The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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TERRIBLE BLIMP DISASTER IN CHICAGO
Tlurii'i'ii ihtmiii* Hi'i'i' killed it nil „'ii injured when u dirigible balloon ownojl l »> the Goodyear 'lire nml Ituh-
her company caught fire above the loop district of ('Ilienko nnd crushed through the roof of the Illinois Trust
mid Saving* Ini itk. Ten of tin* victims were employees of the hunk unit three were members of thecrew. The
lllustrutlon shows the scene Inside the hunk after the disaster.
FRANCE HONORS AMERICAN GENERALS FOR THEIR WORK
WHERE PRECIOUS DOCUMENTS ARE KEPT
DR. MANUEL RODRIGUES
Fire underwriters nnd patriotic societies have appealed lo have originals
of ihe Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United Slates
removed from the state, war un& navy buildings in Washington to a fireproof
structure. The documents are kept In tills steel safe.
BRITISH MYSTERY SALVAGE SHIP
Dr. Manuel Cooiho Uoilrigues, re-
cently arrived In Washington from
Itrar.il to begin a year’s work at the
I’an American union and the state de-
partment in furthering ihe provisions
of the agreement reached at the recent
conference In Uio Janeiro.
Tliis Is tiie new Snuthwick "mystery” salvage ship now in the eourse of
-construction near Brighton. England. It is made of hollow concrete vessels
whieh are Hooded and sunk In pairs and lashed to each side of the wreck
The water is then pumped from them and they rise, bringing with them the
Too Much Study.
Crabshnw—Why do you wish to
leave school and go to work when
you're so young?
Willie—It's this way. dad. School
Is going to he a tough place for the
next few years. We'll have n new
map of Europe to study, nnd If we fnll
down on It the teacher Is likely to give
us the constitution of the league of
nations to learn bv heart.— Life.
PRACTICAL POINTERS THAT ASSIST IN
PREPARATION OF POULTRY FOR TABLE
A Teaipoosiul of PER UNA
Three Timet a Dajr
, At, ,
Results Like Thit Obtain Where an Experienced Housewife Cuts Up a
Ambassador Jusseraml of France (center) standing in front of the French embassy In Washington with American
officers upon whom he had conferred the Legion of Honor on behalf of the French government. In the group ure shown
'Major Generals Coe, Kenly, Barnett, Snow and Sibert.
.'Prepared i.v the United Btnte* Depart-
ment of Agriculture,)
Cleaning chickens and washing
clothes have long been nigh I inn red Ike
tusks on the housewife's calendar.
With iliai nutonintlc Immdrymnn, ihe
liicctmiiteiil or clcclrlc washing mu
chine. Dame Genius has simplified one
of these problems, and now the United
Slates Depurtmeiit of Agriculture Is
"over tlie top" with u iichonie which
Irons the wrinkles out of the problem
of preparing fowls for the table.
Drawing and cutting tip a chicken for
cooking or canning is as much an art
ns the proper interpretation of a Men-
delssohn symphony, but study nnd
practice of the following pointers will
soon develop the novice into an ex-
pert. The operator can remove the
entire digestive tract without smear-
ing the meat In any way. and can
pack (lie llcsli and hones from the
average mature fowl into a quart Jar. j
The tirst essential is to give Ihe I
fowl no food for 21 hours before kill-
ing. The bird should he killed by
sticking it through the roof of the
mouth, and should he picked dry.
After Hie feathers have been removed
I nml the pin feathers drawn, the fowl
I should he cooled rapidly. When cool,
ll should he singed and washed care-
fully with n brush.
Precautions in Butchering.
| Precautions to observe in butcher-
ing the ehickcH consist in removing
the wings after cutting off Hie lips at
the firs! Joint, removing I Ik* feet, cut-
ting nt the knee Joint: removing the
legs at the hip or saddle joints ami
cutting through the connecting Joints
to separate the thigh from the leg.
With a sharp knife sever the neck
hone at the head. Fare should he
taken not to cut the windpipe or gul-
let. with the Index Hagers separate
the windpipe and gullet from the neck
nnd cut through the skin to the wing
opening. Tim head should he left at
inched to Hie windpipe and these or-
gans should he loosened from the neck
down as far as the crop.
With a sharp pointed knife next cut
around the shoulder blade, pulling it
out of position urn! breaking It. Lo-
cale Ihe while spots on tin* ribs and
t ut along them through the ribs, Also
cut the hack to and around the vent,
nnd loosen It. Leaving Hie head at-
fuelled, loosen the windpipe, gullet and
crop, and remove the digestive tract
from the bird. Then remove the lungs
and kidneys with Hit* point of tin*
knife and cut off the neck close to the
body. Uut through tin* backbone at
tin* joint Just atiove tin* diaphragm
and remove the oil sack. Then sep-
urate tin* breast from the backbone h>
cutting through on the white spots
Ii is essential to cut in sharply at
tin* point of tIn* breastbone and to
remove the wishbone with the meat.
