The Geary Booster (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1915 Page: 3 of 10
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THE GEARY BOOSTER. GEARY. OKLA.
hnd Sliced Dried Beef
Both contain lets heat producing
properties than heavy meat*.
Try them (or summer luncheons
and picnic tidbits.
Libby, McNeill a Libby
haul ea libby'i at
C., C_l« ■Icetrto Ught plant; boalnaes wlu:
r«r MM .tuna Inrt-itlgatloB. S.i 4 , IV
The 8umming Up.
"Which nations do you think are
going to win in the war?"
"Well, as to that, I think they all
have a fighting chance."
00 NOT HESITATE
To Us* Cutieura on Skln-Tortursd
Babies. Trial Frse.
KILL VERMIN ON CHICKENS
Liberal Application of Sulphur Should
Be Made Boon After Hen Haa
■eon Qlven Her Eggs.
It Is bad business to have to catch
the chlckena and hen to kill lice after
they have left the nest, when the rem-
edy can be applied with so little trou-
ble before hatching begins.
A week or ten days after the hen
haa been given her clutch of eggs
sprlakle them and the whole of the
A hot bath with Cutieura Soap and
gentle application of Cutieura Oint-
ment at once relieve, permit rest and
aleep and point to speedy healment
of eczemas, rashes, itchings and irrl-
tations of Infants and children even*
in severe cases.
Sample each free by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cutieura, Dept. XT,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
Covering Cream Cana.
A great part of the value of keeping
cream cool on the farm and at the
station or creamery is lost if the
cream is exposed to the direct rays of
the sun while being hauled from the
farm to the point of sale. Far too
few people stop to realize the impor-
tance of covering their cream cans
when bringing them in to town. Ex-
pensive jacketed cans are not a nec-
essity to keep the cream cool. In
summer weather just an ordinary
piece of wet burlap thrown over the
cans will keep the temperature of the
cream as much as 20 degrees below
what it would rise to if left uncovered
while being transported over the av-
erage hauling distance.
For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the
country that a great many women have escaped serious op-
erations by taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com-
pound, and it is true.
We are permitted to publish in this announcement
extracts from the letters of five women. All have been
recently received unsolicited. Could any evidence be
FIXEO IT IN HER MEMORY
News From the Front.
Vicar (who had called to read a let-
ter to one of his parishioners from her
son at the front)—Your son, Mrs. Cod-
ling, has been fighting in the trenches.
For a whole week he was standing up
to his neck in water!
Mrs. Codling—Well. I never! This
war is doing some funny things, sir,
to be sure. We couldn't gat 'im to put
water anywhere near 'is neck when 'e
wos at 'ome!—London Tit-Bits.
Dusting Hen Before Setting to Kill
nest and the straw for a little dis-
tance around it with the sulphur when
the hen is off.
The night following dust the nen
herself by lantern light. Disturb her
just enough to make her bristle her
feathers and then dust sulphur well
down to their roots. This treatment
will not injure the ben in the least,
nor the chickens when they are
The chickens should be dusted once
or twice after they are hatched One
cupful of sulphur will be enough for
both applications. Tobacco, snuff,
grease and carbolic powder, etc., are
not equal to sulphur for killing lice.
The dust bath for laying hens should
have a quarter of a pound of sulphur
well mixed through the dust.
The bro6der and the coops before
being used should be fumigated and
the boxes given a coat of hot lime
"You ought to see my new flat."
"Any special features?"
"Well, I should say. A folding stove
and a built-in piano.'
Lots of girls put on airs, even the
air of innocence.
IT 8LUGS HARD.
Cotfee a Sure and Powerful Bruiser.
"Let your coffee slave be denied his
cup at its appointed time! Headache—
6ick stomach—fatigue. I know it all
in myself, and have seen It in others.
Strange that thinking, reasoning be-
ings will persist in its use," says a To-
He says further that be did not be-
gin drinking cofTee until he was twen-
ty years old, and that slowly it began
to poison him, and affect his hearing
through his nervous system.
