Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, June 26, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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Iff JR HOME
Hotiw Bound, In a Mtaturt, to
Take on the Individuality
of Ita Owner.
PEOPLE HAVE VARYING IOEAS
/ndependence In Construction Olvee
Charm to American Tewne' Whan
Nat Overdone—Model Shawn
Mara Would Maka an
ctJJIiioZ - *Ud,orrf win mn,
styles of bonaaa. any om of which
UwJ00..!!"11 ii W ta ,1,hUy
U<m d. waU ,>aa, and In k*ep|ng with
, U ,Bt««ad to coTar. a
'2*™1' upon ">a atria
MWtHea of otkar building* on
r>P*rtr1. You * * • '
low roof on your bona* and a ataap
iT^r . ~of on tka .table
W I*11®* near
ss to fc,n«u,Cp' *^*r Do obl1
eweo to follow tka wklma and ca-
^Mde2 Stor' ,h"lfhbor" ,n work,n«
-w3T J2i y "*y Um co**
aaSH.1^1"* of «* • '«Mont
Mctiona of American cltiaa and towns
la tka Individual Independence in
konaa construction. In tka length of
a *tr*ot yon will seldom see two
kovaaa alike, and you And tka variety
" l"lare*tlng and agreeable as
tka different character* and the vary-
to* parsonal appearances of tke own-
«.* QUA. MIIII
M O 11
|««ar Kekiv oat tkelr favorttoa half
*f will suggest little
ekucarto at tkalr Individual Uatoa;
t? tto*1* wlree are Anally con
aalted farther ■odlkatiou are made,
until aometlmea tke original plan
merges into Qilta a different house.
Ia building n house like tke on*
kara llluatrated. tka owner hka a well-
proportioned konaa with sufficient alae
to give large rooms Tka wtdtk to M
feat « inekaa. and tka lengtk to U feet,
azcluaiva of porchee. A aplandld largo
living room la one of tka moet attrac-
tive featured and one tkat givee an'
impreaaion of luxurious comfort as you
enter tke front door. Tke open atalr-
*ay leading up from tkta largo room
alao la an arrangement peculiar to tkla
style of kouae. Another good feature
of tkla main rooof la tke large com-
fortable-looking flreplace at one end
where It will look ita beat from tka
window aaat In tke otker end of tka
Tka modem large living room Idea
kaa been growing In tka minds of tko
American people for aeveral yeara.
We kave learned tkat it to not necee-
Thi Coca-Cola Co., amrn,
•econd Floor Plan.
sary to kave large bedrooma or large
ntllwtyi that are not used except at
intervala, but we have found that a
large, airy living room to used contin-
ually from early morning until late at
night. Thla fact has led up to making
large living room the principal at-
Child Acta Surgeon's Rale.
Barak Shaffer, thirteen yeara old, of
^a Angelee, Cal., developed into a
little heroine when her Ove-year-old
sister fall on the sidewalk while at
play and akattered her elbow. Dr.
Edward O. Wiley, chief police sur
geon. explained patiently over the tele-
phone how the splint should be put
on, and Sarah made such a good Job
of It aa to win the admiration of all
who saw the tiny patient when aha ar-
rived at tke receiving hospital with
her little amateur nurse. The chil-
dren's father to at tke county hoapital
and their motker went to vlait him.
May belle fall and broke her arm. Ba-
th called up tke receiving hoapital
but owing to the dlatance was advised
to call oneoftkedtotrict doctors. She
could ralae none, and again called the
receiving hoapital. Dr. Wiley told
Barak what to do to relieve tke baby'a
pain, while the ambulance raced out
to the Shaffer home, and Sarah obeyed
instructions to tke letter.
