Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906 Page: 5 of 6
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ICEHOUSE AND CREAM ROOM
Convenient Arrangement by Wlnca
Much Handling of Ice Is
)- tVi- T'.i: . ; , ■
Unable to Work.
Miss Lucy V. Medivney, -152 3rd Ave.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"For many months I suffered se-
verely from headachcs and pains in
the side and back, sometimes being
unable to attend to my daily w ork.
"lam better, now, thanks to Peru-
na, and am as active as ever and have
no more headaches.
"The way Perunn worked in my
case was simply marvelous."
We have in our files many grateful
letters from women who have suffered
with the symptoms named above. Lack
of space prevents our giving- more than
cue testimonial here.
It is impossible to even approximate
the great amount of suffering which Pe*
run a has relieved, or the number of
women whohavebeen restored to health
and strength by its faithful use.
The accompanying plans of an Ice
house and cream room show a very
Much lifting of
ice is saved, both
in filling and us-
ing. The ice is
put in at one end
and taken out at
the ice house is
the other. When
full it is reached by entering the door
in the basement which contains a dead
air space, going up the flight of stairs,
W , ■
EXTERIOR OF BUILDING,
and raising a trap door, which is
nearly balanced by a weight and a
rope hung through a small pulley.
The ice, explains the Farm and
Home, is thrown down the chute,
which is shown in the small cut, and
caught at the bottom, where it is re-
leased by letting the board come back
■tjtj; TAHK jj
CAN'T STRAIGHTEN UP. !
Kicney Trouble Cam cs Weak Eacia
and a Multitude of Pains
Co\ R. S. Harrison, Eeputy Mar-
shal, 710 Com nida S ., Lake Charles.
La„ says: "A hIck
from a horse first
weakene 1 my back
and affected my kid-
neys. I became very
bad. and had to g>
a I out on crutches.
The doctors told mo
1 had a case of
tism, but 1 could
not believe them,
nnd finally began using Doan's Kid-
ney Pills for my kidneys. First the
Kidney secretions came more fr ely,
U en the pain loft my back. I went
and got cno her box, and that io n-
ljleied a cure, I have been well for
Sold by all dealer?, 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mi.burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Our lives make a moral tradition
for our individual selves, as the line of
mankind at largo makes a moral
tradition for the race, and to have
once acted greatly seems a reason j
why we should always be noble.— !
; George Eliot.
Do You Itch?
Tf so, you know the sensation is not
an agreeable one, and hard to cure un-
j les? the proper remedy Is used.
Hunt's Cure is the*King of all Skin
remedies. It cures promptly any itch-
ing trouble known. No matter the
name or place. One application re-
lieves—one box is absolutely guaran-
teed to cure.
The Mould of Form
An old Englishwoman of exceeding
! stoutness was making efforts, not im-
mediately successful to enter the
I rear door of an omnibus. The boy |
| on the box leaned down and cried j
genially: "Try sideways, mother, try
sideways-" To which the old woman
responded: "Lord I;less ye, John, I
; ain't got no sideways."
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To cleanse the
There Is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene-
Dispels colds and
bilious or con-
For men, women
Acts best* on
Always buy t,he genuine — Manufactured by the
Trade Marks Dwigtu
W.N.U., Oklahoma City, No. 17, 1906.
In certain sections of New York city
the sun never penetrates to the streets
and the germs, therefore, are not de-
stroyed by it3 beneficial rays.
