Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 233, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1916 Page: 6 of 14
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 1916.
THE ONION IS AN
.1 no HOPE OF
FIFTY -WTY I T
People Like Them But Are j
Slow to Admit It. . 1
SERVED IN EXPERIMENT.
Mre. Cason Came to Atlanta
Recently Propped Up
r WEIGHED ONLY 60 LBS.
Gains 35 Lbs. on Tanlac;
Says She Feels at Well
as She Ever Did. .
Recently Mr. J. P.. Battle who is
well known in Atlanta came to Jacobs'
Ptiarmacy to get a bottle of Tanlac for
hit sister-in-law. Mrs. A. C. fsson. who
lives near Acwoith. tia. While making
the purchase Mr. flattie told of the won-
derful improvement in Mrs. Cason's
condition since she began using the
medicine about two months ago.
He also made the statement that Mrs.
Cason felt so grateful for the wonder-
ful benefit she had received that she
Wtnted to make a public statement as
she felt it her duty to tell the whole
wnrlrl atu-mt Tanlac
When Dr. Kldrr the 1 anlac re.re-when
tentative railed at Mr. Halite's resi-
dence on F.nglish avenue the following
morning Mr. Battle himself mrt him
and invited him into the living room.
Mrs. Cason who was bright ami happy
soon nude her appearance and began
with delight to Irll of Ihe wondctful
recovery of her health and her state
ment will go down in history as being
one of the most remarkable ever Riven
proprietary medicine lleie is her
Story in hrr own words :
"About six weeks ago I left my home
"on our farm near Acwnrth lia. to
come to my sister's home hcie in At-
lanta and I lift with only a shadow
of liope of ever returning alive to m)
home and husband
"I left Arworth" she continued "in
a comfortable automobile propped up
on pillow s. i oniing through the mini
try. I had almost as rmuh medu ine
IS I had baggage -a big box full of all
kinds of medicines tti.it had been pre-
scribed for me. I reached here very
weak and exhausted and with si arcely
enough strength to walk to the door.
This trouble from which 1 had suffered
so long had rrdui ed me to almost a
shadow as I only weighed sixty (ott)
"My brother-in-law Mr. Bailie said
.'Well you' have tried everything else
with no relief now I want you to lay
aside your "drug shop" and take 'I an
lac.' Of rour-e I was willing to tiy it.
for the medicine is the talk id Ihe whole
country. Well he gut it for me and I
started on ni first b"ttle that day.
"When I had taken about half of
the first buttle I began to frrl tnmger
and encouraged. I continued to take it
and it in nothing slintt of marvelous
Iww 1 improved day by day I tell my-
self further and further from the grave.
My appetite returned and my food
gaemrd to uotnish me and agree with
me. My skin and complexion began
clearing up ami I improved in every
tray possible until I am now a well
woman and when I say well I mean
absolutely what I say. I watil to tell
the whole world that I thank (iod for
"1 weigh ninetv-five (''Si pounds now
and feel as well as I cvci bit in my
life. I am going baik to my husband
and home mi the bllle farm five nulls
from Acwnrth tomorrow and won't it
tie a joyful meeting returning to my
husband and home alisolulely well and
liappy and won't I tell everybody about
what Tanlac has done for me "
"Yes it's just like she savs" i bull-
ed in Mr. Battle about this time "lau-
lac bat simply robbed the grave and
if 'on could have seen hei when i-hf
Started on this tin -di inc you would
lay the same tiling
I didn't kii".v at the time j i ... A
hat trouble was but the dm t"rs said
she had pellagra. She ma v have hail
it for all I know but there is one thing
rtrtain she hasn't K"t it now or at
least you WJuldn'l think il vnti imiM
watch her eat 1 lold hei jokingly the
Other day that she was eating me out of
house and home I don't guess there
-WS vcr m vii-f 1 1 're her and there is
one thing certain yu ran count on us
tailing everybody about it for I full)
btlieve she owes her life to this medi
tine today." lanl.n is sold in Okla
ttoma t ity by We-tfall Drug (o
70000(10 hollies Sold in two scars.
Miss Osborne Discusses Dish
in Plain Food Test.
(Ivllfir n Note - llelow I the el.-venlh
ri K in written .v Mm I.imh 'nbnriie.
upervlKor of liiinir economic of the loan
rhiHil l.uH.-it upon Iho ri i nl plain ("'"I I
BY MISS LENO OSBORNE.