"Finally, I quit coffee and the condi-
tions slowly disappeared, but one cold
morning the smell of my wife's coffee
was too much for me and I took a
cup. Soon I was drinking my regular
allowance, tearing down brain and
herves by the daily dose of the nefa-
"Later, I found my breath coming
hard, had frequent fitB of nausea, and
then I was taken down with bilious
"Common sense came to me, and I
quit coffee for good and went back to
Postum. I at once began to gain
and have had no returns of my bilious
symptoms, headache, dizziness or ver-
"I now have health, bright
thoughts, and added weight, where be-
fore there was Invalidism and the
"My brother quit coffee because of
Its effect on his health and now uses
Postum. He could not stand the nerv-
ous strain while using coffee, but keeps
well on Postum." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich.
Postum comes In two forms:
Postum Cereal—the original form-
must be well boiled. 15c and 25c pack-
Instant Poetum—a soluble powder-
dissolves quickly In a cup of hot wa-
ter, and with cream and sugar, makes
a delicious beverage Instantly. 30c
and 50c tins.
Both kinds are equally delicious d
eost about the same per cup.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
r—sold by (frooers.
FOWLS REQUIRE SOME SHADE
Easy Matter to Grow Something Along
8lde of House to Provide Pro-
tection From 8un.
Fowls that are deprived of shade in
summer often fall victims to sunstroke
and diarrhea from overheating. Some
shade should be provided. The house
is always too hot for their comfort if
it is their only defense against the
fierce rays of the summer sun. It is
an easy matter to grow something
against the west and south side to
provide extra protection.
A house that has vines or tall plants
growing againBt one end and partially
shading the roof will be several de-
grees cooler than one bare to the sun.
Boards collect and radiate a lot more
heat than green growing things. It
makes little difference what you use.
Castor beans grown under the protec-
tion of a slatted crate until too big
for the fowls to destroy will prove
good shade. Big branches broken
from trees will help on very hot days.
If you can do nothing better lay
some branches or stones on the roof
of the house and spread old carpet
or horse blankets over them. It will
greatly reduce the heat inside the
house during the heat of the day. Shut
out the sfln and allow some opening
on the side away from the sun for
free circulation of air. The fowls
will seek their shelter during the hot
part of the day and show their appre-
ciation by greater vigor and health
when the trying period is over.
Many so-called cases of cholera In
hot weather are nothing more than In-
digestion from the ravages of hot
weather during which they had in-
adequate protection against the heat
IIoDaDON, Mb.—"I had pains In both Bides and such a soreness
_• I could scarcely straighten up at times. My back ached and I
was so nervous I could not Bleep, and I thought I never would be
2Shklbyville, Ky.—*1 suffered from a severe female trouble.
• My right side hurt me badly — it was Anally decided that I
must be operated upon. When tny husband learned this he got a
bottle of Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and after
taking it a few days I got better and continued to improve until I
am now welL"—Mrs. Mollus Smith, 1LF.D, Shelbyville, Ky.
| Ingenious Method by Which Lawrence
Hutton Cured Waitress of Her
The late Lawrence Hutton used to
say that having to take a little trou-
ble would impress a fact on anyone's
memory so that he would never ts
able to forget It. In Illustration he
would tell this Btory:
"Our waitress, Maggie, could never
remember to put the salt on the table,
and time after time Mrs. Hutton would
remind her to do It. One morning It
was absent, as usual, and 1 said. 'Mag-
gie. where is the stepladder?"
" 'It's in the pantry, sir."
" 'Please bring it in. Maggie,' I said,
"Maggie brought It in with a look
of wonder on her face.
" 'Put It right beside the table.' I
commanded; and when she had done
so I added. 'Now. I want you to climb
up to the top of It, look all over the
(able and see if there is any salt
"Maggie never forgot the salt
A woman from the South visiting
New York for the first time was much
agitated when, after being conveyed
through the Hudson tube, she found
herself in another subway. Hushing
up to a knowing looking individual,
she asked, in an agitated tone:
"Sir, do please tell me where la
"I.ady," said he, with the utmost
gravity, "It's right at the top of those
stairs."— Harper's Magazine.