THE RIGHT SOAP FOR BABY'S
In the care of baby'a akin and kalr,
Cuticura Soap la the mother'a fa-
vorite. Not only la It unrivaled la
purity and refreshing fragrance, but
Ita gentle emollient propertiea are
usually sufficient to allay minor Irri-
tations, remove redneaa, roughneaa
and cbaflng, aoothe sensitive condi-
tions. and promote akin and kalr
health generally. Assisted by Cuti-
cura Ointment, It Is most valuable In
the treatment of eczema*, rasbea and
itching, burning Infantile eruptions.
Cuticura Soap wears to a wafer, often
outlaatlng several cakea of onllnary
aoap and making Ita use most eco-
Cuticura Soap and Ointment aold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 3J-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card "Cuticura. Dept L. Boston."—Adv.
WRONG KIND OF GARDENING
Farm That Patient Had Been Indulg-
ing in Waa Not What Doctor
Would Have Recommended.
"Now comes the aeaaon when the
wife goes to the country and the hus-
band, In the words of the Immortal
"ong. shouts 'Hooray! Hooray!'".
Thua Jerome S. McWade. in an
after-dinner speech at Duluth began
his response to a toaat on "The La-
"When tlie ladles are with us, we
are safe," he reaumed, "but when they
go off to country or ahore. leaving ua
in town alone, than our troubles be-
"A man one aummer day called on
«]50C',h® iaid- Tm >■ run down.'
You look it, too,* aald the doctor
sympathetically. Tm not golDg to
prescribe druga for a man in your
Drearrih* , N° "r' *hat Iln «oln« <0
'I for Jrou '■ gardening.'
The patient atarted and hia un-
healthy pallor turned to a dull brick
But, doc,' he aald. 'gardening Is
be cause of all my trouble.'
*hat k,n<1 of gardening?'
Hoof, the man replied."
Fortune Huntor'a Mather Waa Nat
Dealing In Uneerialntlea, If
•he Cauld Help It
Mies Jeannette Gilder, the brilliant
critic, toyed with a pink and gold
muatache cup at the mustache cup
tea concluding tke Bad Taate exhibi-
tion in New York.
"Tke muatacke cup," aald Mlaa
Glider, "bolda Ita own even better
than the hand-painted cuapldor. But,
after all, there la spiritual as well as
material bad taste, and a spiritual
bad taste exhibition Is now in order.
"In the forefront of It I'd put the
fortune hunter. Not all our fortune
hunters come from acroaa the water.
I heard of one the other day who be-
longs to the oldeat family In Amer-
'But hia family la very poor, and
■o he and hia mother have decided
that he muat marry for money. They
were dlacuaalng recently, the pair of
them, a western girl.
" Her fortune Is large but vague*
said the mother. 'Besides, she is
gauche. Her feet are broad and flat.
She haa a gold front tooth. Her
French is execrable, she—1
''Oh, I could make aomethlng out
of her.' the young fortune hunter aa-
" 'Yea, but how much—that's the
question,' aaid his mother."
mihcf tp women
Take Lydia E. Pinkham'g V«f*
«tabl« Compound and be
R—tared Id Hadth.
Eaaaaa City, Ma—"The doctor* toll
me I would never bo a motker. Every
Imonth tka palaa
ware ao bad that I
"old not bear my
weight on one foot.
I began taking Ly-
dia E. Pinkham'a
poand and had not
finished the first bot-
tle when I felt
I greatly relieved and
I took it nntil it
_ ., . . —made me sound and
well, and I now have two fine baby
fflrto. I cannot praise Lydia E. Pkik-
ham a Vegetable Compound too highly
for what it haa done forme. I al wave
speak a word in favor of your medicine
to other women who suffer when I have
an opportunity." — Mm H T Worn
1225 Freemont Ave., KaniLatyjR
Bead What Another Woman aayas
V* wb#n you lean to know tkem.
7>ey kave built their kouaea after
Ideaa of tkelr own and tke kouaea
kave grown like tbemaelvea la many
res pec ta, crotchety, poaaibly, In aome
directions, but upoa tka wkole pleae-
Ing aad entertaining.