Tin* fillet should also he cut from each
side of the breastbone, while lln* hones
of tin- hreast should In* hem In.
How to Can Chicken.
In packing Ihe fowl for canning
purposes use a quart Jar. Back the
saddle with a thigh Inside; lln* hreasi-
lioin* with a thigh Inside; lln* back-
bone and ribs with a leg inside, lln*
leg end downward alongside the
breastbone; then the wings, tin* wish
hone, tin* fillets, and tin* neck bom*.
I in not pack tin* giblets with tin* meal.
Fuller directions for the home can-
ning of chicken, meats, soups, fruits
and vegetables may he found in farm-
ers’ bulletins of tin* United States De-
partment of Agriculture, which will
he supplied free of charge to anyone
requesting them from tin* Division of
Huh Never Tleen Down
Kick Since Taking
fiend thla letter from Mr. Robt.
Mmrnck, Grafts Range, Montana.
"in 1900 I tvn* out la Kansu*
rntnnluK n ttirrftbliia ritulnr lout
Mi- i ii - n k i It.--I to r I- i ll
out of doors, i me or tin- crew
Siruuithl n rmiim Almanac to
itte -'iitflnn one day anil 1 was
feeling very III from atrcplu*
wot. I decided to itlftr 1‘eruiia «
(rial a i ent lot .■ hottn- or l*e
ro nit nml it box of Peru lift Tab-
lata, which attainin'in d inn out
in n hurry.
"I tuivn nrm been dnnn alr-lt
■flier that lime I dn nut take
nuy oilier nnsdlclHea ex cl |t t I’e-
i min. 1 nlwuya keep It on hnmt.
If I set my fret Wet, get a cold,
feel i-Idlly, or ii lift In bid, I nl-
nii)« Hike I'ermiH. People ■lioutil
nut wall until they urn down
rick mid then la lot It, but nliould
keep it oil hand like I do and
when they feel bud, they skuute
Recommended for Catarrhal
inflammation of every description.
1*14 f*r SO Tt*< FOI SAL AHA, CHOU ASD FtTOL
AIms flu GMMtiStmflAnlatTMk. At Ail Dr«| Horn
Ht ttooi. and IIIUIMH
ftiul SCHOOL HCm.fK*
N*nd for ntlAlog nml price*.
JASPER SIPtS CO.. OKLAHOMA CITT
Where Husbands Wear Wedding Rings.
Tin* women in Brazil have not equal
suffrage, but they have an equality
with iIn* men of Hiclr country which
Is not enjoyed hy their North Ameri-
can sisters. All Brazilian hushiindHare
expected to wear their wedding rings
as conscientiously as their wives, and
generally they do so. The ring is n
plain gold hand, lie* same as that
worn hy wives in Hie United States.
Tin* women in Brazil unanimously lire
of the opinion that tills is about the
last word in equality.
FROM POULTRY FLOCK
Satisfactory Way Is to Treat
Each Fowl individually.
other methods, hut should not he used
on very weak or young birds or in
cold or dninp weather.
otic pound of sodium fluorld will
treat 1iMi birds. Figuring a person’s
time at 20 cents an hour and the drug
at -(0 cents a pound, It hits been estl-
mated that It costs about $1.20 to treat
100 fowls by t|ie pinch method.
He Meant Well.
He is proud of his ancestry, which
descends In an unbroken line from
the Penns who bought the woods from
the Indians. Family Is everything
He was perched on a chair In a
bootblack's stand, and gave warm
greeting to a passing friend.
Bootblack (lately from Greece) —
You known dnt fella?"
“\Tes, he Is an old friend of mine; I
have known him for more than twenty
“Twenty years! By gar. you know
him In the old country."—San Fran-
Commercial Sodium Fluorid la Ef-
fective and Can Be Purchased at
Most Drug Stores—Can Also
Be Used in Solution.
(Prepared by tlu* United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture.)
Recent experiments hy the United
States department of agriculture have
shown that a very satisfactory way
of eliminating lice from poultry is
to treat each fowl separately with , o-
diuiu fluorid. Commecclal sodium
fluorid may he purchased al most drug
stores at front 30 to (50 cents a pound
and may l»* applied cilher hy Hit* su-
ch lied ‘'pinch" method or by means of
a duster made hy punching small nail
holes in llu* I tot tom of n can having n
tight-fitting cover or hy dipping. If
llu* pinch method is used, Ihe bird Is
held on r table while a pinch of so-
dium lUtorid is applied next to the
skin under the leathers, ns follows:
One pinch under the head, one on Hie
neck, two on the hack, one on Hu*
hreast, one below the vent, one on the
tail, one on each thigh, and one on
tin* underside of each wing. The
feathers should lie ruffled to allow the
powder to get next to the skin. If the
bird is held in a large, shallow pan,
the small quantity of powder which
falls off will be saved. If the powder
is dusted on hy means of a shaker
the amount of sodium fluorid used may
lie reduced hy using four parts of road
dust or flour to one part of tin* chemi-
cal. This method requires the serv-
ices of a second person to hold and
; turn the fowl.
