
about 6 months. I didn't get any per-
manent relief, so we quit his medicine,
and I began taking Cardui. I had got
thin, and my face was thin with no
•color, except that It was dark, espe-
cially dark circles under the eyes.
Then I had begun to bloat, In both
face and abdomen, the family feared 1
was taking dropsy. At the appearance
of these 'dropsy' symptoms was when
we felt we must have some change, so
we got the Cardui, and I began tek
"After the use of one bottle I felt
much improved, the bloating had all
disappeared, the pains relieved... 1
got well and healthy as could be,
weighed 14C pounds. Became a strong,
well girl... Also It's the finest tonic
for young girls 1 know of."
Your druggist has Cardui for sale.
Try It. It may be Just what you neod.
Beauty Fills the House.
"Is she pretty?"
"Pretty? Why, that girl 1b so
pretty that plenty of fellows are glad
to call on her father and mother."—
The mind Is master of the man.
And so they can who think they can.
A diligent man can always find lei-
sure, a laxy one, never.
Cut stale bread Into lengths the size
of the finger, dip Into milk and put
Into a greased tin to
bake In the oven until
crisp. Spread with mar
malade or jam after put-
ting on a thin coating of
butter and serve hot.
To keep the baby off
the floor and yet give
him exercise, place two
table leaves on his bed,
cover with a carpet and
he will be able to sit or stand with
no fear of a fall or a cold.
When putting a casserole Into the
oven see that there Is no moisture
on the outside, as carelessness in this
matter often causes chipping and
A good brown cake recipe may be
made by using cracklings for short
en lug. To two cupfuls of chopped
cracklings add a cupful of brown sugar,
one-half cupful of seeded raisins, a
teaspoonful of cinnamon, one-fourth o!
a teaspoonful of cloves, one-fourth of
a teaspoonful of allspice. Into a cup
drop an egg, three-fourths full of milk,
and add one and a fourth cupfuls of
llour,- sifted with two tablespoonfuls
of baking powder and a fourth of a
teaspoonful of salt. Drop in gem
pans and bake.
Pineapple Pudding.—Dry three
slices of stale bread until cHsp, then
roll or put through the meat grinder.
To the bread crumbs add one cupful
of flour, one tablespoonful of butter
and one-half cupful of sugar, one cup-
ful of milk, one-half cupful of pine-
apple Juice, and two slices of the
fruit with two teaspoonfuls of bak-
ing powder, combine In the order
given, pour Into a buttered dish and
bake 20 minutes. Serve with a
sauce made by cooking together two
tablespoonfuls of butter and flour, add
a cupful of pineapple Juice and a ta-
blespoonful of lemon .ulce, a cupful
of sugar and a grating of nutmeg.
Spice Pudding.—To two cupfuls of
graham bread crumbs add one well-
beaten egg, one pint of sour milk,
one teaspoonful of soda, one cupful
of sugar, a cupful each of chopped
dates and nuts, one tablespoonful of
butter and spices to taste. Bake In a
moderate oven and serve with
WAYS WITH VEGETABLES.
But happy they, thrice happy, who
The art to mix these sweets with due
Better Is oaten bread today than
Most American cooking of vege
tables is poorly done, and for that rea-
son we do not secure !
sufficient nutriment from
them to satisfy hunger j
and keep the body in
perfect physical condi
tion. Those who study
the proper methods of
vegetable cookery do
not crave meat, because
their vegetables are delicately flavored
and delieiously seasoned. The aver
age cook cooks the life all out of the
vegetable In the water and then throws
that away, retaining the mere waste
Mustard Greens.—Wash the mustard
leaves and put them on to cook with
no water, adding as little as possible j
to keep from scorching. If the greens
are cut in shreds before being put on
to cook thej will cook quicker. Sprin-
kle with salt, pepper and cornmeal, us-
ing a tablespoonful of the latter; let
cook until tender and the meal is thor-
Eggplant With Tomatoes.—Peel and
cut eggplant into inch cubes. Melt a
tablespoonful of butter in a saucepan
and put in the eggplant, one cupful of
.omatoe.-i and one small onion, chopped
very fine. Season with salt and pep-
per, cayenne and ground cloves, nut-
meg. ginger, mustard and cinnamon.
Cook uutil the eggplant is thoroughly
Vegetable Salad.—Mix equal parts
of shredded cabbage and celery, a
good sized apple and a tablespoonful
IS SELDOM SOLD NOW
Calomel Salivates! It Makes You Sick and You Lose a Day's Work—Dodson's
Liver Tone Acts Better Than Calomel and Is Harmless for
Men, Women, Children—Read Guarantee!