THE BERNHARDT FIGURE
Made From Two Yards of Sashing and
H ides the W aist
Mme. Bernhardt has created a new
figure. It is made from two yards of
sashing. Any woman who chooses
can have a Bernhardt shape. Bring
the sash around the hips and tie in a
fetching bow in front about twelve
inches below the waist line. This
naturally brings up the question as co
where a woman's waist line is. Don't
ask us. We don't know. How can
we be expected to know, when woman
herself doesn't know. Woman's waist
line is subject to suddin and violent
changes—it rises and falls like the
mercury in response to the dictates of
fashion. Fashionably gowned women
do not try to keep track of their waist
lines. If they have any curiosity to
know where their waist lines are they
ask their tailors. But this Bernhardt
sash effect is the rreshest thing out,
never mind how it looks. We'll tell
you how it looks—it looks as if the
woman who wears the sash has tried
to jump through the loop and stuck.—
ARRANGEMENT UK THE INTERIOR,
by throwing up the lever, a. It can
then be washed and drained directly
under the chute, or put in the cement
tank with the sawdust on, which can
be drawn off through a one and one-
fourth-inch molasses cut-off at bot-
tom of tank. The tank projects six
inches above the floor. The small cut
also shows a foot latch for use when
one has a milk pail in each hand.
The house has double walls. Ven-
tilation is provided through holes in
each end of the building covered with
in a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
A powder. It cures painful, smart '
ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of ;
the Makes now shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by all druggists, 25c. Trial package, I
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le
Hoy, N. Y.
i i, Louisville, Ky. S*n Francisco,Gvl. flewYork.JH.Y.
The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class
druggists. The full name of the company—California
Fig Syrup Co. — is always printed on the front
of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle.
After a man has taken a certain
number of drinks he sees double, and
after taking a few more he is unable
to see at all.
It is difficult to explain how a young
girl ever learns to like a glass of beer,!
but a married woman learns through
taking a glass to "keep her husband
Deafness Cannot lie Cured
hy local application*, hn they cannot reach the din-
ed portion of the ear. There Ik only one way to
•e deafness, and that!« I>y constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused l>y an Inflamed condition of iho
mucous lining <-f the Knstachlan Tube. When tlds
tube Is Inflamed you have a rumldlnu sound or ltn-
icrfeet hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deaf-
less Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can 1>«>
taken out nnd this tube restored to It* normal condf-
ford Sugs, said to have a wonderful tlon, hearing w ill 1>p destroyed forever; nine case*
out of ten are caused l y < atarrh. which In nothing
Ledbetter Bugs, the son of Puddl-
i-ksr" v1 (1?
If a woman admires her friend's
new spring hat she Is accused of being
Insincere, and if she criticises it she
i3 called "spiteful."
It's not how you live, but how's
your's liver. If not in perfect order,
make it ho by using Simmons' Liver
Purifier,—tin boxes only. It's the
surest, safe t and most agreeable aid
to that org in evir i ut up.
can pass their ignorance
ntricity are born diplo-
of the )
Hi have climb
> hill, if you k< c
go down the othei
;'round and i;0 dow
climbed up, or els
(1 to the top
)n going you
si le. or else
"• i11 ■ ■ you
br< l people nowadays dine
aft- r dinner
Too many p opl<
do more for them ti
to do for themselves.
expects others to
i'.n they are willing
INDIVIDUALITY IN COWS.
Each Animal Has to Be Studied in
Order to Obtain the Largest
Yield of Milk.
To feed a cow so as to obtain the
maximum amount of milk and butter
for the greatest length of time re-
quires more time, study and experi-
ence than most farmers are willing to
give to that very necessary adjunct to
After n experience of more than
50 >.v:s, says C. A. Bird, in Farmer's
Voice, 1 find there is much yet for
me to learn about feeding and milk-
I once had a Shorthorn cow that
gave from 40 to 50 pounds of milk
per day, and kept it up for nearly nine
months, but it was at the expense of
the following year, and I believe it cut
her usefulness short by three or tour
I fed her during the time she gave
so much milk with all the clover and
timothy hay she would eat and as
much bran shorts and corn chop in
equal weight as she would eat up
When she came into milk the next
year she only gave about half as much
milk as the year previous and showed
so clearly the effects of overfeeding
| that I dried her off at the end of six
i months and fed her only on hay and
' corn fodder until she was again fresh.
