The Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 18, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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The Hallett Herald
J. E. MA80N.
NEW STATE NOTES.
Bonds for erecting a new high
school building have been voted vat
Watonga. As yet the site has not
The Oklahoma. Letter Carriers' as*
sociatlon, which adjourned at Gsthrie
last week, chose McAlester as the
place for the next annual meeting.
TRAMP KNEW HUMAN NATURE I There's more strength
in a bowl of
Seven prisoners were sentenced to
terms in the state penitentiary from
the district court at Muskogee last
Two hundred and fifty dentists at-
tended the annual meeting off the
Oklahoma State Dental association
which held a three days' session at
Tulsa last week.
The Wichita mountains have de-
velbped a new industry. George D,o-
ste of Cache, has established a lime
kiln and is turning out 1,000 pounds
as an experiment.
Simple Stratagem That Secured for
"Knight of tho Road" a Sub-
A clever little bit of human natura
waa used by a "knight of the road" re-
cently on a matron living In a suburb
of Pittsburg, and as a result he slept
with a full stomach that night
The suburb is quite small, and when
the tramp dropped off a freight and
ambled up the main street he was quite
hungry. There were about ten houses
which gave fair chance of meals, and
the tramp lost no time. He was not
surprised when the first housewife
slammed the door in his face, nor the
second, for that was natural and the
proper thing to do. But when he
reached the ninth house, or rather was
helped away, he was thoroughly dis-
gusted. The town certainly had him
After a short rest and a deep think
the hungry one knocked at the door
of the tenth house.
"Madam, can you let a hungry man
have a bite to eat? I don't think you
can, though," he said. The woman
opened her ears.
"Why can't I?" she Inquired.
"The woman next door said you
didn't have enough for yourself."
He got his meal.
than in the same
quantity or the same
value of any other
food you can cat.
GOOD DINNER THAT MAY Bl PRB*
PARED AT SMALL COST.
Net the Reply He Kxpected.
"Do yon object to smoking?" he
"Not at all. Hare you a cigarette r
■ ■ . S3
Packed In regular size packages, and In
hermetically sealed tins for hot cll-
What Prof. Shaw, the Wall-Known A art.
eulturfat, Says Ahem Hi
Recipes by Which to Prepare Nutri-
tious and Tasty Dishes That Will
Tempt Any Appetite—Excel-
lent Beef Stew.
I would sooner rala* eattla In Western
_ Canada than in the oorn bait of
the United States. Feed
Ixonr market will im-
prove faatar than ronr
eappliea. Wheat can be
I frown tip to the (0th par-
allel (SO mile* north of
the International bound-
The case against Governor Charles
N. Haskell, In which he is charged
with an alleged conspiracy to pro-
cure Muskogee town lots fraudulently,
will be tried at McAlester September
Oklahoma City bank clearings for
the month of May total $9,792,004,
which is an intfrease of $3,241,000
over toe month of May for last year
and an increase of $5,721,000 over
Ada boasts of having the finest rad-
ishes of any section In the state. G.
B. Dismakes raised some radishes
this year that averaged- over twelve
inches in length and six Inches in
The Kansa.t, Oklahoma & Panama
railroad has been granted a charter.
Application for the charter was made
some ten days ago, but was held up I
at that time In order to determine
which of ttoo eastern capitalists
should go on the directorate.
Need of Beds for Consumptives.
The National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis
says that In seven states, Alabama,
Idaho, Montana, Nevada. Oklahoma,
Wyoming and Utah, with a combined
population of over 5,000,009, not one
bed for consumptives has been pro-
vided. In nine states and territories,
Alaska, Delaware, Florida, Kansas,
Mississippi, South Carolina, South Da-
kota, Vermont and West Virginia, the
numb§r of bods for consumptitves In
t-ach case Ig less than fifty, while the
combined population of these states is
over 7,000,000. On the basis of 400
deaths .*o a million of population,
which Is approximately the present
rate in the United States, there would
be nearly 5,000 deaths annually from
tuberculosis in these 14 states, with at
least 20,000 cases of this disease all
the time, and less than 500 beds to
care for them.
aril. Your vaoant land
| will be taki
ilfbf "taken At • rate
Bjond prwent cobcod-
beyond preaent con
tlon.' hare -—
homes to Uk« «ap this land." Haul/
■■ ■« wam^ aa (i tuia ibuu. ft Mil/
will enter and nmke their home*
In Wmtorn Canada tlile year.
1909 produced another larra
"mwii, imis auu wanr
In addition to whlch the catt
rxmirta waa in Immense Item.