When large numbers of birds are
to he treated the sodium fluorid may
hi* used in the form of a Hip. using
one ounce of commercial sodium flu-
orld to each gallon of water. The
bird should he held hy the wings and
plunged into a tub full of the solu-
tion, leaving the head out, white the
feathers are ruffled with the hand to
allow the solution to penetrate to the
skin. The head Is then ducked once
or twice and the bird allowed to stand
r. minute to drain and then released.
Dipping Is Just as effective as the
SHIP EGGS BY PARCEL POST
Practicability Demonstrated by Fact
That Eggs Outnumber Any Other
of Farm Products.
'Prepared by the United Siatex Depart-
ment of Agriculture.)
The practicability of shipping eggs
hy parcel post is demonstrated by the
fact Hint more parcels of eggs than
any other one product pass through
Hie mails. In order to tost various
methods of packing and handling eggs
the Office of Markets and Rural organ-
ization lias shipped more than 700
dozen eggs through tin* mails from j
various points, under various cotidi-
lIons, and in different types of contain- i
"is, without undue loss, cither In the
| i xpense of shipment or the condition
<>f the eggs on reaching tin* consumer's
PRODUCTION OF LIVE STOCK
Renewed Interest in Raising Cattle
Caused by Recent Market Values
(Prepared by the United States Depart
meat of Agriculture.)
Recent market values for moat ani-
mals have caused a renewal of Inter-
est In the raising of live stock on
farms of nil sizes. The study of rais-
ing and disposing of crops to the best
advantage also suggests tin* more gen-
eral and more careful production of
llLvOfAaSs M. ’.'*■> ]
Be sure the chirks have plenty of
shade if you want the best growth.
* * *
Frequent disinfecting of coops and
utensils will do much to keep disease
• • •
Plenty of whitewash in coops and
hen houses helps to ko#p down vermin
a ud disease genua.
ACT TOO OFTEN
If bothered with Hint form of kidney
trouble which causes too frequent or exces-
sive passage of urine, don't expect relief
from medicines that arc intended for com-
mon kidney complaint. These remedies
generally arc intended to incrcuse kidney
Liquid Shu Make should always be used
where tiie kidneys are over nctive during
tiie day or at night. It is not a cure for
all forms of kidney trouble, but is in-
tended for over-activity of tiie kidneys of
both children and adults alike, especially
for children bothered with kidney action
Ask any druggist for Liquid Shu Make
or enclose sixty cents to the Shumuke
Remedy Company, Fort Worth, Texas, for
a bottle by return mail.—Adv.
The Way of It.
"Talking about tills shortage of
coal—." "It Is getting to Ik* a burn-
ing Issue." , tA
FOR SUMMER COLDS
Nothing gives quicker relief than
It is harmless, and nlso relieve*
Nervous Headache quickly, and any
superficial Inflammation in u short
Try It for Mumps, Hay Fever, or any
If you cannot buy It locally, send
for a Free Sample, anil Agent's terms,
nr send f>0c stamps for 2 2-r>c tubes.
E. W. VAGUER, Inc., New Orleans,
"Life In a new country is lonely.”
"No neighbors to talk with."
A Lady of Distinction.
Ts recognized by tin* delicate fasclnat*
ing influence of the perfume she uses,
A hath with Outicurn Soap nnd hot
water to thoroughly cleanse the pores,
fallowed hy n dusting with Cuticura
Talcum Powder usually means a clear,
sweet, healthy skin.—Adv.
A man thinks that there is only <>n<
man In the world whose whistling ii
not a nuisance.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Dnlld Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTE-
LESS chill TONIC Yon know what you
arc taklns. a* the formula Is printed
fvr-rv label, showing It U QUININE and
IRON In tasteless form. The Quinine drive,
out the malaria, the Iron builds up tin
system. Price 60c.
Civilization has done a great deal
for man, but it. hasn’t been uhle to pre-
vent his stopping to look at a dog fight
t hey Tire, Smart, Itch, or
Burn, if Sore, Irritated,
_ Inflamed or Granulated,
use Murine often. Safe for Infant or Adult
At all Druggists. Write for Free i£ye Book.
Harlot Ey« Remedy Cemaaoy, Chicago, tl.S.4,
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Hornbeck, W. W. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1919, newspaper, August 7, 1919; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172734/m1/3/: accessed March 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.