"Whv ii"t have creamed oto-'lis.
some dav .-" I bis request came
private wav from one member
grouti And thi request
had to be
f ir fear of
f the mem-
made in a side whisper
the bantering of the rest
No difference how mmh a person
iiuv care for this special vegetable he
is reluctant to admit it but it persuad-
ed to do so dors il in a s..rt of a de-
fensive stvlc as "Well I don't care 1
do like onions once in a while."
People Enjoy Onions.
And more people enjoy onions than
will admit it. I lure are many home-.
n a rainy evening there is no
pro-peels ol company or engagements
the whole family enjoy Ihe huge dish
of green spring onions or slued Ber-
mudas on the table.
K there an) thing thai i an cause more
consternation (r apparent basbfulness
than to be con (i . ntcd suddenly by ..
lonipanv df people alter you have in-
dulged lo vonr salisfacli-n ; or is there
anything that can so i nn'pb-teiv t ike
the wind out of vntu sails of confidence
than after having indulged and enlire'v
forgotten the aflair and are expressing
voim theories mi a subject have some
one sav. "You must have had onions fur
I'eihaps the fiieii'l vvlio puts his haul
over lus moinh. as if he bad Ihe tooth-
ache itn hastens oil after vonr friend-
ly greeting is not offended at ymi. or
living In calih a tram out but has onlv
vrelded to temptation I yen the people
who like them best do not want them
second-banded and for that reason we
(all the onion the "home" vegetable.
It has a strong personality the very
qualifications wlvich in most things
make for them a place of ptoiiiinenee in
the social world in litis casedemands
Can't Setve. 'Em Often.
Specialists jn food chemistry niav. in-
vent some treatment whereby the odor
of the onion may be neutralised but
until thev do we can never hope to
serve them as ofien is is healthful to
do. The person who eats raw onions is
offensive to others and apologizing
does not remedy it.
Arids have some effect ; onions sliced
in vinegar or lemon juice do not give
off the odors that freh ones do Cook-
ing if done very lanfullv has more
i fleet than am thing else.
Medii inally there is not a-vegetable
of more importance. Ihe old saving
"An onion a rl.iv will keep the doctor
away" has mmc I rut h in it. It is anti-
septic and for hmsI people quiets the
nerves and produces sleepiness; it fur-
nishes the mtlfh needed bulk and adds
fine flavor to other foods when served
tejoieil Onions -We. bought small
onions fot 5 lents a pound Two pounds
vvete sufficient for eight people. 1 hev
were placed in a large pan with enough
water in il so 1 li.it the peeling could be
done under the water. I bis kept them
from hurting the' eves. Yc made ' a
i nam same of on.- half cup oil one.
halt nip Hour and three (tips of milk;
put Ihe raw onions in tins reheated il
and Id them steam three hours in the
lit eless looker. When ready to setve
the onions weie tender and the sauce
Almo't Odnt less.
There wn srry little oior when
rooked lliis w a ami each member
with the esieptioii of one rnjoved
them. Ibis one would not eat them
t . . .
on .nise no never iiaa ami wouM im
l-irak i iv et
c all hoped that hr would stand
out as firtnlv against othct temptations
to break over any of bis fit m sel rules
Xtft'S CfS- so -v? vr
HOLD MEET HERE
Official Call Issued for Srs-
TTOW different times were when your
" mother was a girl. Just think of the
many hours the housekeeper of that day
toiled away in a hot old kitchen. But of
course it couldn't be helped then. The
baker's bread was just as liable to be flat
heavy and "doughy" as the home-baked
kind. He had no advantages over the home
way of baking and naturally was subject
to the same kind of "failures." So the house-
keeper of that day had to slave away bak-
ing all her own bread.
sions Feb. 6-
"This should he far more to vonr in-
terest than to go to Wichita to bear
a few tractors snort and receive a few
cigars. I heir only aim is to keep you
in a muss and a fight. All thev want
to know is vonr pedigiee and vclia von
aie doing m whirr vou hW Thev
have been doing that for fifteen years
at the tlireslieii' expense without a
single law passed in Kansas in favor of
the threshers or in any way to help
them along "
DEMAND MORE ACTION
PARIS Dec. JO. A resolution has
been adopted by the socialist congress
calling on the government In ptusucj
a more vigorous policy both in militarv
and economic ai tiott so that the full j
resources ot the lotmtry may ne
brought into plav and the war termi
nated'tnoie ieelilv. The resolution is
predicated on the assertion that the
tephes of the central powers to Presi-
dent Wilson's note leave no doubt that
the ofirr of praie negotiations was a
Iieputirs who met del man and other
fore:gu socialist delegates at the con
ference in Switzerland supported a mo-
tion in lavor of resumption of inter
national relations among socialists
This proposal was defeated bv a small
j ruajorit :
ifler a long and heated di(
These asseitions are made by .l'in j TIM E ON MEXICAN
II Not presnlent ot Hie interstate
Association ( f Southwest Thrrshrrmen
hi Ihe official rail for a convention to
be held in Oklahoma l ily 1 chruarv
ti. 7 and S.
