The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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FOR COLD MORNINGS
thk arrow, tahlequah, oklahoma
WISE M. D.
TO PREPARE DELICIOUS
Th# Knowledge That This Delicacy It
Awaiting Them Will Bring the
Children from Bed in
As the nioriii'igs become more ami
more crisp, ami the children come
downstairs ravenous alter their cold
plunge, they begin to long for griddle
cakes and maple syrup. Now, while
1 do not believe that a breakfast en
ti rely of even such "filling" food as
pancakes are known to be will sustain
man or child throughout the fore
noon a w ork, it will add flesh to top
off a meal of cereal and steak or sau-
sages with just one or two of the deli-
cately browned dainties. Waffles will
therefore not prove such a tax on the
cook s time as most people seem to
think. For this reason, and because
few housewives need to be told how
to prepare regular griddle cakes, I
have selected a couple of delicious
waffle recipes that many will not
The first essential to the making ol
good waffles is that the waffle iron
should fit snugly over the stove hole,
for It must be used smoking hot. Beef
suet does very well for greasing them.
With the side on which the baiter is
to be poured sizzling hot, and both
Hides thoroughly greased, pour on the
batter with one movement of your
batter pitcher, close the iron and turn
It Immediately. You will have to do
the work quickly or the cake will
burn. In a very few seconds the other
side is done, and you are ready to re-
move the waffle. Butter it at once—
the quickest way is to use partially
melted butter—and send to the table
before It loses its crispness. If you
have a large Iron, one waffle may be
divided into four portions, and no one
will have to wait.
Quick Waffles—Sift one pint of
flour three times and add a teaspoon-
ful of salt. Beat the yolks of two
eggs very light, add a cupful of rich
milk, stir into the flour, together with
a tablespoonful of melted butter, and
beat until light and smooth. Beat the
whites of the eggs to a stiff dry froth,
add to the butter and beat again.
When ready to bake, add a teaspoon-
ful of baking powder, put the batter
In a pitcher, have the iron very hot,
and bake as directed above.
Raised Waffles.—The best waffles
are the southern kind, raised with
yeast. These call for a quart of milk
heated boiling hot, then cooled till
lukewarm, a quart and a cupful of
flour, two well-beaten eggs and half a
cupful of butter. Stir the butter into
the hot milk, pour it gradually, when
lukewarm, Into the flour, beating out all
the lumps, add the beaten eggs, a tea
spoonful of salt and a teaspoonful of
sugar, and then half a yeast cake dis-
solved in half a cupful of lukewarm
water. Beat the batter thoroughly
and let it rise over night, beat it again
in the morning and let it rise for 20
minutes more. Fill the irons two-
thirds full, and when baked as direct-
ed, serve with maple syrup, maple
sugar and rich cream, thick white
sugar syrup or some sweet niai'ma-
Patient—Is my pulse all right?
Doctor—Can't tell. My watch is
CURED ITCHING HUMOR.
Big, Painful 8welllngs Broke and Did
Not Heal—Suffered 3 Year*.
Try This In November.
Thousands upon thouotnds of fam-
ine* who have not been regular eat-
ers of Quaker Oats will begin on the
first of November and eat Quaker
Oats once or twice every day for thirty
days of this month: the result in
good health and more strength and
vigor will mean that every other
month in the year will find them doing
the same thing.
Try it! Serve Quaker Oats plenti-
fully and frequently for the thirty
days of November and leave off a cor-
responding amount of meat and greasy
foods. You'll get more health, more
vigor and strength than you ever got
in thirty dav of any other kind of
While you are trying this see (hat
the children get a full share. They
will show the benefits even more
quickly and surely than the adults.
Quaker Oats is packed in regular
size, large size family packages and
hermetically sealed tins.
A RENDEZVOUS IN 1911.
United biates Leads in Good Work.
In Germany there are 99 public san-
atoria for adult consumptives with 10,-
539 beds, besides 36 private sanatoria
with 2,175 beds. In 18 sanatoria for
children with tuberculosis there are
837 beds, a total of less than 13,000
beds. The United States has pro-
vided over 300 sanatoria with 15,000
beds, showing that this country is in
the lead in the anti-tuberculosis war.
France has only 12 sanatoria for adult
consumptives, with a total capacity of
148 beds, All of these institutions are
private except the sanatorium at Agln-
With a smooth iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; it will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
Torture# Yield to Cuticura.