I Cattle retains, dairying, mixed
farming and grain growing in the
province* orStm.lioba, Saskat-
chewan and A Hurt*.
f ree homeatoad and pre emo-
tion areaa. aa well aa laada held
J '•llyaraad land ormpanlea, will
provide honiee fur mil I Iona.
Adaptable anil, hrnlthful ell-
mute. aplen.liil m lioola and
churchea, and rood railway*.
For eettlera' ratea, deecriptlre
liti>rature "Laat float Weet," bow
to reach the eotititrv and other per-
ticalara, write to Bnp't of Imml.
nation. Ottawa, Canada, or to the
Uoadiaa Oorenuueiit Agent.
J. S. CRAWFORD
He. 12S W. Ninth Street, lain City. It
(Use add rem neareit yoa). (I,
'Do you mean to tell me you enjov
'Yes," answered the philosophic citi-
zen. "I get more transportation for
my money when I buy a railway
On the recommendation of Repre-
sentative Creager, a board of pension
examining surgeons has been estab-
lished at Weleetka, composed of Doc-
tors J. M. Pemlberton, F. E. Hils-
meyer and J. D. Scott.
Negotiations have been consum-
mated for the location of a glass fac-
tory at Okmulgee. Lots were sold
at one dollar down and fifty cents a
week to raise money to purchase a
site for the factory.
i HOSTETTER'S i
Secretary Ballinger, of the interior
department has called upon congress
to appropriate $6,000 out of tribal
funds now in the treasury to set aside
conveyances of Indian lands in the
eore eyea.*uaa I Thompson's Eyo Wator
r I 1 'lirilHIlT
A Cynical 8ynonym.
"Poor Myra Kelley," said a maga-
zine editor at the Authors' olub in
New York, "was almost as distressed
as Mr. Carnegie at the spirit ef graft
and crookedness rampant among us.
"The young writer, at a dinner of
magazine contributors, said that we
worshiped wealth—that waa our trou-
ble. Then she crystallized ker mean-
ing in an anecdote.
"She said that one man asksd an-
" 'What position does Blank hold in
'"A very -honorable position,' was
"Is he wealthy!'
" 'Wealth and honor,' said the other,
'are synonymous terms in America to-
The Salvation Army at Tulsa has
appealed to the city commissioners
to give it a tract of land In the city
cemetery in which to bury paupers.
The argument put forth by the lead-
ers of the army, 18 that the army, be-
ing a charitable organization, ig not
able to buy land.
A number of citizens of Bartlesville
filed a complaint with the corpora-
tion commission stating that the Pio-
neer Telephone company Is about to
raise its telephone rates in that city
and asing the corporation commit
■Ion to take the matter in hand and
Nora Wilson, aged 25, who has bocn
running a rooming house at Ardmore
ended her life by swallowing carbolic
The report of Game Wardw Askew
covering the month of May, flird with
the secretary of state, shows fines
collected for violations of the game
laws of $45 and S01 resident licenses
A new process has been Installed
at the water plant for purifying the
city water at Chickasha, iron and
lime are thrown ln the reservoirs as
coagulants for the purpose of set*
tllng and ridding th* water of th*
C. W. Ruckman, Indian farmer, of
Watonga, who has for several years
had supervision over the Indian farm-
«rs. will be transferred to some other
P°lnt. An experienced farmer will
be placed in charge of the Indians at
a salary of $1,300 a year
The fact that Hostett-
er's Stomach Bitters has
helped thousands of sickly
people back to health during
the past 56 years should
convince you that it is the
medicine you need for lodi-
rfestion & Stomach Ills.
'1 tell you," said one man to an-
other aa they emerged from the dimly
lighted corridor of a concert hall, "I
envy that fellow who was singing."
"Envy him!" echoed the other.
"Well, if I were going to envy a sing-
er I'd select somebody with a better
voice. His was about the poorest I
"It's not his voice I envy, man,"
was the reply. "It's his tremendous
courage."—Ladies' Home Journal.
Beef Stew With Lima Beane.
_ _ Cabbage .Salad,
Bread and Butter. Rice and Whole Mil
Potato Soup.—Two medium sized
potatoes, one small onion, one medium
sized carrot, one tablespoonful ot
dried fine bread crumbs, one table-
spoonful of butter, salt and pepper to
taste, and three cupfuls of boiling
water. Slice potatoes and carrot very
thin, mince onion, add water, and boll
three-quarters of an hour. Mash vege-
tables, add bread crumbs, butter, salt
and pepper, boll five minutes longer,
divide ln four portions, and serve to
heated soup plates. Cost, 6 cents.