The (all for the meeting hrre marks
the "bicak" will) the meeting that has
been held annually at Wnhita Mr.
Scott sjid Ihe president 'aid manv
members throughout Oklahoma and
Texas weie dissatisfied with Ihe meet-
ing at Wichita and had concluded an
organization to meet elsewhere would
be' belter for the thrrshermen.
To Protect Interests.
At the meeting here the call savs ac-
tion on legislative matters affecting
the thre.herineit wrll be taken among
which Ihe convention may ask the re
peal of the "planking" law amendments
to the hen law ami to prevent the ex
tension of the workmen's compensation
law to include thrcNLcrnien
Mr. Scott said at1east 500 delegates
would atletid the meeting
Ptotect Our Daughters. Adv.
M KX It O I 'M Y Dec. JO A decree
has been issued giving foreigners hold-
ing title to real estate mining and oil
properties and timberlatids until April
15 to rc igii thrir treaty rights insofar
as the properties in ipicstion are con
(crned l ormal leriunriatlon of such
right mu-.t be made in ace ordame
with the decree issued more than four1
months ago whiih provided that such
foreigner must in t licit become
Mexican iituens inalsr as the prop-
erty was concerned.'' There is sonic
m.i erl uiitv as to whether the decree r
relroai live and affcils ptcscnt ent( r
prises or only future rights.
Wife Sends Hun to Prison.
MAY YOkK Dec. f.-Induced bv
his wife lo lonfess to thefts amounting
Id JolXK) from his employers Adolph
I.oeffter was sentemed todav to serve
(run thtee years to forty two months in
prison. His wife patted his shoulder
and wished him a happy New Year.
rpODAY times have changed. With the
times habits have changed too. No
more does the thrifty housekeeper waste her
valuable time and energy baking her own
e bread. What's the use? She can buy a
splendid loaf of bread for a dime less than
it would cost to bake it herself. She realizes
the baker must use the very best ingredients
to get such ideal results. She knows hi?
shops are inspected regularly by the city so
are always kept "neat as a pin" an d his
bread can be bought FRESH DAILY at the
SAVE TyilE - LABOR - MONEY
Buy the Dime Loaf!!!
Nttilj and Quickly Done.
No piece of repair work is
too difficult for us to hindh:
and ill work is guaranteed 1 1
be just is represented You
tike no clunres when you
bring your work to us because
we will tell you just whit the
tost will be when von leive
the work with us KfcHUII D-
ING of old jewelry into the
very litest styles is ilto
Alwiyi remember I RICK F.
cm fix It ind the cost will be
OfPMlU Eatrinrt to Terminal
tatlott 18 N. Hirtir
"Jilt South of Xerr'i oi
Iler Veehngs Much Hurt.
KSS t M Y. Dei. J) Mis He-
alriie M Meveiti asks $l(liil from
lite liate lii Dtieitorv company for
improperly di -signaling her as a "scam
stress" in the I'MJ ducctoiv. She asks
in M uit filed todav in i irrnit court
an additional J.'iHimi (r an error made
III the direr lory lsei in )'. Mis
Stevens' petition savs she has been ir-
Utc Timet Want Adi
Tfey Get Results
by keeping the system
strong and healthy and
the blood rich and pure
To thtt end TRY
It helps Nature bring
back the appetite aids
digestion and promotes
strength and vigor
To Mike Old Bread New.
IKS' bread is stale damp it all
over with milk put it in a h"t
oven for about twenty minutes;
son will have a ime new loaf It ts
better done the day before needed.
How to Sive Tea.
Iirlote using tea spread it on a heet
of paper and place it in a warm but not
hot iiven from (en to fifteen minutes.
Hy doing this tea will go much fuilher
and the llaviir will be riniih improved.
Hy this method ihere is a saving of a
quarter pound on every pound id tea.
The Uses of Tissue Tiper.
Don't throw awav any tissue paper
from your lurid or other panels but
smooth nut and lav it away in a drawer
for future use. A small pad of tissue
paper spiinkled with methylated spirits
will give a inost hi illiant polish to mir-
rors or picture glasses or windows. I he
pad used without the spirit is vei ood
for polishing ster I or brasses. isn for
tubbing grease spots off furniture.