"Little black swellings were scat
tered over my face and neck and they j
would leave little black scars that
would itch bo I couldn't keep from '
scratching them. Larger swellings
would appear and my clothes would
Stick to the sores. I went to a doctor, j
but the trouble only got worse. By ;
this time it was all over my arms and
the upper part of my body in swellings
as large as a dollar. It was so pain-
ful that I could not bear to lie on my
back. The second doctor stopped the I
swellings, but when they broke the
places would not heal. I bought a set
of the Cuticura Remedies and in less
than a week some of the places were
nearly well. I continued until I had
used three sets, and now I am sound
and well. The disease lasted three
years. O. L. Wilson, Puryear, Tenn.,
Feb. 8, 1908."
INiW r Drug A Cheoi. Corp., Sol* Prop*., luatoo.
- . ' 5"
Cured by Lydia E. Pink-
Milwaukee, Wis. — " Lydia E. Pink.
han^^'egetebleCompound has made
m© a weli woman,
I and I would like to
I tell thewlioleworld
| of it. I suffered
and fearful rainsiu
my bac k. I had the
best doctors and
they all decided
that I had a tumor
in addition to my
female trouble, ana
advised an opera-
-I tion. Lydia E.
'inkham's Vegetable Compound made
me a well woman and I have no more
backache. I hope i can help others by
-j..,, . . . telling them what Lydia E. Pinkham's
r ?|] IMil fnl "r1 Vegetable Com|>ound lias done for
Oil ' Tt way it ^ 833Fir8tSt'
« from sprain*, eutM. Milwaukee, \\ is.
"Do your cows give much milk?"
queried the fair summer boarder.
"Do they?" echoed the old farmer,
j "Say, jist atween yew an' me, they
give so all-fired much that we dlloot
th' well water we sell tew th' campers
with it."—Chicago Daily News.
■ Stop guessing! Try the best and ino t
certain remedy for
j liamlins Wizard
lieves all soreness from sprain*, cuts,
wounds, burns, scalds, etc., is wonderful.
When a man says he is willing to
change his opinion jf you can con-
vince him that he It wrong It's a sign
you'll never be able to convince him.
"Here I've been sitting for
hours, and there's no sign of him."
„ Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size smallir after iikIhb Alien s Foot-
Kusc, the antiseptic powder. li makes : night
tlKht or new shoes eusy. Cures swollen, I
hot, sweating, aching feet Ingrowing
nails. Always use It to Break in new
. . - Shoes. At all Druwrists. 25c. Don't accept
tumor Illumine the otherwise impos- SK,
sible stories that come to my desk
The above is only one of the thou-
sands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received by the
l'iiikham Medicine Company of Lvnn,
Mass., which prove beyond a doubtthat
i Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate dis-
eases of women after all other means
have failed, and that every such suf-
ering woman owes it to herself to at
least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
Kven the old maid has something to ble Compound a trial before submit-
be thankful for. She doesn't have to tlngf to au operation, or giving up
worry about where her husband is at ho^e of recovery.
Don't think Wrigley's Spearmint
only whitens the teeth. It helps di-
gestion and perfumes the breath.
Never Opened His Mouth.
"Not infrequent rays of unconscious
AM. UP-TO-DATE HOISKKGKPEHS
I'se Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothe*
clean and sweet us when new. All grocers.
from amateurs," says a reader for one
of the magazines. Recently I chanced
upon this choice bit:
" 'John, the husband, and Grace, the
Rife, ate on together in silence. There
was indubitably an ill feeling between
them. The husband devoured a plate
of soup, half a fish, an entree or two,
a piece of roast beef, together with
a ,sweet, without ever once opening
his mouth.' "
Object of Increased Solicitude.
"There never was * time when the
farmer was so highly considered as he
is to-day," said the gentle jollier.
"That's right," answered Mr. Corn-
tossel; "they're making a heap o' fuss
over us agricultural folks. You seen,
crops has been kind o' good lately. In
addition to votes we've got a little
spare change that's worth lookin'. aft-
Ever hear of a man getting rich by
following the advice given in books on
Mr*. Wlnslow'H Soothing Syrup.
