Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 24, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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In its work of digestion
and assimilation by be-
ginning your meals with
a dose of
It will prevent
Try a bottle today.
EVIDENTLY SHE WAS ANNOYED
Good Wife's Punishment, Intended for
Husband, Poor Compensation
A popular revivalist had been hold-
ing aerv'ces at a town in Mississippi
when a heavy / Jn ^anie on, and he ac-
cepted an invitation to pass the night
at the house of one of the towns-
men. Observing the preacher's
drenched clothing, the host brought
foui a suit of his own and sent his
guest upstairs to don it.
The good man had made the change
and was on his way back to the sit-
ting room, when the woman of the
house came out of another room, hold-
ing in her hands the big family Bible,
out of which the minister was to be
invited to read a chapter before the
family went to bed.
3he was not, however, in a very
amiable frame of mind, for careful
housewives are likely to be put out of
eorts by the advent of unexpected
company. Seeing the revivalist in his
borrowed garments, she mistook him
for her husband, and as he passed in
front of her she lifted the book and
brought it down sharply on his head.
"There!" she exclaimed. "Take that
for asking him to stay all night!"—
IN THE COURTROOM.
BREAD MADF WITHOUT FLOUR
ngenious French Idea That Is Said
I to Have Produced Excellent
In France bread has been made
Mthout flour in a machine that trans-
forms the wheat directly into dough.
This machine shows a large screw
turning loosely in a case, on the inner
•urface of which is a screw thread
running in an opposite direction. Be
Iween the main threads on the cylin-
ler are smaller threads, and the depth
rf the groove becomes progressively
•mailer from one end to the other,
10 that it will hold the entire wheat
grain as it enters the machine, at the
same time accommodating only the
pulverized wheat at the exit.
The wheat Is prepared by a thor
ough washing, after which operation
about a pint of tepid water to a
pound of grain is added, the whole
mixture being allowed to stand some
Blx hours. Then the grains of wheat
have Bwollen to twice their size. The
| mixture 1b then treated with yeast
I and salt, and is poured into the ma-
j chine. It falls between the threads
j of the moving «crew and of the fixed
j contrary screw, which simultaneously
j crush the envelope and body of the
: grain, making of them a homogeneous
1 mixture that forms a smooth paste,
j Bread made by this process con-
| lains a succession of holes whose size
j Increases as they approach the crust,
j which is thin. The odor given off i
I 6aid to be most agreeable.
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Peoria, 111.—"I wish to let every one
| fcnow what Lydia E. Pinkham's reme-
uvf"H (lies have done for
me. For two years
I suffered. The doc-
tors said I had tu-
mors, and the only
remedy was the sur-
geon's knife. My
mother bought ma
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound, and today I
I am a healthy wo-
man. For months
. ■ aJl suffered from in-
flammation,and yonrSanative Wash re-
i Sieved nae. Your Liver Pills have no
(equal as a cathartic. Any one wishing
proof of what your medicines have
done for me can get it from any drug-
gist or by writing to me. You can uSa
my testimonial in any way you wish,
find I will be glad to answer letters."—
Mrs. Christina Reed. 105 Mound St.,
Another Operation Avoided.
KEEP CLOTHES LINE TAUT' New Orleans, La.—"For years I suf-
I fnred from severe female troubles,
j Finally I was confined to my bed and
I the doctor said an operation was neces-
I sarv. I gz.re Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
I ctable Compound a trial first, and
I was saved from an operation."—Mrs.
Lily Peyroux, 1111 Kerlerec St., New
The great volume of unsolicited tes-
(imony constantly pouring in proves
conclusively that Lydia E. Pinkham's
' Vegetable Compound is a remarkable
remedy for those distressing feminine
ills from which so many women suffer.
PREROGATIVE OF HER SEX
Bride Haj But Exercised Recognized
Privilege That Is Universally
A young couple had been courting
for several years and the young man
seemed to be in no hurry to marry.
Finally, one day, he said:
"Sal, I canna marry thee."
"How's that?" asked she.
"I've changed my mind," said he.
"Well, I'll tell thee what we'll do,"
said she. "If folks know that it's
thee as has given me up 1 shanna be
able to get another chap; but if they
think I've given thee up 1 can get all
I want. So we'll have banns published
and when the wedding day comes the
parson will say to thee: 'Wilt thou
have this woman to be thy wedded
wife?' and thou must say: I will.' And
when he says to me: 'Wilt thou have
this man to be thy wedded husband?'
1 shall say: 'I winna." "
The day came, and when the minis-
ter asked the Important Question the
man answered: "I will."