®at wkere land la valuable kouae
buildlag cannot rua riot. There are
ganewl building reatrictiona tkat muat
be observed. The kouaea must all ko
placed about the aaae distance back
from tka atreet line so one will not
obstruct tke view from aaotker, but
own thla rule akould bo varied to the
exteat of a few feet or at leaat a few
laches, to break tka tlraeome monotony
of a stralgkt line.
It la not pleaalng to aee a long lino
of houses with tke fronta all toad up
to a chalk line, with tke porck columns
placed In mathematical precision Bat
you never aee dwelling kouaea built
that way except oa new atreeta that
kave been laid out by contractors who
own tke ground and build the houses
to sell. Suck a airing of ready-made
houae* will spoil tke appenranco of
aay street. A kouae to aever a kome
truth*, a fashion ao aeaalMe tkat It
® to continue for lany years.
Cement plaster on metal latk makea
a good outaide finish for thla houae
and In connection with the cement
pltftcr a food deal of cement may be
« od about the porch, la fact, the
*„• lower part of the porch may be
built of cement, including tke floor aad
step*, or n framework may ke built
P aad covered with metal lath aad
oamont planter the aame aa the aldea
of the houae. A great deal dependa
on the coat of sand and the factlltlea
of tke contractor to make and uae con-
Wrat new Maa.
www w ■■■■ eame ii rapreaoma
tha ladtvldanMty at tko owner by glv-
««tipw—lan to mm of hia pecuUari-
A tfaaaa mea could aavar be
mm* who would actee oa aay each
•altaratfty Is kouae *—atruettoa. The
•m««r Maply foreae hi* Idea*
a lot of aawilliag buyer*, aad
*• af the* recent kto iaterfarsace.
•NMBgh It Mvca tham a little trouble
at tha tlaa
a ea oiU laofc over a book
Ia Naskville, tke other day, before
the Southern Baptist convention, over
whlek ke presided. Dr. Laneing Bur
rowa, a noted Georgia clergyman
"spoke kto mind" aa followa:
"Having a delirloua latereet la read
lag. we are eaay prey to tke design-
ing. Thus are all tke kateful dogmas
of religion, aocial. and political k*ro*y
propagated. Socialism, as represented
by one of Ita leaders, put* nine-tenth*
of Ita Income Into literature, ckooainc
tke Bakkatk day for Ita dtotrikutloa la-
ta tka komee of tka people. Tke ad-
fc***ata of a kyatorioal cubetltut* for
aoul-aavlag in the gutoe of body-heal-
lag pubtiah a dally Journal of no mena
proportions The cult af IIMdlaoua
through tanuaerable cheap magaslnaa
Present attracUve ptcturee of indraped
forma, aad ovaa tke advertlaementa
reveal womea In coraota aad m*n la
uaderclotkoa. Aad Ood'* people «||
tkelr aanter-taklea. around wkick gath-
or their anauapeotiag children, with
these aedactlv* laflueaoe*."
Oarudn Mil -la tka Ulna."
L*Mk**Ur • p**t review
of tha Lettem aad Becollectioa* of
>l*nani*r Agaaaii" remark* incldan-
tally that Agaaai. neceeded la Uowi
lag that tha vlow* advocated by Dnr-
2S 2K12f Ul1222uei
. . Aprapaa of thla a iTiSitoii
af Oafard oalla att*all*a to tha
boring of a aaral ru*f mad* mvS
fatL It la tha only impartnnt trial
avar made of tha Onrwin thaary af
atollf. aad certainly tanda to aagsart
tha latter ao tar aa tha Paalfla area to
concerned. Tha bore bale waa ijm
faat deep aad la tha can nwni
oaly ahallow-water organiama ware
"far acme raaaan or other,"
Lacking In ••if-Aaaertion.
Abner Appledry—Jay Green ain't
got no more pride and independence
about him than a rabbit!
Ashton Allred—Say, he ain't T
Abner Appledry—Nah! Whenever
he takea a ride on the car* he never
■tamp* up aad down the ai*l*a nor
stand* out on tke back platform, to
skow everybody that he know* hi*
right*, but just sits still in his sent
like ke was In ckurck!—Puck.