For children teething, aofimi the sunn, reduce« in-
taiuuistlou, sl.it) b pain. cures wind olio. uc ■ bottle.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the eonntry
than all other diseases nut together, and until tin- last
tew yeara was auni>oae.l t.i be Incurable. For a ureal
The greatest secret of successful
coffee Is the thorough washing of the
pot every time it is used, as there is
a bitter oil or residum which fills ev-
ery available seam In the pot, and, one
day old, spoils the best efforts at cof-
fee making. The best guides make
their coffee in a clean tin paii, com-
mencing it In cold water and shoving
it forward to a boil about the time
the rest of the meal is ready to serve,
taking care not to let the aroma boil
away. When ready to serve dash a
cup of cold water on it to settle Uie
grounds. The proportions of coffee to
use is a tablespoonful for each per-
son and then an extra tablespoonful.
drops to a teaspoonful. It art* directly on the blood |
fuid mucoua surfaces of the system. They offer ons
bund red dollars for any case It falls to cure
(or circulars and tentltiionlaUi.
Address: F. J. CIIK.VEY A CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Bold by Druggists. ;:>c.
'.aks iiail's Family i'llls for constipation.
Useful Kitchen Table.
A most useful article of kitchen fur-
niture is a small movable zinc covered
table. It should be about 28 inches
high and the top two feet square. The
top should be covered with zinc and
the table should be mounted on ball
bearing casters. When canning fruit
or making griddle cakes it cau be
rolled up to the range. You can set
saucepans or frying pans on it if you
wish, as the zinc is easily cleaned. An
undertable, if required, may be a^Hed
and placed about nine Inches from the
Pettlt's Eye Salve Restores.
"" """ "'i1'"'"'1 wcurauie. cur u ureal Xo matter how badlv the eces inn* !,
many year* doctors pronounced It a local disease and ,)i«enaeil <n- ininro.1 All i.„ , VI
prescribed local remedies, and by constantly tailing 'l' fused ol injured. All dtllggists or How-
to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Ul'OS., Jtunalo, .N. 1.
Science haa proven Catarrh to be a constitutional dls- I
ease, and therefore require* constitutional treatment. : 'rv. „ , , . ,.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 1 J. Cheney ! nearest approach some fellow's
A'Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Constitutional cure ou make to getting a iol) Is to KO around
the market. It la taken Internally In doses from 10 ... , , , 8 ountl
— .. . . . , witn a snow shovel In summer and a
lawn mower in winter.
The proprietor of Wrigley's Spear-
mint chewed it in preference to all his
other brands before he advertised It.
The rule of three Is fully recognized
by the man who lives with his mother
in-law, his wife and his first baby.
Don't believe a word when they try
to sell you imitations of Wrigley's
The bravery of some men Is like
| that, of bulldogs; they haven't sense
| enough to be afraid of anything.
! ,. t LOSE .NO SLEEP
through a nagging eolith or Irritated throat. Allen'*
Grading Literary Power.
Dean Shailer Mathews says that the
flewspaper "shapes the popular mind
more by its headlines than by its ed-
itorials." By the same token, au-
thors impress by the title «>f their
books, not by their contents, artists by
their themes, rather than by their ex-
ecution—and lecturers by their plati-
tudes more than by their sense.
The extraordinary popularity of line
white goods this summer makes the
choice of Starch a matter of great iui
portance. Defiance Starch, being free
from all Injurious chemicals, is the
only one which is safe to use on fine
fabrics. Its great strength as a stiffen-
er makes half the usual quantity of
Starch necessary, with the result of
perfect finish, equal to that when the
goods were new.
Like the Rest of Us.
"Please, muinsey, just live cents,"
"But, Johnnie, it was only this
morning that I gave you five cents."
"I know, mumsey, but"—putting his
irms around her neck—"I'm so hard
n money."—Everybody's Magazine.
A man isn't necessarily hot-headed
because he wears a stove-pipe hat.
. Irs. Pinkham, of £ynn, Mass.,
invites all sick women to write
lier for advice. She has guided
thousands to health ana her
advice is free.
^ Wipe it off your otherwise
good, looking face—put on that
good health smile that CAS-
CARETS will give you—as
a result from the cure of
Constipation—or a torpid liver.
It's so easy—do it—you'll see.
CASCARBTS X)c a boi for a week's
treatment, all drugp&t*. Biggest seller
in the work!. Million boxes a monih.