Beef Stew with Lima Beans.—One
pound of fresh plate beef, one bay
leaf, one whole clove, one slice of
onion (reserved from soup), three cup-
| fuls of boiling water, salt and pepper
j to taste. Cut beef ln Inch cubes and
brown ln deep Iron skillet or pot Add
! water and seasoning and simmer
| slowly for two hours, then add lima
beans prepared as follows: Soak one-
[ half pound of lima beans overnight
Pour off water and look over care-
j fully. Add boiling water to cover and
simmer three hours, adding more
water If necessary, but allowing the
beans to become rather dry at the end
of three hours. They should retain
their shape, but be well cooked. Add
•alt and pepper to taste and pour
beans Into beef stew and slmmei all
ten mlnuf.es longer. Remove beef to
hot platter and pour beans around.
Garnish with thin strips of cabbage,
using an outside green leaf. Cosi:
One pound of plate beef, 8 cents;
beans, 4 cents; condiments, 1 cent;
total, 13 cents.
Cabbage Salad.—Crisp one small
cabbage well in cold water for an
hour. Chop fine and add salad dress-
ing Just before serving. Salad dress-
ing: One-half cupful of vinegar, one-
half teaspoonful of salt, one-fourth tea-
spoonful of pepper, one-half teaspoon-
ful of dry mustard, one teaspoonful of
sugar, and one teaapoonful of flour.
Mix dry ingredients, then mix them
well with vinegar. Boil slowly for
Ave minutes. Chill and add to cab-
bage at time of serving. Total cost.
Rice and Whole Milk.—Wash one
cupful of broken rice in several
waters. Add one quart of boiling
water and one teaspoonful of salt Boll
rapidly one-half hour, occasionally
shaking pan. Rinse four cups ln cold
water and All them with rice. Let rice
become very cold and unmold on In-
dividual plates Just before serving.
Pour over milk and sugar to taate.
Total cost, 8 cents
Reserve one-half cupful of milk
from pint, heat very hot, and serve
with cottee. Serve this dinner daintily
and ln courses.
The Drink of Qnality
The Texatont Boy
AT FOUNTAINS AND IN BOTTLM.
rtXATOHH COMPANY DALLAS, TUX AS
When our names are blotted out,
and our place knows us no more, the
energy of each social service will re-
W. L. DOUGLAS
•S, *4, <3.80, *3, *2.S0 A <2
FOR 30 YEAR8.
Millions of men wear
W L. Douclaa ahoea be-
came thay are the low-
eat pricaa, quality con-
aide rad. in the world.
Made upon honor.of the
boat leathers, b the
moat alt i I led workmen,
in all the lateat laahiona.
W L. Doutlaa $8.00
and (4.00 ehoae equal
Cuatom Bench Work
coatiac >5.00 to $8.00.
Soys Shot$. tS.f2.60d$2
W u Douglas
Qll name and
jrnar.nt*e. their ralue by tumping
Nothing Too Good
for you. That's why we want you
to take CASCARBT3 for liverS
bowels. It's not advertising talk-
but merit—the (Teat, wonderful.
lasting merit of CASCAkiiTS that
we want you to know by trial. Then
you'll havt faith—and join the mil-
lions who k'eep well by CASCA-
RETS alone. e
CASCARRTS toe e bo* for a week's
(realmenl all druggists. Biggest aeller
tu« "<"14. MUUoa boita • month,
On Properly Selected Food. It Pays
If parents will give Just a little in.
.telllgent thought to the feeding of
their children the difference In the
health of the little folks will pay,
many times over, for the email trouble.
A mother writes saying: "Our chil-
dren are all so much better and
stronger than they ever were before
we made a change In the character of
the food. We have quit using pota-
toes three times a day with coffee
and to much meat
"Now we give the little folks some
fruit, either fresh stewed, or canned,
■ some Grape-Nuts with cream, occa-
sionally some eoft boiled eggs, and
some Postum for breskfast and sup-
per. Then for dinner they have some
meat and vegetables.
"It would be hard to realize the |
change In the children', they have
grown so sturdy and strong, and we
attribute this change to the food ele- i
ments that, I understand, exist la '
Grape-Nuts and Postum.
"A short time ago my baby was
teething and had a great deal of stom-
ach and bowel trouble. Nothing
eeemed to agree with him until I tried
Grape-Nuts softened and mixed with
rich milk, and he Improved rapidly and
got eturdy and well."