! She did pretty well for two years
more. But I had to bo very careful
not to overfeed and varied her rough
; feed as much as possible.
j I am now milking four cows—
Whiteface, a Red Poll, a Shorthorn
Jersey grade and a Holstein Jersey
i grade—and do not feed the same
amount to any two of them. The
Whiteface is always fat and will not
oat much concentrated feed. The Red
Poll will cat considerable concentrated
food, but puts the most of it on in fat.
The Shorthorn Jersey grade will eat a
I liberal feed of bran shorts and corn
I chop and give a good supply of rich
milk. The Holstein Jersey grade has
an appetite like a saw-mill—is nevei
very fat and when in full flow of milk
will give from four to five gallons of
milk per day. She eats an immense
| amount of roughness and all the con-
centrated feed I have given her yet.
Have been afraid to test her too far in
; that line.
Clean Milk for Cheese.
The question of how to obtain a
clean, mild flavored cheese all the
time is one of the very important con-
siderations In solving the problem of
gi tting the people to eat more <hew
—George A. Smith, New York Experi-
Pressed tin utensils are tho most
! satisfactory, and In them there are no
; places for harmful bacteria to grow
1 und multiply.
I Consider the ft nee problem carl*
future as a railroad man. He has
devised a t me table with four brand
new universal features.
It is very dfllcult to keep on strik-
ing twelve every night. The bell ;
tongue wears out after awhile.—Chi-
Inflamed condition of the mucous surface
We will plvo One Hundred Dollars for any case <f
Deafness caused by catarrh) thai cannot be ourod
by Hull's Catarrh Cure. Senil :<>r circulars, free.
I'. .1 CHKNEV &. CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggist*, 7f «\
'lake Hall's Family l'llls for constipation.
Every man makes his own ilead lino.
An old joke is always new. It's all
owing to how you trim its whiskers.
$16 AN ACRE
Canada is tho
25 Bushols to the Aero Will bo tho
Average Yield of Wheat.
The land that this was Rrown on cost many ot
tho farmers absolutely nothing, while those
who wished to add to tho 160 acres the Govern-
ment grants, can buy land adjoining at from Id
to $10 an acre.
Climate splendid, school convenient, railway!
close at hand, taxes low.
ftend for pamphlet "20th Century Canada''
Son,.' reach it at thirty-five, some at „4HTll, „„„ , Bt„k11 Aumv ""rt'culur" ™Bardin„ rat., etc.. to
umiwirrie.l m. n, i , iu, .mi m-. - or _'i ,i , I :r. riti/.-u„ Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa,
foit\, Bome at flftv , some (lo not reach , ,f I States, of ^ i . ii.ira.tM anil t«• in I .«• I.« t •• Canada, or to tho following authorized
it at eighty; some never reach it, be-' SUform.IIi'.S.'npift'lo ll".'V,.'lunKwCanadian Government A*ent-J. S. Crawford,
cause they never cease to crow l!uil.iing Oklahoma, Guthrie, shawnee, Knid, O. I . No. liio \V. Ninth Street. Kansas City, Missouri.
or lulnu. i. T. i (Mention this paper.)
There is no satisfaction keener
than being dry and comfortable
when out in the hardest storm.
\w\YOUARE SURt OF THIS
IP YOU WEAB
Clack OR YELLOW
407 ON SALE EVEAfWHMti
A J TOWER ttU-OSTON. MASS, U S A.
TOWER CANADIAN CO.lmvWJOIONTO. CAN.
- . :rees..:cs3c3ssiacs
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Cardin Relieves Fain
causcd by curablc female diseases. It acts directly on woman's delicate
organs, and restores their natural activity. By making the organs work
normally, pain disappears, strength returns to the system, roses to the
cheeks, and the frowns and wrinkles of suffering are seen no more. Mrs.
Lucinda Johnson, of Walworth, Wis., writes: "I suffered agonies at
every monthly period.
Nothing helped me un-
til I took Cardui. Now
I can truly say I am
cured." Try it.