$1022 Recipes Free
Sufferers from Dyspepsia and Stomach troubles
I will aend you a nm-ceHHful physician's pre-
scriptions (worth 110.00) fr'e. They will cure
you. They liave cured h ldreda. Send ad-
dress and stamp.
L. H. HALLOCK, Flint, Michigan
>V R10 < £Y S 2SPEA RMINT
The Modern Razor
NO STROPPING NO HONING
iinrBa-l^n^lhaSi" the ttfl -otTou"uufckTr "and I
harinlBnaly. All drungl u. :&•, Mfe and ll.ui tK>tile .
The man who has been down can
appreciate being up in the world.
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
One pound dates, one cup sugar,
one and one-half cupfuls of water,
cook to a paste; two and one-half
cupfuls oatmeal, two and one-half cup-
fuls white flour, one-half cupful water,
one teaspoonful soda dissolved in wa-
ter, one cupful butter, one cupful
brown sugar, cream butter and sugar;
add soda and water; add flour and
oatmeal and roil out thin; spread half
of It with paste and then lay on top
the remaining half; cut in long strips
and bake ia hot oveu, —
The IT. S. Government hag bought 25
Gross (.1,0011 boxes) ol Rough on Rats to
send to the Panama Canal Zone, because it
doe* the work. The old reliable that never
fails. The unbeatable exterminator. 15c,
It seems strange to the masculine
Intelligence that many a woman who
Js afraid of a mouse isn't a bit afraid
of her husband.
Wrigley's Spearmint soothes better
than a cigar—costs less than a cigar,
i Boarding house coffee is one of the
things that are well roasted.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the best of ell medicines for the cure of diseases,
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the
only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu-
ated physician—an experienced and skilled specialist ia
the diseases of women.
It is a safe medicine in any condition of the system.
THE^ONJ^J^J^MEDY which contai.it no alcohol
•nd no injurious habit-forming drugs and which
creates no craving for auoh atimulants.
THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makera
•re not afraid to print its every ingredient on
•ach outside bottle - wrapper and attest to th*
truthfulness of the same under oath*
It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, snd any dealer who hasn't it eao
get it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine os
snown tX,-«rosmoN. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist
who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken
or i« trying to deceive you for bis own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to t>
trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession—your health—
may be your life itself. Set that you get what you ask for.
Don't think that because a man is
willing to lend you a helping hand
he'll stand for a touch.
tised in its columns should inuft upon
having what they a k (or, refusing all
substitutes or imitations.
, HAIR BALSAM
Clean e tiki b^atitTies tha hair,
rromoteg a luxuriant growth.
Wever Falls to Beatore Oray
I Italr to its Youthful Color.
Curati icalp dittatfi k hair filling.
MIDLAND MACHINE WORKS fnV.h.^5
and brasa (oond.ri. Machine work of all kinds
ylT.n careful attention. Uackine blackamith'
ins, brass castings, pull.ji hanaeri snd shaft-
ing carried in stock. MUBKOUKK. OK LA.
DflN'T PAY 'rom It 00 to 15.00 per bottle for Pat-
uun I I HI «nt Hpavln Cures. d nd ri.«l for
prescription of remedy thai has nerer fulled, luiake
a specialty of mall order prescriptions. Send iUf
tlst. It. M. ISarrows, V, s.( Vernon, Colorado.
WRIOLCV'S . t-nrc
- .. ...H.iru / It- W 18 nil
- - - - or old New OrleunH. 15c. Stanios
SuSfwAM i'rff "t Tlt'w "n *'uch canl.
IsJ&O. Y\ A1.LACK, 1U3 ltoyal, Now Orleans, '
20 Art Post Ciirda. Colored Views. |A^
rrk pi i? raA8' aV? ■ £tc. Reg. 2 for5 rctaii IU0
KRK I L B. CO., Athens, Pa, btampaor silver.
Thompson's Eyt Wattr
W. N. U., MUSKOGEE, NO. 44-1909.
T.pwiy Single Binder straight 5c cigar is
made to satisfy the stuuker.
Great men do not drop out of the
sky In evening dress.
Greatest health exorcise known!
Chew Wrigley's Spearmint.
When duty calls on a man he is apt
to be out.
A Certain Cure for Sore,weak a Inflamed Eyes
amke5 THE USE OF drugs UNNECESSARY. Price. 25 Cents Dru0sts.
You Look Prematurely Old
halta. "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, ti,00, retail.
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