Then the parson said to the wom-
an: "Wilt thou have this man to be
thy wedded husband?" and she said:
"Why," said the young man furious-
ly, "you said you would say 'I win
"I know that," said 'he young wom-
an, "but I've changed my mind since."
—Mack s National Monthly.
. 1 l'w,s
THERE ARE OTHERS.
The best clotnes line from hemp
ir cotton will stretch during the damp
weather. To save the trouble of
lightening the line frequently, an eas-
ily constructed device may be used.
The posts must be set solidly In
Ihe ground, and well trampled with
9ne gravel or broken rock or crock-
ery. Fasten the lines to the cross-
pieces at one end and let them run
through small pulleys at the other
rnd. The loose end should drop
down about two feet from the cross-
piece and a weight attached to it
which will always keep it taut and
Delicious Spanish Chicken.
After washing and cutting up a
chicken, put on to boil in plenty of
water. Thirty minutes later salt tc
taste. O e hour before the chicken is
I done put one cup of rice in with it to
boll slowly. Ten minutes later put
i lanish-dressing in with chicken and
rice. (Add no more water.)
Recipe for Spanish Dressing—Chop
very fine two large onions and four
cloves of garlic, add one-fourth tea
spoon of cryenne pepper, fry in olivo
oil until a light brown.
An Undefinable Definition.
A few days after school opened in
the spring a teacher in a Brooklyn
i school was testing the members of
one of her old classes on what they
had remembered of the definitions she
I had taught them during the preceding
, term. Finally she asked the bright
| Soy of the class this question:
"Now, Robert, tell me what a hypo-
j crite is?"
"A hypocrite," replied Robert with-
! out hesitation, "is a ki i w'at comes to
! school wit' a smile on his mug."
toYoar Good Health and Pleasure
Come—follow the arrow 'til you join
the merry throng of palate pleased men
and women who have quit seeking fol
the one best beverage because they've
Real satisfaction in every glass—snap and sparkle—vim
and go. Quenches the thirst—cooia like a breeie
THB COCA-COLA CO.
A r row thinh
of Coca- Cola
PMy Linen skirt* are awf'ly short*
Now I don't think that's wrong,
And Mama says that Fauldess Starch,
Will make them wear quite long."
FKEE wiU EaJi 10c P clute-A hBowlsJ 3o«Mir CtilHrti
Leaving Him at Sea.
"Could you do someth' g for a poor
old sailor?" asked the seedy-lookir.g
wanderer at the gate.
"Poor old sailor," echoed the lady at
work at the tub.
"Yes'm, I follered the wotter for IS
"Well," saii me woman, after a crit-
ical look, "you certainly don't look as
[ if you ever caught up with It."
Then she resumed her labors.
She—Who are those young met.
■with books under their arms?
He—Students. They are taking up
She—What's that old man in ths
big chair back of the desk doing?
He—He's laying it down.
STRONGER THAN MEAT
A Judge's Opinion of Grape-Nuts.
A gentleman who has acquired a Ju-
dicial turn of mind from experience
on the bench out In the Sunflower
State writes a carefully considered
opinion as to the value of Grape-Nuts
as food. He says:
"For the past 5 years Grape-Nuts
has been a prominent feature in our
bill of fare.
"The crisp food with the delicioi s,
nutty flavor has become an indlg
pensable necessity in my family's
"It has proved to be most healthful
and beneficial, and has enabled us to
practically abolish pastry and pie*
from our table, for the children prefer
Grape-Nuts, and do not crave rich and
"Grape-Nuts keeps us all in perfect
physical condition—as a preventive of
disease it is beyond value. I have been
particularly impressed by the benefi-
cial effects of Grape-Nuts when used
by ladies who are troubled with face
blemishes, skin eruptions, etc. It
eiears up the complexion wonderfully.
"As to its nutritive qualities, my ex-
perience is that one small dish of
Grape-Nuts Is superior to a pound of
meat for breakfast, which is an impor-
tant consideration for anyone. It sat-
isfies the appetite and strengthens the
power of resisting fatigue, while its
use involves none of the disagreeable
consequences that sometimes follow
a meat breakfast." Name given by
Fostum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellvllle," In pkgs. "There's a reason."
Ever rend (he above
Beat the whites of seven eggs about
half, add one saltspoon of salt and
one-third teaspoon of cream of tartar
and beat to a standing froth; stir in
lightly one cup of sifted sugar, add
the beaten yolks of five eggs, flavor
with orange or lemon juice, fold in
two-thirds of a cup of flour, turn into
a bright ungreased pan having a tube
in the center and bako from 40 to 60
Merely a Temporary Disadvantage.
