The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1914 Page: 5 of 6
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yS —solved once
for all by Calumet.
Tor daily use in millions of kitchens has
proved that Calumet is highest not only in
quality but in leavening poiver as well—un-
failing in results—pure to the extreme—and
wonderfully economical in use. Ask youi
frocer. And try Calumet next bake day.
Received Highest Awards
E WISK, be cheerful, bright
and Ray. leave to tlie fool
And let your motto be "Cheer up. your
rule of life, "Be Jolly.
VALUE OF SKIM MILK.
Many people have an idea that skim
tnllk Is not of any value as a food,
which proves that we do not study
food values enough. Skim milk has
all the valuable properties of milk
minus the cream, which are many.
The casein is left, which is the pro-
teid food of milk, and Is most valua-
ble as a builder of tissue.
If you can spare it from the pigs,
let the little people have it to drink
instead of water. If it must be bought,
you can buy two or three quarts of
the skim milk for the price of one
quart of whole milk, and many most
desirable dishes may be made with it
which can not be told from that made
of whole milk.
For example, the much-liked Indian
pudding, which Is made of corn meal,
two quarts of milk, a cup of suet, su-
gar and a few raisins and an egg or
two. The skim milk may be UBed ex-
actly as well, as the fat is all supplied
by the suet. Mothers of large fam-
ilies would do well to study the value
of skim milk and buy much of it, in-
stead of so much of the whole milk.
A pitcher of milk on the table will
be a great food saver in other more
Skim milk alone, of course, would
be an unbalanced ration, but combined
with other foods which supply Its fat,
it makes a most acceptable addition
to the diet.
All the various creamy soups which
are made from milk can be Just as
well made from the skim milk, and no
one need know the difference. I"or
those who use milk In bread it Is also
valuable. For white sauces, for cakes,
muffins, griddle cakes, biscuit and in
fact anywhere the whole milk Is usfld
skimmed milk may be substituted.
Rice and tapioca can be cooked with
skim milk, and it will be found good.
When baking ham or chicken in
milk, which is a favorite dish with
many, the skim milk may be used at
much less expense.
Codfish Chowder. — Take a half
pound of codfish, a quarter of a pound
of salt pork, a ha?f dozen potatoes,
three onions all sliced, two quarts of
skim milk, salt and pepper Cut
the pork into dice and put into a large
kettle; try out until brown, add the
onions and stir until yellow, add the
potatoes sliced and efficient water to
cover. Have the codfish soaked and
shredded; add when the potatoes are
nearly done, then add the scalding
milk, seasonings, a half dozen crack-
ers. Serve hot.
"Well, how did you sleep last night?
Goethe spent the night there once."
"Very badly. My husband adores
Goethe, and he was spouting him ail
An Economical Man.
"We can't finish Europe. It will
cost entirely too much."
"We gotta finish it. I ain't going
to let this $4 guide book go to waste."
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, rail for full name, LAXA-
TlVli BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
£. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 2So.
"That jockey beat the record."
"Did he do it with a whip?"—Balti-
Constipation causes many serious dis-
eases. It is thoroughly cured by Doctor
J'ierce's Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative,
three for cathartic. Adv.
Many a proverb is merely a smart-
eounding saying that cannot bear
The principal reason why the old
times seem good is that people were
content with less.
Liquid blue Ik a weal solution. AvoM
It. Buy Red Crou Ball ltlue, the blue tliuL'l
all blue. Adr.
a very long purse to buy
is now electrically sealed with a
"SEAL OF PURITY" so
absolute that it is
proof — even
to teeth, breath,
appetite and diges-
tion. It's the safe
besides delicious and
BUY IT BY THE BOX
for 85 cents—at most dealers. Each box contains twenty
5 cent packages. They stay fresh until used.
It's clean, pure, healthful
if it's WRIGLEY'S.
Look for the spear
CHEW IT AFTER
Out of Date.
"Isn't she graceful?"
"Yes, but horribly old fashioned.
The slouch Is all the style nowadays.
TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS
WHEN BLADDER BOTHERS
Harmless to Flush Kidneys and Neu-
tralize Irritating Acids—Splendid
for the System.