A TIP FOR
You can help your Stom-
ach back to a normal condi-
tion, induce liver activity
and bowel regularity by
careful diet and proper ex-
ercise, to which you r.hould
add the toning and strength-
ening qualities to be found
in a fair trial of
A new telephone receiver la so
small that It can be Inaerted into the
ear Instead of being held against IL
experienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a new per*
and can do a hard day's work and not mind it."—Mrs. Ada Wilt,
803 Walnut St, Ilanover, Pa.
• i Dbcatutu III.—"I was sick in bed and three of the best physi-
cians said I would have to be taken to the hospital for an oper-
ation as I had something growing in mv left Bide. I refused to sub-
mit to the operation and took Lydia E. llnkham's Vegetable Com-
pound—and it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other women
what it has done for me."—Mrs. Laura A. Griswold, 2437 East
William Street, Decatur, I1L
5 Cleveland, Ohio.—"I was -very irregular and for several years
• my side pained me so that I expected to have to undergo an op-
eration. Doctors said they knew of nothing that
would help me. I took Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege- (
table Compound and I became regular and free
from pain. I am thankful for sucn a good medi-
cine and will always give it the highest praise."—
Mrs. C. H.Griffith, 1568 Constant St., Cleveland,O.
Wrlte to LTDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. 1
I.ady- What will you charge me for
the use of a horse and buggy tor a few
Liveryman It will cost you two dol-
lars for the first hour and one dollar
for each additional hour.
Lady—Well, I'll use for two addi-
tional hours. I've got some shopping
to do and will not require It for the
HO MORE RLDE WASHDAYS
U« KING NAPHTHA-y«/Jo«
Pure and economical laundry soap.
Use In cold or tepid wter; don't cook
For those who desire a strictly hl^h
grade toilet and bath soap we offer out
WATER LILY SOAP
(CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice,
tter will be opened, read and answered
man and held in strict confidence.
by a woman
"I'd like a stylish loan."
"What kind is that?"
"One which is V-shaped."
large sites. Adv.
Everything comes more quickly to
those who refuse to wait.
It floats; and Is a big value for S cents.
Sweetly scented. We share profits
with you—valuable—useful premiums
—FREE for wrappers.
Send for free catalogue.
PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING CO.
Tutt'e PUU keep tha ay item In perfect order.
Thay regulate tha bowel* and produce
A VIGOROUS BODY.
Remedy for «lck headache, conitlpatton.
Why Suffer With Pellagra?
Baughn'e Improved Pellagra Remedy will
cure you. It haa cured and la now curing
others. It la not an experiment. Our bind-
ing guarantee la back of It. You run no rla)t.
Let ua tell you all about It. naiighn'a Im-
proved Pellagra Item. Co.. Carbon Hill, Aim.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 38-1915.
The National Women's Life-Saving
league announces that with the open-
ing of the coming indoor season they
will inaugurate a now branch of work
in the form of a Junior branch for girls
under the age of Bixteen. No child
will be considered too young to learn
the rudiments of swimming, and prac-
tically all of the crack swimmers of
the league have promised their aid to
Miss K. F. Mehrtens, its president, in
developing the younger members.—
New York Evening Post.
GROWTH OF GEESE HASTENED
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing il is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents. Adv.
Regiment of Renown.
The Sixetieth rifles, for which Sir
Herbert Raphael is recruiting an
"Arts and Crafts ilattalion," is better
known by its old name than as the
King's Royal Rifle corps. Next to the
Quards it Is the most sought after of
infantry regiments, and has always
a number of famous names on its mus-
ter. No regiment has a finer list of
battle honors. — Loudon Evening
Clsansss the Wounds.
For Injuries from rusty nails or any
other external hurts, apply Hanford's
Ualsam. It should kill any germs,
cleanse the wound and remove sore-
ness. Then quick healing will follow.