Every druggist here, yes! your druggist and
everybody's druggist lias noticed a great falling-
off in the sale of calomel. They all give the
same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its
"Calomel is dangerous and people know it while
Dodson's Liver Tone is safe and gives better re-
sults," said a prominent local druggist. Dodson's
Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by every
druggist. A large family-sized bottle costs only 50
cents and if you find it doesn't take the place of
dangerous, salivating calomel you have only to ask
for your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-tasting, pure-
ly vegetable remedy, harmless to both children
and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine, no sick headache, biliousness, ague,
sour stomach or clogged bowels. Dodson's Liver
Tone doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all next
day like calomel.
Take a dose of calomel tonight and tomorrow
you will feel sick, weak and nauseated. Don't lose
a day's work!
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
You'll know it next morning because you will
wake up with your head clear, your liver active,
bowels clean, breath sweet and stomach regulated.
You will feel cheerful and full of vigor and ready
for a hard day's work.
You can eat anything afterwards without risk
of salivating yourself or your children.
Get a -bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and try it
on my guarantee. You'll never again put a dosa
of nasty, dangerous calomel into your stomach. Adv.
Rule of a Higher Court.
"Do you realize, John Hays, that
you are guilty of contempt of court,
sir, and that you may be sent to the
chain gang for six months for refus-
ing to go home quietly? 1 will per-
mit you to Join your family. It your
court conduct shows you worthy of
parole. Once again, . . . will you go
directly home from here?" Tlie'Judge
was plainly indignant.
But llays merely shivered and stub
bornly shook his bead, "No, sir."
"Am I to understand you prefer Jail
of onion, all cut fine, with a good j to home?" his honor demanded. "Have
salad dressing. Serve well chilled on
Cabbage and Onions.—Shred a cab-
bage and put Into a kettle with a ta
blespoonful of oil or butter, add a
chopped onion, cayenne pepper and
salt and cover closely to cook in its
own steam. The onion may be fried
In butter before adding, which makes
a difference In the flavor of the dish
Sauted Radishes.—Use the large,
white ones, cut In small pieces and add
butter or oil and cook them In their
own steam, adding more water If need-
ed, but leaving none when they are
ready to serve. Season with salt, mus
tard and turmeric.
Every woman thinks she Is a prima
donna when It comes to pu'ting a
baby to sleep.
about results in
baking if you use
It has been a stand-
by for a quarter of
a century. Guaran-
teed under all
pure food laws.
OUT OF THE COOKY JAR.
Character Is built out of circum-
stances. From exactly the same ma-
terials one rr^rt builds palaces. while
another builds hovels.—G. H. Lewes.
Oatmeal In various forms Is good for
children, and when made Into simple
cakes without spice la
wholesome and nutri-
tious. A point to be re-
membered when using
oatmeal: If It is to be
w.eli digested It must he
well cooked, and the time
It takes to hake small
cakes containing oatmeal
is not sufficient to cook the meal so j
I that It will be digested. Treat the oat-
[ meal to a good, strong heat In the I
j Dven, stirring It as one did coffee in |
, the old days, when it was browned at |
] home. After this good baking It will
be slightly brown. Then put it through
the fine cutter of the meat grinder,
and It is ready to use In cakes, and !;
will not be too much cooked If usel
In oatmeal bread.
Scotch Cookies.—Take 2H cupfuls
of oatmeal, prepared as for the drop
cookies, two cupfuls of (lour, adding
another half cupful to use for rolling
out the cookl s. one cupful of sugar,
two eggs well beaten, three tablespoon-
fuls of milk, three-quarters of a tea-
spoonful of aoda, one-half cupful of
butter, one-third of a cupful of beef
drippings, one teaspoonful of salt, one
tablespoonful of spices, cinnamon, nut-
meg, and clove mixed. Mix as usual,
and set aside on Ice, or, even better,
let stand over night before rolling out.
A sharp cutler Is needed for cutting.
Oatmeal Drops.—Take a cupful of
butter and o'her shortening, mixed and
Boftened; add a cupful of sugar, two
eggs, two cupfuls each of flour and
rolled oats, five tablespoonfuls of milk,
a teaspoonful of cinnamon, one-half
teaspoonful each of salt and soda,
mixed with the flour; one cupful each
of raisins and walnuts, finely chopped.
These may, by mixing, be put through
the chopper easily. Drop the dough by
half teaspoc nfuls. two Inches apart, on
baking shetfts, and bake In a moderate
London has 73,500 miles of overhead
telegraph and telephone wires and
921,000 miles underground.
Carbons for lights and electrome-
chanical purposes are being made
from tar by a new Swedish process.