If I should be asked to name the quality
most necessary to the best type 6f man,
I should unhesitatingly choose optimism,
for with It are sure to be associated am-
bition, enthusiasm and self-confidence.
Prompt Relief—Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta-
ble — act surely
but gently on
Improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
W. N. U, Oklahoma City, No. 11-1914.
COLLECTION OF DONT'S.
Don't lay a greasy spoon or fork
on the stove or table; It makes a
mark and a small t^ay or plate will
hold a number of things and save the
table or stove.
Don't pour boiling water over china
or glass; it may not crack at the
time, but it will drop off when least
Don't blacken a stove while hot, or
don't blacken it at all, simply wipe
It off with a damp and slightly greasy
cloth and it will look and keep much
Don't put damp clothes in the ham-
per or clothes chute. They will mil-
dew very quickly In warm weather
or in a heated house.
Don't use a good knife or spoon
about the stove for cooking, for a
ten-cent one will answer every pur-
Don't pour boiling water on grease
spots. Moisten the spots well first
with cold water and a bit of soda.
Dish towels which are greasy should
be treated in this way to keep them
Don't allow soap to remain In tubs,
pall or dish pan of hot water to waste.
Don't put soldered utensils on a hot
stove to dry. Don't put tin dishes
into greasy water. It spoils their
Don't put linen soiled with fruit
stains Into hot soap suds. It fixes
the Btain. Put all stains in cold wa-
ter first. If obstinate, use a little ox-
alic acid and see that they are well
Don't salt meat before cooking.
Wait until it is well seared over so
that the flavor will be retained.
Don't use steel knives or forks on
flsh, as the steel gives an unpleasant
flavor to fish.
Inoculation for Pneumonia.
British medical Journals contain es-
pecially Interesting accounts of lm
portant research work. Sir Almroth
Wright, writing In the Lancet, dis-
cusses the treatment of pneumonia bj
Inoculation, and describes the remark
able reduction of mortality produced
by this means among the natlv<
miners of South Africa, who are par
ticularly susceptible. The death rat<
among the Inoculated was only half
that amongst the unlnoculated. He
suggests that prophylactic Inoculation
be repeated every four months.
Kidney and Bladder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
The kidneys filter this acid from the
blood and pass it on to the bladder,
where it often remains to irritate and
inflame, causing a burning, scalding
sensation, or setting up an irritation
at the neck of the bladder, obliging
you to seek relief two or three times
during the night. The sufferer is in
constant dread, the water passes
sometimes with a scalding sensation
and Is very profuse; again, there is
difficulty in avoiding it
Bladder weakness, most folks call
it, because they can't control urina-
tion. While It is extremely annoying
and sometimes very painful, this is
really one of the most simple ailments
to overcome. Get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast, continue this
for two or three days. This will neu-
tralize the acids In the urine so it no
longer is a source of irritation to the
bladder and urinary organs which then
act normally again.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, harmless,
and Is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with llthia,
and is used by thousands of folks who
are subject to urinary disorders caused
by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts Is
splendid for kidneys and causes no
bad effects whatever.
Here you have a pleasant, efferves- I
cent llthla-water drink, which qulcklj
relieves bladder trouble.—Adv.
"To say that honeBty Is the best pol-
icy—to say In other words, that the
more honest you are the richer you
will become—that Is a silly and self-
The speaker, Harvey Woodruff, the
well-known O. A. It. historian of Hous
ton, had been discussing the honesty
of George Washington. He continued:
"To be virtuous means to be poor
and wretched. Take the case of AunUe
Martha Washington Clay.
-"Auntie Martha visited the office of
a'Nola Chucky lawyer and said:
" 'Ah wants a divorce from mah hus-
" 'Why, auntie, what baa Cal been
" 'He's done got religion, Bah, an' ah
hain't tasted chicken fo' free months.' "
Ugliness a Qualification.