(bateau Ihessing -(one pint; espe-
cially for fruit atad -Take a glass of
the best currant jelly; whip it until
there are no lumps of anv kind Have
vonr bowl in ire. Add same amount of
the best double whipped cream slitting
it in verv slowly.
Thousand Island Dressing (one
pint I - Due fourth pint m.ivonnaise 'i
pint chili same gtern pepper
((hopped i a little chopped (hives ur
parsh y 1 1 hives pi ef erred I. Mix well to-
gether. Thousand Island Salad Dressing
Two tablespoon thill satire J table-
spoons mayonnaise J tablespoons
whipped cream I teaspoon (hopped pi-
mentos I teaspoon chopped Rreen pep-
per .1 teaspoon (hoped chives salt and
pipnka to taste.
Southern Tea Hittiiit li soil want
thise f.ii supper at d o'llmk they must
he slatted at I o'clock. Into a ipiart of
silted flout tub I teaspoon eai'h of
sugar nud sail and a tablespoon eaih
of lard and butler. Dissolve half
cake compressed yeast in a little warm
water idd rnp of milk nnd mis; well
with the flour (over set in warm
plire to rise. When light turn nut unto
baking bond and roll nut to thickness
of hilf in inch Cut into rounds ami
put together with melted butter be
I ween let rue ait hour and bake in
PAIN H m
Kul) stiffness away with
small trial bottle of old
"St. Jacob's Oil."
Ah! I'am is gone!
ijuickly?- Yrs. Almost ni'tant te-
hei frni soreness stiffness lameness
and pain follows a gentle lubl-afff with
"St. .lamb's till"
Kiih this soothing penetrating oil
right on your painful I'.ok. and bk
magic relief comes "St Jamb' ( Id"
i a harmless l a kaihe. lumbago and
siialiia t tit r whuh never disappoints
and doeoi't burn the skin.
Stia'ghten up! Unit i nii!plaiiitn !
Si..p those torturous "stitches" In a
moment sou will forget that you ever
had a weak h.uV bei ause it won't hurt
or lie titf or lame. Don't suffer! del
a small trial bottle of old. honest "St
Jacob's dil" from your druggist now
and get this lasting relief -Adv.
Fifty itoll.iin ren for the rret
nt riirl c William and : M.
IInc win. M"Ue Inll nt siiilplnir
HklH Clirlhliiiri mailt; wntcd at
Hmptiin tor Pin ! mi. it '
ell (ur Jiol I 'e.ikiiii! ni l lnoal'ov
Willlsms i vvi itr flr rninil Sinn.
Intwi-eii ellm nt"l iiieiluini liuilil '
(Vet t llH-he (ill wlllt alinill Id
pminils: nf IS; Imlr llln lirnwri
Vies I ! ini'l wn wenrlna fni-eent
iilno ii'lt.ni uliirt. Pine kriae punts
tilt k tuition sli . nlioiil T. oim i im
eimt nor til llnvs In lilte. lUrk
ennielon niriluim hilllil; I tt
lilKli- wciflit IS'i ihhiiiiIm; a J':
hlKik i-uilv lilr. d'ok lirnwn rve;
svoris JO-rrtit linn eiiltim nhtrt n.
llm k wool n ruler with lr nrea
Irlti"' mminil It: lilim rj tmnln
hl.u k Inoimi choei". hIhiuI V: no
inl nor lint 'lli rih nr toltplinn
J I'. Cinwiler. eiiiinty ttitnry Mi:-
1 1 on iniiily I'iik i II i ikln
-Buy il! f T )M
-lor the home! ' m
rfijlJT In a talkiiiK-marluno you ennnot QiTi
L7 nrrept Icsh in improvrnipnt nor find Lm' i
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fPm PIyerphone appeals to you with V II
can have nue long straight hair by
using Kielento Quinine Tomade which
is a Hair tirowrr not a Kinky Hair
remover. You can see the results by
using several times Try a package
True ..x bv mail on leceipt of stamps 1
ot com. Age.ils wanted ever) where
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out Co . Allauta. da.
rirt: Hm ntan clous tone.
.Sfciiinl: ItM exceptional beauty.
Third: Its ability to play all makca
of diok record.-t.
Fourth: It.s (iiit.'-itlt' tohe modifier.
Fifth: Its automatic lid-lift.
Sixth: It low price.
-s-f 0111 punitive capacities nhow the
Pliysrphon? to be priced from CO'J.
to I0r' bidow tither makes and it's a
8 STYLES CABINET SIZE
The machine illuatratpil
and there are others at
$50 $100 $125 $160 $175
$200 and $225.
Oklahoma Book Company
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