Read "The Road to Wellvllle," found
la pkgs "There's a reason."
Ever read the above letter? A we
e.e appeara frnn. time te time. They
uTuT!" **"*• k>BU
One-half cup butter. 1^ cups sugar
three eggs, two heaped cups sifted
flour, two rounded teaspoons baking
powder, one teaspoon orange extract,
one-half cup water. Rub the butter la
a warm bowl until creamy. Add the
sugar gradually and the eggs whols.
one at a time. Mix the baking pow-
der with the flour. Add this to the
egg mixture, ln alternation with the
water. Hake ln three layers and fill
with raisin filling.—Mary J. Lincoln.
One and one-half cups sugar, one
and one-half tablespoonfuls of 'flow
In a little water, two tablespoonfuls
vinegar, a little grated nutmeg and a
pinch of salt. Pour over this mixture
one and one-half pints boiling water
and boll ten minutes; Just before ta-
king from the stove add a dessert-
spoonful of butter.
Flower Cske Decoration..
If >ou desire a beauUful decoraUoa
for a white cake, secure fresh violets
from your garden or the florist, says
th*> Woman a Home Companion. Make
a sirup of sugar and wster. Dip the
violets carefully Into this and put aside
on a platter to harden. If yOU are
careful to let the sirup hair before
dipping the flowers, they will in a few
moments be ready to adorn the cake
Any small flowers may be treated la
tbls way. Arrange ln a wreath or
P||FF 8end P°stal tor
Better and more economical
than liquid aatlaeptlea
FOR ALL TOILET USES.
1 TOILET ANTISEPTIC
Gives on* a swaot breath; dean, whilst
germ-free teeth—antieeptically clean
mouth and throat—purifies the farenth
after smoking—dispels all disagreeable
perspiration and body odors—moch ap-
preciated by dainty women. A quick
remedy for eora eyes and catarrh.
A little Paitine powder dis-
solved in a glass of hot «
stakes a delightful antuepbe w-
lution, pouewng extreordkanr
cleansing, germicidal and heal-
ing power, and absolutely ham-
lesa. Try • Sample. 50c. a
large bos at druggifti or bymaiL
TMS PAXTON TOILET OO., ■eeroM, NUas.
Can quickly be eeeicoae by
Purely yegrtable j
—ad surely aa
gendy oe the
n e . Cure
■w. and Indigestion. They do thai du*
8..U Pill. Small Dasa, S«al Mae.
GENUINE mut besr dgnatur*.
OLD SORES CURED
The Wily Dealer.
Indignant Customer—"| want to r*
turn this jewel box. It's not Ivory, as!
represented." Dealer (musingly)—
"Now, I wonder If It can be poeelbla
that elephant bad falae teeth."—Cleve-
"Owen Flannagan I Are you Owea
Flannagan?" said tho clerk of the
eourt "Yes, begorra," replied the
prisoner, with a merry twinkle ln his
eye. "I'm owln' everybody."—Tl -
1 T"nf*i,,ir",ulii"a1 aHcMM. rterra,In-
(tolrnt l lr«ra.Mrr< arUI t li rra, WhiteNwrlt-
IUK. MIIla Ik. I r e r Hurea. allMm. I'-Kl.-l, ..
MS*. *>mIIM*. J V AU.KN In vi.A2.at.FSul.miin.
PATENT * '* T,",r may brine joe
> R I bN | M Jl<Hik Ires Mai utflL
SlUseraid acv..i'al.AU i. Hoi K.WaaiilncUin.lt.C.
Equals DEERE IMPLEMENTS
■'"i VELIE VEHICLES
Ask yoqr dealer, or
JOHN DEERE PLOW CO., Okl.hom.Cf>,
LOWIST PRICKS EASY PAVMKNTS
You cannot afford to experiment with
untried goods Bold by commission
agents. Catalogues free.
aa JHJ B"u"«*'C«-BALKE-COLLniOER CO.
M W. Mala Street. Oast. B, Oklahoma City, Okla.
TINTS AND AWNINQS
WalBrl^oof Paulina, or an? kind of Canru
Oooda. Full welirht O00.U. Flrat elaaa
eonatruetlun. Prltea Right.
MTIS MANUFACTURING COMMIT
........ ,®«>.aHoia«ci Y
13 W.Csllfornla One-half Block West Santa Fi Basel
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Mason, J. E. The Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 18, 1910, newspaper, June 18, 1910; Hallett, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180251/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.