Some bygone housewives appear to
have regarded ugliness as a quality
to be desired In their servants. When
Eliza Coke, daughter of Coke of Nor-
folk, was about to marry, she wrote
to her prospective mother-in-law:
"Pray, have the goodness to decide
as you think beet about the pretty
housemaid. I wish she were less
pretty and less fond of dreBB, but if
her conduct and principles are good
neither are really objectionable faults.
I think our establishment will be a
pattern of morality, particularly If
Mr. Stanhope engages the squinting
butler and the terrible housemaid he
mentioned to me."
Made a Good Bargain.
A mine, now said to be exceedingly
rich, was sold by its native African
owner for a pair of trousers and
A toilet preparation of merit.
Jlelpfl to nradloat* dandruff.
For Restoring Color and
Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair.I
60c. and $1.00 at. I>ruinrlsU.
Whenever You Need a General Tonio
But He Didn't Hit Him.
The Judge—What did you hit this
Prisoner—I didn't hit him with any-
The Judge—But look at him. He's
in a horrible condition. Surely you
didn't do that with your fists.
Prisoner—No, yer honor, I ketched
'lm by the heels and bumped 'lm agen
a brick wall a few times. But I didn't
hit him with anything wanst.
It Was Ever Thus.
Riff—What is your son doing these
No thoughtful per on urns liquid blue. It'j
a pinch of blue In a lar^e bottle of water.
A*k for Red Crou 11*11 Blue. Adv.
But the average man would have no
use for mirrors if he could see him-
self in them as others see him.
The Old Standard
Is Equally Valuable as a General Strengthening Tonic, Because it Acts on the
Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds Up the Whole System.
You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic, ad
the formula is printed on-every labelt showing that it contains the well-known
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and
Fever, Weakness, General Debility and Loss of Appetite. Gives life and vigor to
Nnning Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. A True Tonio and Sure Appetizer.
For grown people and children. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. Mo.
"Papa, did EdiBon mako the first
'"No" sonT'the' Lord made the first | j) ATEUTC THAT SECURE
Iking machine, but Edison made the I n I Ball I V bflllNAuLU
first one that could be shut off at will."
THE PATENT MAN. BAS8ETT BLDG., 115*
NO. BROADWAY, OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
Anybody can dye successfully with
Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Adv.
It Is hard to forgive our enemies
when they have us by the neck.
Many an opportunity is missed be-
cause it isn't recognized.
Banish the "Blues!1"
If von have that depressed feeling it's more than likely that yonr
blood is out of order—impoverished or poisoned.
There is only one thing that will alter your present condition—
that's to restore your stomach to normal health and strength, tor
a weak or diseased stomach cannot make Rood blood. If your
digestion is bad your food will not make the good blood which
K nourishes body, brain, heart and nerve.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
by use of Anti Hog Cholera Serum manufac-
tured under Government Inspection. Write
today for free particulars. Wichita-Okla-
homa Serum Co., 8tock Yards, Okla. City,
My Free Book
on Chronic Diseases of Men, 98 paffes mailed
to any address on receipt of two cent stamp.
15 years In Oklahoma City. All correspond-
ence confidential, and solicited. Or 6. P. Mehl,
Specialist, 118% W. Main St., Okla. City, Okla.
f helps the Btomach to do its work naturally and properly. Stimulates
the liver. Tho system is freed from poison. The blood is punned.
Every organ Is rejuvenated. Instead of the "Blues," you feel tit aod
strong, equal to any task or up to any pleasure.
This great remedy has proved its worth year after year for over
forty years. Let it prove its worth to you. Sold by medicine dealers
in tablet or liquid form or Bend 60c for trial box by mail.
S«nd 31 it mp. to p«T coal of mailing only on .fro. eo T o* I>
mon Sen** Medical Adviiar, 1J08 page*, clothbomnd. Addfii Dr. R. V. I
Serum Will Save
Your Hogs From
Writ, for free booklet. We rn.nuf.ctur. out
Serum «t our plant .t Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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VARUS SERUM COMPANY, PHONE WAL-
NUT 5542, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
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Boob—Weak ihinga become strong
Miss Tarte—Why don't you marry?
In this age cash will keep friends
longer than diplomacy.
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