The widow had just announced her
"But, my dear Maria," said her
I friend, "you don't mean to tell me
that you Intend marrying a man
you've only known for two weeks?"
"Oh, yes," said :e happy widow.
"I can easily overcome that objection
In time. I hope to know him toler-
| ably well after we have been married
a couple of years."—Harper's Weekly.
To Clean the Roast Pan.
On taking up roast and gravy, flfl
the pan half full of water to which a
teaspoon of soap powder has been add
ed; set on back of stove to keep hot
When you come to wash it you will
find the work already done.
If you burn a loaf cake let is get
perfectly cold, then with grater grate
away the burnt part and unsightly
edges. In this way you make a per
feet shaped cake for icing.
The Honest Man.
Diogenes was searching for an hon-
"He will advertise that his summer
resort has mosquitoes," explained the
to DRIVE orT AIjAK. * ^ „
Ta*o the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTHl.BSsa
Oil ILL TON 10. You know what you are taking
The formula is plainly printwfon every bottle,
showing it Is simply Qutnlue and Iron in a taatp-
]<t,s form. Tho Oulnine drives out the malaria
and the iron builds up the system. Bold by ail
dealt rs for ik) youra. Price M) centa.
Dried Apple Fruit Cake.
1 Soak three cups of dried apples ovei
night In cold water enough to swell
them. Chop them in the morning and
put them on the fire with three cups
of molasses; stew until almost soft;
add a cup of seedless raisins and stew
a few moments; when cold add thre«
cups of flour, one cup of butter, three
eggs and a teaspoon of soda, l'ake
in a steady oven. This will make twe
good sized panfuls. Raisins may be
omitted, also spiceB to taste may b<
Two eggs, well beaten, one-half cup
sugar, one-half cup molasses, one cup
tour milk, one teaspoon soda (round
ing full), mixing spoon melted butter,
one-half teaspoon ginger, one-half tea
spoon cinnamon. Mix as soft as call
be bandied without sticking. Cut 1#
j strips and twist.
Care of Egg Bester.
An egg beater never should be lef
to soak in water, as the oil will b
washed out of the gears, making I
hard to turn.
Gibbs—Do you ever think of the
debts you owe your ancestors?
Dibbs—No; they are not pushing me
like my tailor and grocer.
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-KASE
the Antiseptic powder to he shukpn into the ghoef
fur Ui* d. achlnK feet. It takes t he Htln« out of corns
nnd bunions and makes walking a delight. Bold
everywhere, 26c. Refute substitutes. For FllKH
trial package, address A. B. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N.Y
Hold fast to the highest Ideals that
flash upon your vision in hours of
j exaltation.—Frances E. Willard.
Teacher—What Is Yalevard univer-
sity noted for?
Tommy—For Its football team.
PIMPLES COVERED HIS BACK
"My troubles began along in the
summer In the hottest weather and
took the fnrru of small eruptions and
itching and a kind of smarting pain.
It took me mostly all over my back
and kept getting worse until finally
my back was covered with a mass of
pimples which would burn and itch at
night so that I could hardly stand it.
This condition kept getting worse anil
worse until my back was a solid mas^
of big sores which would break open,
nnu run. My underclothing would be.
a clot of blood.
"I tried various remedies and salve*
for nearly three years and I wan not
getting any benefit. It seemed I wafc
in eternal misery and could not sleep
on my back or lean on a chair. 1 was
finally given a Bet of the Cuticura
Remedies and inside of two we^ks I
could see and feel a great relivf- I
kept on using Cuticura Soap, Ointment
and also the Resolvent, and in about
three or four months' time my back
was nearly cured and I felt like n new
being Now I am in good health and
no sign of any skin diseases and I
am fully satisfied that Cuticura Reme-
dies are the best ever made for skin
diseases. I would not be without
them." (Signed) W. A. Armstrong,
Corbin, Kan., May 26, 1911. Although
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold
by druggists and dealers everywhere,
a sampie of each, with 32-page book,
will he mailed free on application to
"Cuticura," Dept. 27 K, Boston.
Dying by Organs.
It has been discovered that if a
human being dies after an ordinary
illness and not a violent death he
does not die ail over and all at once,
lie may have a diseased liver, heart
or lung, and this may be the cause
of his death; but it has been found
that if the diseased organ could have
been replaced by a healthy one life
might have been maintained indefi-
nitely. This Is no imagination or
speculation. It has been confirmed
by the most careful experiments by
the ablest medical scientists in the
YOU WILL FIND
JETTWOOD PEPPER SAUCE
a much better article than the ordinary which is
generally made with chcap chillies and brine.