Lake Baikal, in Asia, iB Ui danger of
losing Its distinction as the deepest
body of fresh water In the world Re-
ccnt souudlugs Indicate that Lake
Tanganyika, In Africa, 1# entitled to
you no conscience?
it ain't my conscience. Judge,"
Hays replied sadly, "it's my mother-
in-law. She dared me to come back."
—Case and Comment.
KANSAS DRUGGISTS ENDORSE
IRIS KIDNEY MEDICINE
BOTH PLEASED AT MEETING
Dejected Maiden and Her Caller
Alike in Rejoicing at Settlement
Dejectedly reclining on a couch, a
tear splashing stealthily down her
cheek, the gentle Jane was sorrowfully
thinking of the past. She had one
of those back action brains, you un-
derstand, eh, what?
With hair the color of the raven's
wing—eyes of midnight blue—cheeks
of white and rose—teeth of pearl—
ah, she was a specimen of flawless
perfctlon! The kings of the earth
had wooed her, but all—all had been
spurned with sweet contempt. Even
the Jacks had failed.
She was very miserable, for the
night before she had quarreled with
her own, her proud and haughty Paul.
Would he call tonight? Would he,
I have been selling Dr. Kilmer's '' .
Swnmp-Koot ever since it was introduced j A step is heard a ring is rung a
in this city, and I can truthfully say that voice la speaking. Ah, yes, It Is he!
it lias produced nothing but perfectly A s|gh of relief escaped her as she
Some people even
their fun seriously.
seem to tak<
Spartan Women Suffered Untold Torturei
but who wants to be a Spartan? Takt
"Femenina" for all female disorder*.
Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv.
Riches used to take wings, but now-
adays ^aeroplanes take riches.
Always sure to please, Red Crou llall
Illue. All grocers sell it. Adv.
Matrimony has destroyed many a
Mike my mortal dreams enmp true
With til-- work I fatn tvoulil tlo:
Clothe with life the weak Intent:
Let ma be the thin* I meant.
—John G. Whlttler
Place a heel of a loaf of French
bread, rubbed with a Bllce of onion or
a clove of garlic in the
salad bowl and heap the
salad over it.
A Spanish onion
scooped out makes a
pretty salad dish; also
a cabbage head hollowed
and filled with a salad
garnished with nastur
tiums placed on the chop
plate with the cabbage.
Beautiful and wonderfully attractive
are the salads for a wedding served in
the cups of a white rose, garnished
with rosebuds and twigs and leaves
Tie wh|Jp meat of chicken would seem
to be the only appropriate salad foi
si'cn an elysian feast.
Fish salads are usually marinated,
while It Is not necessary to do so with
Warm gingerbread, cottage cheese
and apple sauce are delicious together
Cut celery in 2V4-lnch pieces and
split In narrow strips, cut nearly to
the center, from both ends. Ttl'row
Into cold water and let them curl.
Use these as a garnish for a whole to
A tablespoonful of butter makes but
ter pats of good size.
Garnish butter pats with Borrel, clo-
ver or buttercups.
Fresh fruit served with a pyramid
of pondered sugar In the center of the
dish is a most attractive arrangement
The powdered sugar may be molded In
a small glass, by pressing It, then care-
Popovers may be used as shells for
entrees of various kinds.
Sweetbreads should be parboiled in
water with a bit of lemon Juice or vln
One Chinese province annually ex-
ports more than 150,000 tonB oi' pea
nuts, all because an American mis
slonary several years ago gave a na
tlve convert a quart of California seed.
A patent for a paper umbrella,
claimed to be perfectly waterproof,
has been granted to its New York in-
Typhus germs are said to be mor«
deadly among German soldiers than ta
the Russians. The latter seem to hav«
developed a higher degree of resit-
sntitiried customers ever since I have
ed it over my counters. All of my patrons
ay k ia a remedy of merit in kidney, liv-
er and bladder trouble, and I believ" it
must be a tine remedy else my customers
would not ail claim that they were bene-
Very trulv yours,
L. J. IIAINES, Druggist,
Dec. 18th, 1913. Galena. Kansas.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
lJinghamton. N. Y., for a sample size bot-
tle It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet o( valuable infor-
mation, telling about the kidneys and blad-
der. When writing, be sure nnd mention
this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
turned down the light.
The visitor enters. With her eyes
dimmed, ahe bounded forward and
"Oh, darling, I'm so glad you came,
as I want you to settle our differ-
ences," and she sighed contentedly on
"Well, I'm very glad to hear you're
going to settle that bill," replied the
'Twas the Iceman.
Hon it on fumd
Balsam of Myrrh
A LI N I Ml NT
For Cuts, Burn*,
Strains, Stiff Neck,
disengaging himself coldly- Chilblains, Ume Back,
No May Queen.