FIGHTING AT SHORT RANGE
Italian Soldiers Persist In Using the
Rifle and Disregard "Useful-
ness" of Bayonet.
Among the Italian troops fighting In
the Isonsia region are those from Cor-
ica, Sardinia and the south of Italy.
These, when hand-to-hand fighting
comes, throw away their rifles with
their bayonets, and drew their dag-
gers, assailing their man at close bod-
ily quarters. They cannot be taught
to use the knife or bayonet on the
rifle: they want a knife in their hand
and their hand on their enemy. The
old centuries-long use of the knife and
stiletto cannot be overcome. And
this doubtless is an inheritance. The
Romans fought all their wards hand-
to-hand with knives or short swords.
The infantry line which was the main
reliance in all battles advanced and
threw the pilum, which was a short,
heavy spear, that at thirty paces went
like a rifle shot an<f small buttering
ram combined. After this one dis-
charge the men drew their swords or
knives and advanced to a bodily con-
test. shield against shield, with cut and
thrust to decide. And the Romans
had a maxim that "the nation that
shortens Its swords, lengthens Its
boundaries." It has been noted In this
year of war that there is a return In
many ways to old methods. The use
of hand grenades Is one illustration,
making real the old term grenadiers
who were originally foot soldiers who
threw grenades. The French now
give preference to the bayonet as the
deciding factor in an assault, after
the cannonade and rifle Are. The Her-
mans prefer the rifle. Now we have
these Italians going farther back to
the hand knife of whatever kind. In
our own army a new bayonet like the
Philippine bolo lias been adopted, in-
stead of the present sword bayonet.
It makes an all-round knife for many
purposes and can be used like the
South American machete for cutting
and hewing in domestic requirements
as well as for warfare.
10c Worth of
Will Clear $1.00 Worth of Land
Get rid of the stumps and grow
big crops on cleared land. Now
is the time to clean up your farm
while products bring high prices. Blasting is
quickest, cheapest and easiest with Low Freez-
ing Du Pont Explosives. They work in cold
Writ* far Free Handbook of Exploit No. 99F.
mnd nam* of ntanmt dtaUr.
DU PONT POWDER COMPANY
A Coffee Pot almost as tall
as the Statue of Libertv]
Fowls Require Supply of Grssn Feed
and Plenty of Water sa Swimming
Pool During Summer.
Oeese require plenty of green food,
which they pluck from ths growing
plants, and plenty of water as a swim-
ming pool during the summer. Wbea
they have this, the old geese and duck-
lings that are past four weeks old. will
not need to be fed during the summer.
A feed of moistened meal once a day
hastens their growth, but where there
Is plenty of herbage, green and fresh,
from which they can pluck their food,
It will not be necesaary to feed them,
providing there Is plenty of water tor
them to awlm la.
When a doctor gives up hope he
1 summons the family. Whon a lawyer
glves'up hope he applies for a writ of
"There's something in this world be-
"Yes." said the cynic; "there's the
poorliouse."—Detroit Free Press.
Always proud to «how white clothes.
Bed Crow Ball lllue does make them
white. All grocers. Adv.
The stingy man who gives away the
things he can't use or sell, imagines
he h « a strangle hold on charity.
"That fellow had the nerve to tell
me to bant "
Oh. that was only his banter."
In the United States last year 10,-
175 new books were published, and
there were 1,833 new editions of old
It's no use In trying to convince a
mule that he is stubborn.
To brew all the Arbuckles' Coffee
used every week would require a
coffee pot almost aa tall aa the
Statue of Liberty — 305 feet high.
G«t • package of Arbucklee' Coffee,
either whole bean or ground, from your
grocer today. Learn why It le by far the
most popular coffee In America. A r buckle
atgnaturee are good lor premium*. Save
them. Write for our big free premium
Arbnckle Uroe., 71-ZS W
Street, New York.
You Look Prematurely Old
Nooum thee* ugly, grUxfy, grav halra. Uae "LA OMOU" MAIN MIMINI. MUM, IIM retail.
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