JETTWOOD BRAND is made with selected
peppers and pure grain vinegar and so blended
that we know you will appreciate it. Only 10c
a bottle at your grocers.
JETT & WOOD GROCER COMPANY, Wichita, U. S. A.
Importers, Wholesale Grocors, Coflce Roasters and Manufacturers.
The Ultimate Limit.
First Dentist—My work is so pain-
lees that my patients often fall asleep
while I am at their teeth.
Second Dentist—That's nothing.
Mine all want to have their pictures
taken to catch the expression of de-
light on their faces.
Wichita, Knn., July 7, 1911.—"Wichita
nnd Kansas may well lie proud of THK
FARMERS AND HANKERS LIFE IN-
SURANCE COMPANY, the successful new
financial institution of this city. 1 he
Company's success is attracting attention
all over the country, and has been re-
marked upon by every leading Life in-
surance Magazine in the I'nited States.
Its record for its first month, of $532,500
of business is a remarkable one, and is a
great endorsement of the Kansas spirit
which has built up so many great insti-
tutions in this stale. The success of the
Company continues, anil its total business
is now over three-quarters of a million.'
Knicker—My wife is always prais-
ing the men she rejected for me.
Bocker—Never mind; she will
praise you to her second husband.
Mrs. WinBlow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma-
tion, allay* pain, cures wiud colic. 25c a bottle.
To every man is given the opportu-
nity to do something worth while
Suddenly the umpire called time.
"Aw, what's the matter!" demand-
ed the catcher.
"Somebody in the grand stand ap-
plauded me," he said, wiping the
blinding tears from his eyes, "and I
wasn't prepared for that .
STRAIGHT ££C I GAB
You Pay t0o
fclot ao Good.
F.P.LEWIS Peoria. Ill
To cure costlveness the medicine must ho
more thi*n a purgative; It must contain tonic,
alterative and cathartic properties.
50,000 Men Wanted
in Western Canada
200 Million Bushols
Wheat to be Harvested
Harvest Help In Great Demand
Reports from the Provinces of
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
(Western Canada) indicate one of
the best crops ever raised on the
continent To harvest this crop will
require at least 50,000 harvesters.
Low Ratoe Will bo Given
un All Canadian Roads
Excursions are run daily and full
particulars will be given on applica-
tion to the followingauthorized Cana-
dian Government Agent. The rates
are made to apply to all who wish to
take advantage of them for the pur-
pose of inspecting the grain fields of
Western Canada, and the wonderful
opportunities there offered for those
who wish to invest, and also those
who wish to take up actual farm life.
Apply at once to
W. H. ROGERS
l?B W. 9th St., Kansas City, Mo.
possess these Qualities, and speedily restore
to the bowels their natural peristaltic motion,
so essential to regularity.
STACK and A1ACHINE
COVERS and TENTS
IKE KESOItT OF THE OZABKS
Yours for health or pleasure. Round
trip tickets on sale daily. A beau-
tifully illustrated booklet free, also
rates and information. Write,
C. D. WHITNEY, Tralilc Manager,
M. A N. A. B. K.
Eureka Springs Arkansas
Irrigated railroad lands at J price to settlers,
on railroad and close to large market centers.
Fruit, alfalfa and vineyard farms. 10,
20 and 40 acre tracts. Chicken ranches.
Write for full particulars.
Mount & Altken, 920 6th SI.,Sacraraento,Cal.
rONCA TENT St AWNING COMPANY
800 Wut Dcuglan Wichita, Kansas
Highest Class work In College, Academ j-, Music
and Fine Arts. Commodious Dormitories for
Men and Women. Expenses low. Next year
opens Sept. 13. HENRY E. THAYER, PRES.
plM«d gnfwbera, *t
tract* and kill* aU
kfliM. Neat, t.etn,
nuo*. Can't spill of
tip over, will not coil
or Injure anything
iv. Olail dealer*o«
sent prepai.l for 20c.
HAROLD SOUK Rift
l&O Do Kalb At*.
For Hay Fever and Catarrh at ririigtfliaj* or by
mall from ROSS roBTEIl,Neo<lo lm,KaiMM
W. N. U„ WICHITA, NO. 32-1911.
Iioium at Uioaa ugly, grizzly, gray hair*. Uri* "LA ORIOLE" HAIR DRIIIIN#. PRICK, ai.OO, retail.
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