"Tkat ball game wa* moat interest-
ing," said the man from abroad.
"What feature of the occasion lm
preesed you most?"
"The crowd. i don't recall having
seen such n large assemblage of peo-
ple with nobody dancing th* tango."
"I used to go to th* theater just aa
a tired business maa would."
"Why did you give It up?"
"1 found that it waa th* plays that
wore making me tired."
•1 wonder how it 1* that Ooodfellow
keeps kto friend* *o long?"
"He do< n't wear tkem out"
If you i
b« tihU. clear.
Cross Ball Blue.
kave to in<
n abate on.
•art a tallow doesn't
n lead drink* to get
The horseman waata a check rein,
hat tko baaaball tea prefer* a rain
baaauaa It la more excitlag to ovor>
turn thaa to aaalm. vary little haa
haan anM ahaat thto avidanoa."
Tan never aan tall. Many a bare-
taaad Ua to tald by a aMnwlth
Minding th* Doctor.
Kh"U. .'V1'1 8,range that Dob HIIMard
should have won the heart and hand
r a girl with three, millions, for Hob,
despite his years, is the handsomest
and moat elegant creature going "
The speaker, a dramatic critic of
nicago, smiled and continued:
The last time Tlob acted here I met
him one morning promenading. And
He waa superb-top hat. atlck. black
C°at' "Pat" a,t,nK without a
crinkle, and one of those cigarette
tubes that had just come out. a tube
of gold and amber, a foot long, or
possibly 18 inches.
h«.Ap we cha,ted' and aa he amoked
MtraofSi P .Cl*ar(,,te through tbia
extraordinary tube. I said to him-
. *7°" r*r,h- Bob. do you use
S.w * cigarette tube as that*'
m. J*3Ldoft°r has ordered me,' he re-
P'lad, to keep away from tobacco."
« a fiPrJCOUp,# wer* on their way
to Scotland. They had to change
tralna at Carlisle, aad an obliging por-
ter, while struggling with the lug-
gaga. noticed that the young lady's
hair was dotted with rice. He ap-
Ul" youn* m n and. pulling
a folded paper fro mm his pocket, said:
A present for you, sir, with tke
W'mpany s compliment*." -
^Indeed." aaid tke traveler; "wkat I*
"A railway map, sir."
1thm"k y°«. but what are these
marks In blue pencil?"
•That's the beauty of it. sir; those
!i!i. .! JU,t wher* the tunnels are
and their lengtk."—London Tit-Bits.
Modern Business Man.
aaked ft Ithersiy.
"Don't ask me." growled Pllmson.
Just as I was starting for the park a
man came in and Insisted on talking
.11®" to me the whole afternoon."
That ■ tough. He took up your
Ume and you got nothing."
"Oh. I made |1,000, confound the
RECOGNIZED WORK OF ARTIST
Q",ek ta Hand Out What
Might Be Called Important Piece
Charles R. Knight, the artlat. whoae
reproductions of dlnoaanrs and crea-
tures of long ago are known the world
over, prefers, however, to be known
as a painter and sculptor of modem
animals. He has worked from the liv-
ing model a* much as possible, and
this has taken him to the zoos In
many cities. He was telling hie ex-
periences at the coo in Washington.
One arternoon an important look-!
. . °e^ro catne w,th his best 1
girl, he said. -"They stopped for a
minute and looked at the sketch 1 !
was making of a deer.
Yer know wh^t he am doln', don't
yer. 1 asked the negro of his com '
, " Mebbe.' answered the woman. '
'"Shoh. He's makjng „ landscape
ob one er dem habitats f>ere'8 moh
habitats In dls roo than anywhere
else In der United States'"
.„?i" a". A,Iantic c,ty Pier, gazing
sadly out over the blue water, a vet
eran of the Civil war talked about
the late General Sickles (
A good man." he said, "a brave
man but a most theatrical one. in
the black tragedy of his youth, he was
kind to his wife, but something
marred, something vitiated his kind
°e"~' thlnk It was theatrlcallsm—
and the poor young woman died two
'e'ri after he took her back.