Sold by all Druggists
When hate and indifference have
killed love, this earth will become as
cold as tho moon, and there wil be
nothing living but a few big, cold,
slimy, bloodless slugs.
Cure3 Cancer, Blood Poison and Rheu-
If you have blood poison producing
eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen
glands, bumps and rlsinprs, burning,
itching skin, copper-colored spots « r
r.i^h on the skin, mueous patches In
mouth or throat, falling hair, bone
pains, old rheumatism « r foul oa-
l:\rrh, take Ilotanic Bloorl Halm <R
B. B.) It klllfl the poison In the bloodj
soon all son's, . ruptions heal, hard
Swelling* sul le, a hes and pains
stop and a perf«-et cure is made of
tin- worst eases of Blood Poison.
F< r cancer, tumors, swellings, eating
sons, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples
of all kinds, tak • I?. B If. It destroys,
the - an or poison in the blood, heals
cancer of all kinds, cures the worst
humo'-or suppurating swellings,
i nds - ure I by B B. B after all
else fails. B. 15. B. romp'>sed "f pure
b tanic ingredients. Improves the di-
gestion, makes the blood pure and
ri h, st"T S th<4 awful itching and all
imo inn— wimai^ OOU^J AS
OUR NEW CATALOGUE IS A MARVEL OF ART "
4 - *
Our Cotton Gin Machinery is all that
the Catalogue claims for it.—Write
us for Catalogue—and tell us what
Machinery you are in need of.
:0NT!N£NTAL GIN COMPANY, DALLAS, TEXAS
W. L. Douglas S4.00 Gilt Edgo Lino
cannot be equalled at any price.
Her Privilege to Choose
"I would like something in oil for my
dining room," said the richly dressed
owner of a new 1iouf.< •.
"Yes, madam," i«-plied the obliging
salesman, "our variety is unlimited •
will you hav a painting or a box of
sharp, shooting i
tested for thirtv j
per large bottle, \
tl >ns f<ir hom<' ' Ui
prepaid by writlr
irs, 1 iruggii'
h complete dlrec-
Sampie free and
Blond Balm Co..
e trouble and fr
If It Falls, the Money's Yours.
Tliousand of boxes of Hunt's Cure
arc being sold by tbe Southern drug-
gist* dally, for tbo simple n ason that
people are rapidly finding out that It
11 111 1' i fll<'
aled let- ]8 tbe best c
ease ever dls
<!ons that ever
il man's mind
for any itching dis-
ered. The first ap-
i, and one box posl-
to cure any one case.
It flirting when rIio
her a seat In
julv 6 ,ar«
You Pay 10c.
Not so Good.
P.LEWIS Peoria, 1
W.N.U.i Oklahoma City, No.
'♦DEFIANCE1' lb BUPEKlOH QUALITY.
W. L. DOUGLAS MAKFS & SFLLS MO HP
MB N S *:t.St! SHOES THAN ANY OIHLH
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
C 1 fl nnn to anyone *ho can
^)IU|UUU disprove this statement.
If 1 could take you Into mv three large factnrlefl
at Hrocktoii, AVacs., and show you the inlinlto
uirt w it ft u hich every pair of shoes Is made, you
wi ul.l fe.ili/ wh\ W. L. Doutfla.'t $.V5() shoes
cost nmre t< make, rvhy they hold their thape,
fit better, \\c;r longer, and are of greater
intrInsic \ alue than any other 5^.50 ^hoe.
W. L. Dm.igt.is Strn.nf/ Mttdo Shoes for
Mjn, $4.'.5(1, $'At.OO. Tioyu' Schttvl Jl
Ur. 8hoc , $j>.50.
CAUTION i,i ■ w j |,
no and prleo stamped <
u\v<!; thru will nut wear brasty*
;..it :it.-.l Cat.dog.
. f Ol GLAS. Kruekton. Mass.
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Overstreet, W. S. Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906, newspaper, May 3, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116124/m1/5/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.