"Can I borrow your lawn mower,
Mr. Subbubs? I want to mow my lawn
in the morning."
"How far do you live from here?"
"About half a mile."
"All right, you can have it. From
hat distance you won't get me
RED, ROUGH, PIMPLY SKIN
Quickly Cleared by Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Trial Free.
He Did Write "Them Plays."
.Tames T. Fields, one of the notable
puhll hera and also a man of letters,
relates that when he went to Stratford
he met a native of that country. He
told the native that he had come to
see the home of Shakespeare.
"That's all right," said the man of
Warwickshire, "hut for my part 1 don't
believe Shakespeare would bo heard
of now If he hadn't wrote them plays."
Old Sores, Open Won
and all External Injuries.
Made Since 1846. A,Sb0Au7ud*
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
■ ,, _ , OK WRITE
Every Woman Want*
You may rely on these fragrant,
super-creamy emollients to care for
your Bkln, scalp, hair and hands. Noth-
ing better to clear tho skin of pimples,
blotches, redness and roughness, the
scalp of dandruff and Itching and the
Lands of chapping and soreness.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard. Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
The per capita wealth of our coun-
try, says one of the unquestionable
statisticians, was In 1S50, and Is
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottlo of
CASTOH1A, a safo and sure remedy tor
Infants und children, and see that It ,
Signature of |
In Vse for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
cuiiurKU, auu ocii iuai 11
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for douches stops
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and tnflam~
ma ti on. Recommended by Lydia E.
Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years.
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
•ore throat and sore eyes. Economical.
Hu extraordinary cJ earning and germicidal power.
Sample Free. 50c. all drugguU. of postrwuj by
^ rnair. TKe Paston Tod at Company. tUlun. Man. ^
Sergeant (at drill)—Company! two
paces forward, march!
Old Countrywoman (looking on)—
That's Just like them officers! Couldn't
he *ake two paces farrard 'isself, In-
stead o' moving the whole regiment?
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
Cutt.r'a Bii.Mh Pill*. Low*
rit for b-xikl-t tn.l lo.Miu mU.i.
10 dot. ekp. BlMhl.f PlIU $i 00
50 do*. c>g. Dlukltf Fill! 4 1)0
!' c t' 1 Injnlr. I ''it CutWl
Thfl luperlnrltr of Cultwr product# U (lu. to w IS
*'i r,r i cUUil[Lf In vftMln.a and Mruml only.
Inilit on Cuttw'l. if unobuUul'l*. order .tlrpct.
j Tli. Cutt.r Laioraloo, B(rutin. CH . or CtlMia. Ilk
It Is said ti.at a 8t. Louis widow
noted for her garrulity hangs the late
lamented's hat on the hack of a chair
and talks at It for hours at a stretch.
kits, Ern.kphy, fai.i.im; hick.nkms
Mntipi'tl Oulrklv. Kiltjr r,'iir> f t.' Itturritpt. 1
Mi I'**, of In K r.'' . Kpiiff",* M-'ilu int- Ins utii
U.' .tiH rimiilth X.AMI ' I i-l-Al. Hon i.t Httk. lilt.
HI.INK lOMI'ANV, K«ii Hunk. N. J. Adr
Kvery time anything disagreeable
happens to the average married man
lils wife gets busy and reminds him
that she warned him In advance.
that your heart's all right. Make
sure. Take "Renovlne"—a heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adr.
The coat of a horse Is the gift of
miture, but the coat of a donkey la
often the work of a tailor.
Milliona of rmrticulnr ironifn now mi
end recommi-nit lted Croni Hall lllue. All
THI8 18 THE AGE OF YOUTH.
You will look ten years younger if you
darken your ugly, griitly, gray hairs by
uitug "La Creole" Hair Dressing—Adv.
And many a man has managed to
;;et out of a bad scrape by letting his I
| whiskers grow.
▲ to 11 at pr*p*raUon of maril
flelpa t<. eradicate dandrna.
For Restoring Color and
Joaut y toGra v or Faded Hair.
60c. and 11.00 at[
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No, 23-1916.
Some people never have a chance
because they are unahls to recognize
one when they see It.
fhousands of Suffering Women
Thia m«licln« ia sruarmnteod to do for YOU what it haa done tor othera. It correct! the Irreg*
alaritiea peculiar to wonran; tonea, strengthens t.r.i vitalize! the womanly functions; roatore® the ap-
petite, clears the complexion, and builda up the wasted energies. Your money buck if your are not
benefited. Get it today. SI at your dealera'. Your dealer will explain the ruarantee.
THACHER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Seld for 47 years. For
Malaria,Chilli & Fever.
Also a Fine General
febc and II 00 t all
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