"Once, at an army reunion. I heard
8 cklee rebuke a man who was run-
n ng down wives and mnrriages
Sickles said with a queer amile a
«M lfloant smile, perhaps:
" 'Ah. Jim, the trouble with the
average married man Is that he
doesn't know what a jewel his wife Is
till he comes to put her In a casket' "
bad a bad stomach Z2
mteeryaM the time. I could not do my
housework or walk any distance without
*re t pain. I tried doctor*'
medicines and different "
cinea but failed to get relief M*«-
pound and hi two weeks I could eat anv-
J1*' "bo a healthy bataT
and walk a loag distance without feebtw
Ve«tahle°*r h,8h,L'reconunand your
Vegetable Compound to women who
auffer aa I did, and you are nt Hbertv to
iue this letter. "—Mr*. ChaWSlJ!
ley, r. 8, Camming, Ga.
^ Western Oust
AllMrta. have produced woo-
I derful yields of WlMat, Oatm.
J B.rU, ,nd Flu. Wheat smdrd
' mriihOXt, tncl *° No 1
and ytold^ ttmm 20
pwracrr; 22 bushcli W «
, about thetotafavFrage. Miaad Farm. I
t . f CDnaidered fully aa Drofi« I
wuSt*" F^iVhl Cll0nV""ml'C"m*,e I
-<UTm, .Foc tt>« homerteadar. the man
inv«J^? Jmrm ««ens4vely. or the]
v««or. Canada dim the Uageat oZ
| portuntfy of any place an thee ntinent.
. Apply tor descriptive literature ,
| reduced railway rates to
i . Immigration,
r Ottawa. Canada, or to
ta* w. eth Street
Kenaee City, Me.
■ - Canadian i
■Government Agent I
Keep It In Your •table,
external uae on horses nothing
tkat we know of equals Hanford's Hal
■am. Many trainer* use it a* a leg
w*sh because it keeps the skin in fine
condition and ahould cure lameness
Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh i* Itself
an antiseptic and the uae of aay otker
ramedy before applying It ia unnecee-
Right and Left Hande.
If our right band 1* not to know
wkat our left doe*, it must not be be-
«nu*o it would be aahamed if it did —
"I have come to ask for the hand
of your daughter." announced the
w. 'i!fcVe * cbalr " BaW her 'other,
kindly. -J presume you have made an
estimate of what it will cost to keep
my daughter in the style to which she
has been accustomed?"
"I have, sir."
"And your figures?"
"Ten thousand dollsrs a year."
"I'm sorry, my boy," said the older
man. "but I cannot afford to throw
away 2.000 a year. Another auilor
11 he can do It for $8,000."
for fresh outs apply iiacford a bal-
hu1/ !h b*"*r 10 h0*,"", than rich,
hut there s no reason why a man
can't be both.
"Hunf aCurc" iaguar-
antecd to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It in
compounded for that
P°'P°* and your money
will be promptly refunded
if Hunt's Cute fails to cum
Itch, Bcsema, Tetter, Ring
; — Worm or any other Skin
^t>ur druggiat's, or by
DAISY FLT KILLER ^ STtSS; 5
•saae. La all
••ai*a. aada al
ormr, will >nt M| m
AII deal ere or ««a«
IF YOI) HAVE^
fbr proud flesh u*o Hanford* Bah
tat of Myrrb. Adv.
JnU yialtor—You any that a love for
brought you here, my maa?
-T«' ®> m. pocket book*.
^■waUowiag hia prida aavar yot aat-
j*ad a aua'* hangar.
<Wy Ona "HOMO QCWffNB"
*w l>e nnhi, sell far fail aasM, «-a^rt-
Don't Poison Baby.
You Look Prematurely Oid
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